Baptist Children’s Homes Food Roundup


When children come into Baptist Children’s Homes’ (BCH) care, it is obvious they have gone without — without food, without love, without hope.


One of the first ways our children learn that they are loved is when their cottage parents serve them the regular meals they could not count on before arriving. This is because their families let them down. When you can’t depend on your loved ones to care for you, who do you trust?  


You Provide NC Children Food While Pointing Them to Jesus

When your church, along with NC Baptists across the state, collect food, supplies and gift cards through the Food Roundup in April, you ensure that we can provide three meals a day plus snacks to our boys and girls and everyone we serve. Children’s trust is restored! Boys and girls learn that they are loved not only by churches and their caregivers but by the Heavenly Father we have the privilege of pointing them to.


Let’s go on mission together as the Food Roundup returns in April.

We have provided a step-by-step guide to help you with collecting. The needs list with the most-needed items has been updated. New flyers have been designed to help you promote the efforts in your church. And digital resources, such as social media posts, slides and a short video will help you inform your congregation. You can find these resources and more at


We are here to support your efforts.

As you prepare your church to participate in the Food Roundup, please let us know if there is anything you need. Contact BCH Food Roundup coordinator Alan Williams at 336.474.1277 or


Thank you for going on mission with us and helping to point the boys and girls we serve together to a loving Heavenly Father.

MBA churches can drop food off at the association through Thursday, April 27th.