Donations of any type assist us in our mission to sow seeds of hope and we’re dedicated to keeping the donation pick-up or drop off process hassle-free.

  • Mobility devices for the elderly 
  • Food (see list)
  • Vitamins for adults and children
  • Hygiene items including toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • Medical and first-aid supplies
  • School supplies
  • Over the counter medications
  • Soccer balls and equipment, soccer uniforms
  • Puzzles, dominoes, crotchet yarn and needles
  • Bicycles
  • Sewing Machines 
  • Clothing for all ages and sizes 


Preferred Food Donations

  • Complete Pancake Mix
  • Syrup Bottled Water (16.9-ounce bottles)
  • Breakfast Cereals (cold or hot)
  • Pasta, Pasta Sauce
  • Spaghetti O’s
  • Macaroni and Cheese
  • Canned Ravioli 
  • Canned Meats (tuna, chicken, ham) 
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Peanut Butter 
  • Jelly 
  • Rice 
  • Beans
  • Fruit Cups 
  • Apple Sauce 
  • Raisins, Dried Fruits, Nuts
  • Cookies, Chips, Crackers
  • Soft Peppermint Candy, Rice Krispy Treats
  • Fruit Juice Drinks for Kids, Lemonade Drink Mixes
  • Soda
  • Granola Bars 
  • Cheese or Peanut Butter Crackers


We’re looking for people with a heart to help others in our community. The mission is here. We need passionate volunteers in all areas of our outreach. Last updated 1/7/2023
  • Pass out flyers, distribute supplies at Cup of Love in Downtown Jacksonville (Last Saturday Monthly)
  • Skilled and manual labor for home construction, renovation, and landscaping in St. Augustine (Tuesdays 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.)
  • Loading and receiving donations from our box truck (Third Monday Monthly)
  • Administration support, including data entry, cataloging donations, and record keeping (Ongoing, remote-capable)
Whether it is assistance during an outreach mission, administrative help, or just to join in fellowship with our community, together, we can sow the seeds of hope where none exists. 

Cultivating Hope to Harvest Love

(What We’ve Done)

Cultivating Hope to Harvest Love (What We’ve Done)

Soccer program we support in Diez Caballos Cuba

Three Grains of Rice reaps what it sows, and the harvest grows bountiful with time. We began assisting women’s shelters in Jacksonville FL., but soon expanded into overseas missions.

Leveraging our volunteer teams, 17 homes have been upgraded and 4 apartments were built for the St. John’s Homeless Coalition in St. Augustine Florida. The Trinity Baptist Women and Children – over 28 rooms were painted and repaired. The Hogar Crea drug and alcohol addiction center was updated with new facility enclosure. What a joy to provide mothers and children with an opportunity to get away from their shelter to be a family again going to the Zoo, attending a baseball game or a football game. What a blessing to be able to distribute several hundred pallets of food to individuals and organizations in need – to provide coats and hoopties during very cold weather to those that call the streets of Jacksonville home. And much more. These could not be done without our dedicated army of volunteers.

Our international missions have certainly increased by leveraging our partnerships with other organizations. To-date, we have provided food, medical supplies, vitamins, toys, school supplies, IPODS and clothing to our international partners. Philippines, Guatemala, Haiti, Colombia, Honduras, Nicaragua and Cuba. Recently a sizeable shipment of medical and mobility devices was shipped to Ukraine. Cuba has been an area of focus where we donated 67,000 face mask and an overall total of $1.5 million in medical supplies. The four soccer programs which we have initiated in Cali, Colombia has been instrumental in redirecting the lives of young people.