West Heights UMC partners with the Kansas Food Bank to sort and box food collected by the annual Letter Carrier's Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.  All of the food collected in Wichita stays in Wichita, delivered to local food charities for distribution.  The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is the nation's largest single-day food.  It started in 1993 and, cumulative, over 1.5 billion pounds of food has been collected.  For more information about this program, please click here.  If you have questions about this mission program and would like more information, please click here - we will get back with you soon!

Upcoming Opportunities To Serve

The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive collects food on the second Saturday each May but the work to sort and box the food occurs for many weeks thereafter.  Please click here to see what service opportunities are available!

Kansas Food Bank Volunteer Policies

Before you sign up to serve, please make sure you read these volunteer policies so that you are prepared!  This document will answer many common questions.

Where We Serve


Past Service

Would you like to see people in action serving God through the the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive program?  Check it out below!

8 people served by sorting food donated by local residents during the May 12th USPS Letter Carrier's Food Drive.  These food items will then be packaged for local food charities.

4 people served today, assembling 720 dental kits consisting of 2,160 toothbrushes, toothpaste and dental floss donated by Delta Dental.  The kits will be provided to people in need near the south Lord's Diner in Wichita.

8 people served today, packing
221 boxes of canned goods and dry food for delivery to local food charities.  We made a small dent in 117,000 pounds of food collected May 13th!
Pictures and KSN Video