Food for Life's primary mission is “to bring about peace and prosperity 
 in the world through the liberal distribution of pure vegetarian 
 meals prepared with love.” 

 A 501(c)3 charity, Food for Life pursues its mission by providing organizational
 and operating support to its vegetarian hunger relief program and various
 related projects. Specifically, Food for Life assists these humanitarian efforts 
•Coordinating and expanding the distribution of vegan/vegetarian
 meals all over the region. 

•Producing promotional and training materials for the development of
 Food for Life projects in Mississippi and Louisiana. 

•Representing Food for Life to governments, the media, and the general public 
 through public lectures, newspaper articles, the Internet, and mail. 

•Promoting the time honored culture of hospitality throughout the world
•Raising funds on behalf of Food for Life and coordinating and sponsoring 
 emergency relief efforts conducted by Food for Life volunteers. 
 In its purest form, food has the innate ability to break down barriers and heal 
 body, mind and soul. Food for Life therefore serves only the purest of 
 food—food that is devoid of animal suffering, prepared with love and served 
 with love. Furthermore, recognizing that the ultimate solution to the problem 
 of hunger is the elimination of poverty, Food for Life not only provides direct 
 food distribution services, but also addresses, through its affiliate programs, 
 such diverse but related issues as education, environmental health and 
 sustainability, animal welfare, and health care. 
 Food for Life's mission flows from its core values of charity and respect for all 
 living things; its services, therefore, are provided without regard to race, creed,
 color, religion, sex, community, or nationality. 
 Food for Life's slogan is: “There is no greater gift.”

Food for Life has established a mobile catering service that not only serves to promote the many benefits of a plant-based diet, but will also provide a modern facility for large scale and efficient distribution of food to victims of disaster in the U.S., whenever the need  arises.

"Feeding the needy since 1969"