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What an Amazing 2022 Year!!!

I've loved every minute of my miracle journey!

As many of you know, I have moved back to Houston, Texas. I have loved every minute of this miracle journey and still abiding in my calling/ministry. I will always remember with great admiration Pastor Bob and the Wellspring Church Family for their support, prayers and loving-kindness. I am forever grateful to every volunteer, contributor, sponsor, good neighbor, the young, the old and my church family who made Food for Kids a tremendous blessing!!!  Even after my husband's passing, you were there for me....pushing me forward. Now that my mom has suffered a stroke, I've had to return to Houston to help her in recovery. 

I have included in this website a Photo Gallery & News Articles recapping our activities in 2022.  I am really missing all of you and would love to hear from you. Please keep in touch. You can email me anytime at [email protected] or call me Sheila Gilbert at (713)514-2843.   .

2022 Photo Gallery & News Articles

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2021 Photo Gallery

Our Miracle Van

Donated by Mosaic Hospital - Nov. 2019

2018 Summer Time Fun

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2018 Missionary Trip to Ghana

Preparing to box food for distribution

Olive Garden Restaurant

Provides free pizzas!!!

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Founders inducted into Black Archives Museum Feb. 2017


Preparing sandwiches

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Shine On Award

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2017 Women of Excellence Award

Providing other necessities for kids

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Kenzie & Sheila Gilbert

St. Joseph, Missouri

(the Late Kenzie died in December 2020).

It all started when a group of kids came up to Kenzie and Sheila Gilbert's pickup while they were inside eating lunch one day and asked for food. The couple took a banana, broke it into five pieces and shared the rest of their lunch.

"When you see kids begging us for something, we didn't like it. It just kind of touched us", Mrs. Gilbert said. "We thought maybe we should do something about it."

What the transplanted Houston couple did was start a program called Food for Kids. It's a program to feed Mid-town children during the months when school is out who might not otherwise receive a meal at home.

In a year, the program expanded from feeding children to feeding families. With contributions from area churches and businesses, Food for Kids is able to give canned goods, bread and other food items to families in the community. At certain times, they host a free turkey giveaway and offer free haircuts to Mid-town youth.

Mrs. Gilbert said she and her husband both were honored and excited to be chosen for "20 Who Count" this year.

"I am overwhelmed", she said. "It's an honor for somebody to recognize us.


NOTE: The person in charge is co-founder Sheila Gilbert, who started the organization with her late husband, Kenzie, who died in December 202​0. After his death, she said she didn’t want to give the program up.

Click to Read News-Press NOW Article / Dec. 2020

Remembering "The Way We Were"

2023 in Houston, TX still serving God's children!

Founder returns home after mom suffers a stroke.

Dressed to perform "Looking for Jesus" to encourage elders in nursing facility.