Join us for our 10th Anniversary

Come celebrate with us as we host a mega pack on Friday, October 7th and Saturday, October 8th. Our goal is to reach 2,000,000 meals packed as we celebrate 10 years of providing nutritious meals for hungry children around the U.S. and the world.

On Sunday, October 9th, join us for our Appreciation Open House lunch as we thank the many volunteers who have generously supported our organization over the last 10 years. The Open House begins at 11:30 at the Wauneta Community Center. A special program will begin at 12:30 p.m. with guests Edie Nofke, one of the founds of Mercy Meals of Nebraska and Pastor Mukindia, minister of First United Methodist Church of Wauneta, a native of Kenya.

For more information, see our 10th Anniversary page. _____________________________________________________

Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska is located in Wauneta, Nebraska. This organization is sustained 100% by volunteers from nearby communities. Organizations and groups come from Colorado, Kansas and across the state of Nebraska to help package meals.

The children of the world are in need of help. Now YOU can make a difference in the lives of these children.

Ways to help:

    • Volunteer to pack food.

    • Volunteer to organize a packing event (Talk to organizations and groups)

    • Make a donation -- just $44 will feed a child for a year!

    • Become a corporate sponsor

    • Visit and like us on Facebook

For more information, contact:

Pastor Keith Wellman: 308-394-5562

Mary Haarberg: 308-883-6761

Laurie Kerchal: 308-350-0975

Ways to donate:

1. Mail check to::

Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska

P.O. Box 474

Wauneta, NE 69045

2. If you are a Thrivent Financial member, you may now direct your Choice Dollars to Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska.

3. You may also sign up for Amazon Smile and designate the .5% of qualifying purchases to MMofSWNE.

4. Through Paypal (If you don't have Paypal account, you may pay with credit card.)

Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska is affiliated with Mercy Meals of Nebraska and Orphan Grain Train.