Let’s share and care for each other in this world!

mission & vision

Reach and teach people in our community. Share and care with our resources.  We will devote the time necessary to educate, advocate, and feed.

 our leadership team

  • 1999 - Feeding Pantry -Feeding the poor in the surrounding areas.
  • 2000 - Scholarship - Providing scholarships to seniors to attend college.
  • 2003 - Youth at Risk -Weekly visitation to Juvenile Detention Center.  Monthly workshops with children at risk.
  • 2006 - Crisis Pregnancy -Funded by the State to help women in distress throughout pregnancy and after birth.  Providing counseling to girls, women and partners.
  • 2007 -Clothing - Provide families with donated items each 3rd Saturday of the month.
  • 2013 - Health Awareness -  Annual Health Fair in June.
  • 2014 - Housing Awareness -Workshops on home buying and low income housing programs.

Dr. Carl Johnson, President


 Our founder

Esther Johnson
Executive Director makes sure the overall programs are effective. She spends time with the youth at risk.

Clyde Witherspoon
Chief Financial Officer spends his time ensuring operations are running smoothly.


Our partnership with Atlantic Pacific Communities is helping people in our community with jobs and low income rental apartments.

I have lived here in South Florida my entire life.  I am so elated that I can help the people in my community with the resources that God has given me.  I have an abundance of joy and peace because I am doing what I was born to do, which is to help people and encourage them to believe in God and don't be afraid of the challenges and choices of life.

93rd St Community Development cORP.

Cora Ross
Secretary ensures records are well maintain.


More than 100 volunteers each year  making the difference in the lives of thousands. Find out how to become a volunteer.

Ernest Tyler
Chief Coordinator makes sure the feeding pantry has the resources each month.