Meals packed with necessary vitamins.

One package feeds a family of six.


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Rice and soy

Our rice and soy meal is distributed globally, most commonly to orphanages and schools. Oftentimes, children in developing areas will only eat one meal a day and when these meals are distributed at school it ensures they get nutrition and an education.

  • Costs $1.20 to package
  • Contains rice, soy protein, vitamins, minerals and dried vegetables: carrot, onion, tomato, celery, cabbage and bell pepper
  • Nutritional information for each ½ cup dry serving: 210 calories, 0 grams fat, 286 mg sodium, 463 mg potassium, 41 g total carbohydrates, 3 g dietary fiber, 3 g sugars, 13 g protein

Macaroni and cheese

Our mac and cheese meal is distributed domestically. This meal is designed to be as nutritious as possible, packed with protein and other necessary vitamins.

  • Costs $1.50 to package
  • Contains enriched macaroni, soy protein, vitamins, minerals and dehydrated real cheese
  • Nutritional information for each 2.08 oz. dry serving: 265 calories, 0.5 grams fat, 0.01 grams cholesterol, 518 mg sodium, 200 mg potassium, 20 g total carbohydrates, 2 g dietary fiber, 2 g sugars, 5 g protein

Meal distribution

volunteer opportunities to help the hungry around the worldMeals from the Heartland partners with organizations embedded in communities that face hunger on a daily basis. Meals are shipped out nationally and internationally by our distribution partner, Convoy of Hope, to on-the-ground organizations such as Many Hands for Haiti and Blessman Ministries, who are continually assessing and identifying needs of communities. Our meals often support and supplement other programs such as teaching sustainable agriculture practices, education, healthcare and more.

Our meals are also used for disaster relief, providing nutrition and hope in the midst of epidemics and natural disasters that impact entire communities. For example, Meals from the Heartland provided two million meals to Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and more than 280,000 meals to Liberia during the Ebola outbreak in 2014.

donate to help feed the hungryLocally, we partner with food banks that are taking action to feed the hungry in Iowa, providing nourishment and support to individuals and families in need such as the Food Bank of Iowa, the Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC) food bank network and dozens of church-affiliated food pantries. In 2015 alone, more than one million meals were distributed across the state of Iowa.

Contact us to learn how your business or organization can sponsor meals or to get your church food pantry on our distribution schedule.