Showing Love to the Families in Brookville, OH

Showing love to our families in Brookville, Ohio at Plainview Open Bible Church this evening. Tonight 322 people received a wide selection of fresh produce, meats, bread, bakery and nonperishable food and pet food for their beloved pets. With God’s Grace provided 117 families with healthy meals for dinner. Tonight we had 24 volunteers that came out to help fight hunger in our community and show our families they are loved.

Short Notice for Mini Mobile

This evening With God’s Grace had a mini mobile in Vandalia. Our families were loaded up on wide selection of Fresh Produce and cases of Fresh Strawberries. Tonight 86 families has healthy produce for their families. We would like to thank Stebbins ROTC for coming out this evening and along with our other 11 volunteers on such short notice.

WDTN Reports: Food Pantry Fighting City of Dayton to Operate Wins Major Victory

Dayton city officials are ‘bending the law’ so With God’s Grace Food Pantry can legally operate after dozens of people in support of the pantry showed up to a zoning meeting Tuesday night.

The Dayton, Ohio – City Government initially ordered the pantry to shutdown, but With God’s Grace Executive Director Nicole Adkins refused and instead kept serving hundreds of families who were in need of food.

Now, she can do so legally.

Jordan Bowen WDTN has the full story please check out the link to learn more.…/27/local-food-pantry-stays-open-in-dayton/

Fox 45 Reports: Board of Zoning Appeals rules With God’s Grace can continue to Operate on Springfield St.

DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) – With God’s Grace mobile food pantry will officially stay open and continue to operate on Springfield Street thanks to a ruling by the Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday night.

Owner Nicole Adkins was served early on in January and summoned to make her case to the North East Land Use Board over a zoning discrepancy. Dayton zoning officials had claimed she didn’t have the specific zoning she needed to hold her Wednesday food distributions at her warehouse that feeds around 600 families at a time, and she was threatened with a fine and jail time.

After making her case to the board, they voted that she could keep her doors open, which the Board of Zoning Appeals then accepted with their vote Tuesday night.

Please click this link if you would like to follow more about the full story, ruling and pictures.