Our mission is to bring hope by serving with compassion, feeding the mind and body, and being an impact through education.
Founder, Laquisha Jackson is a wife and mother of eight. She is the owner and operator of Soulful Kitchen LLC, a catering company serving the Michiana area. Laquisha Jackson, worked in the hospitality industry at each spectrum server, as well as a manager, for a total of 19 years. In May 2019 she graduated from Ivy tech community college with her associate degree in Hospitality Administration. Laquisha is a Servsafe Instructor and registered Proctor.
Laquisha takes great pleasure serving as the Hospitality leader at her church. She possesses a strong passion for helping families who suffer from food insecurities.
In 2020 Laquisha founded Hope for the Hungry which is a non-profit organization to help feed the hungry. It is Laquisha’s endeavors to bring hope by serving with compassion, feeding the mind and body, and being an impact through education.
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (abc 57) – Hope for the Hungry held a food giveaway for the entire community on Friday, July 24th. They will be giving away non-perishable items such as canned goods, meat, and snacks.
“This event is to be an impact and to help those who need to eat, who need food, who need an extra resource especially now that it’s summer time and kids are home. We don’t want anybody to go hungry,” said Laquisha Jackson, Founder of the Hope for Humanity.
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) – Hope for the Hungry is a non-profit that was started by Laquisha Jackson just this year.
“We’re here to bring hope. Hope for the Hungry, our mission is to serve with compassion, feed the mind and the body and we also want to impact through education,” Jackson said.
The organization had one of its first events at Doulos Chapel where they served an estimated 100 meals to people living in the tent city.
Woman provides food and hope to St. Joseph County’s hungry
SOUTH BEND — For as long as she can remember, Laquisha Jackson has been the person people depend on to cook.
Jackson currently owns a catering business called Soulful Kitchen (read more)
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (wsbt 22) –Food drives are important for communities to help feed those who are affected with hunger and that’s why Hope For The Hungry is hosting a food drive this Saturday. Laquisha Jackson and Tiffany Reddick share more details on how you can help fight hunger in Michiana.
Don’t miss the food drive happening at Riley High School this Saturday, May 22 from 12 P.M. – 2 P.M.
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