Daily Bread Ministries

In July 2012, we moved to our new 163,000 square foot warehouse on the Eastside of San Antonio. Here we gather donated food from local food sellers, catering businesses, produce markets, and farms. We have the ability to efficiently collect food resources in a timely manner and prepare them for redistribution through our central warehouse with the help of a large volunteer network. In 2014, DBM collected and redistributed roughly 6 million pounds of food and other basic necessities to its ministry partners. Our partners consist of halfway houses, inner city churches, children’s ministries, and other faith-based nonprofits. We provide these precious resources, free of charge, to our partners to use as a tool in ministering to those in need.
Daily Bread Ministries
Daily Bread MinistriesThursday, May 11th, 2017 at 4:19am
THANK YOU! This past weekend our group of volunteers packaged 1,350 pounds of beans and sorted 1,500 pounds of household goods!!!

Volunteers allow us to operate on a day to day basis and we couldn't do it without your help!!!

We are always looking for volunteers! (individuals, small groups, large groups, youth groups, team building functions, etc.)

Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Ty Magby, for more information.Ty@dbmsa.org or 210-278-2257.
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Daily Bread MinistriesSaturday, May 6th, 2017 at 1:55am
Today we say "Thank You" to everyone who gave yesterday. We are blessed to have donors like you!

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Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 at 1:10am
"Go out and love someone today!" was the encouragement Craig Fuller shared at distribution today. John 13:34-35 https://t.co/GBdm7p46bt
Friday, March 24th, 2017 at 5:01am
Thank you @PantegoBibleChurch Jr High for packaging 1500 1-lb rice bags. You're making a difference!… https://t.co/p4A7qurOXb
Friday, March 10th, 2017 at 6:01am
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Confirmation Students sorted 8 (huge!) boxes & bagged 2051 lbs of beans. Thanks OLPHStud… https://t.co/Xh3ZCKkmdN
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017 at 5:50am
Over 200 Journey Fellowship students sorted 30 boxes & bagged 2100 lbs of bulk beans into 1 lb packages.… https://t.co/qGBJ3zB7ia