Hill Country Daily Bread

Rating: 4.88 stars   16 reviews


234 W Bandera Rd #133 140 Industrial Dr Boerne TX 78006 USA


HCDBM serves the community in poverty and need by mobilizing our Partner Outreach Ministry volunteers (including over 84 churches and community partners) to share resources and training to support those in poverty. HCDBM provides direct and effective personal assistance (a Family and Student Mentor Volunteer) that attacks the underlying problems of generational and situational poverty by providing one to one personal relationships that grow in faith. HCDB provides resources and opportunites for life changing relationships that transform individual lives through the loving provision of our Lord Jesus Christ.


The Resource Program Grocery Box: Twice a month canned food, bread, deserts, non-perishables and produce are delivered to the homes of families and individuals in need, by family mentors from our Chruch Outreach Partners, embraching over 900 familes and over 2800 individuals within the greater Hill Country community. Resource Connection: Clothing/Furniture and Household items are provided to families in our programs with specific needs.Hill Country Baby & Silver Crown: Babies, toddlers, elderly and disabled individuals are provided with diapers, Depends and wipes so as to alleviate health hazards caused by lack of resources. The Thanksgiving Box: A complete Thanksgiving dinner is provided and delivered to all families within our programs by their Church Outreach Family Mentor volunteer. Christmas Toy/Easter Basket Projects: Families are supplied with seasonal gifts to give to their children. Kingdom Kids Club: Christian Books and Bibles, inspirational books and literary materials are provided to each child every other month(for over 1800 children), distributed and followed up by our Church Outreach Family Mentor. WE CAN! Student Mentoring Program: Provides at-risk youth with one-to-one long-term relationships with Christian Mentors, that lead to educational success and a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Volunteer Ministry and "Cross" Training: Adult and youthful (ages 6 to 18) are provided with the means to give of themselves to those in need. Training seminars in evangelism, generational poverty and family mentorship to accompany their participation in leadership and service opportunities through their envolvement in our projects are also provided to over 800 community volunteers.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Since 2006, I have been a donor, family mentor volunteer and I also contract with HCDBM as their Development Consultant. This Ministry has helped me become closer to the Lord God though my hands on experience with the HCDBM mission. HCDBM helps those who are in poverty and crisis with one to one family mentoring. Each client is provided with a relationship with a volunteer family mentor who brings provisions to each family in the form of food, clothing, household goods. Most importantly HCDBM Family Mentors bring a loving, patient relationship that provides hope and faith that brings the family up and out of poverty and into self sustainability.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

that I was a family mentor for two years and assisted five families become self sustaining. As a family mentor, I was the resource for families in crisis and poverty by bringing them HCDBM resources as I also connected them to community and church assistance. This brought me into the lives of the families I served and made them my friends. I have been able to see their children thrive as the family became able to stand on their own.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

provide them with a larger facility with all the needed staff, warehouse space and volunteer training space so that HCDBM can provide assistance to more people in need. This is a wonderful Ministry that needs to grow because the need is growing daily.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have been a financial supporter of Hill Country Daily Bread Ministries for several years. I currently support several non profit organizations and none are more worthy of my financial support than HCDBM. I am delighted to have the opportunity to help them financially and will continue my support in the years ahead. There is not another ministry in the Hill Country that reaches as many people with needed food and clothing. HCDBM is in need of a larger facility to expand their operations. With much needed additional financial support they can fund a building project that will allow them to reach out to so many more people in need.

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Meeting the people that they have helped

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Help them build a new building

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Rating: 5 stars  

Hill Country Daily Bread is a wonderful organization that provides so much more than just food to their clients. Being faith based, they are much more focused on building relationships and effecting all areas of life as opposed to many other organizations that just provide a meal. I consider donating to Hill Country Daily Bread an excellent use of resources given to me by the Lord.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Seeing the lives of people living in poverty changed. I have spoken with individuals that were once receiving aid that are now volunteering and no longer in need of aid. That alone shows me great success.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Give them a larger warehouse for food storage, update their facility and provide them with drive in freezer space to make their freezer stocking less labor intensive.

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