Linda and Jim Jones continue to serve as volunteer co-directors of ACFS. The Joneses founded ACFS in 2012 by sharing food from the back of their pickup truck.

The volunteer staff sort, prep and distribute thousands of pounds of food each month. In September 2016, ACFS shared 2,100 bags of food weekly and a weeks worth of groceries with 1620 food insecure adults. ACFS needs your help to feed more of the 20,500 food insecure children in five counties in Central Alabama.

Annie O. works as a volunteer and is doing fund raising by giving a sock to every class in 17 schools to "Sock it to Hunger" in Alabama.

Local American Heritage girls with Double Oak Community Church received over 2000 pounds of food for ACFS in September 2016.

International recognition. A reporter from Osaka, Japan spent time at the ACFS warehouse learning how and why we assist food insecure children and the hunger in the area we live.

Marcus McClain (retired USAF) is one of hundreds of volunteers who share twenty or more hours each week.

Childersburg Middle School Future Business Leaders of America brought a team to assist with September food distribution.

Bob Wilson of Alabama Power Service Organization with Linda Jones. APSO donated two containers to free up space inside the 7,000 foot warehouse. Conn Crane transported the containers to ACFS property.

Food drives by local businesses, and churches are very helpful in providing food for the homeless and Senior citizens will low incomes.

Record amount of food and toys received during second annual Stuff the Bus food drive. WYEA 106.5 radio and other businesses sponsored the event.

Local school children in high schools get community service hours helping feed the food insecure in Central Alabama.

Jim and Linda Jones with Annie Ozment (ACFS spokes person) and Hank Erwin take a break from packing back packs. ACFS now serving 2200 kids each month.

Kids helping kids can be fun. ACFS encourages families to share their time and teach about giving and helping others.

Alabama Childhood Food was honored by the Greater Coosa Valley Chamber of Commerce as the Community/ Nonprofit of the Year 2018.

Kids helping their school mates.

ACFS received Non-profit of the year from local Chamber of Commerce