Valory Music Company artist Jimmy Wayne and Bryan Foods have partnered once again to get more than 2500 pounds of food to the hungry, this time coming to the aid of those in the Gulf Coast region affected by the oil spill. The food was recently delivered to the Community Center of St Bernard in Arabi, LA for its Mustard Seed Distribution Program.
“I’ve been really fortunate to be able to team up twice now with Bryan Foods to get food delivered to people in cities hard hit by disasters,” Wayne said.
Earlier this summer, Wayne and Bryan got 2500 pounds of food to the Second Harvest Food Bank in Nashville, Tennessee to help those in need following the devastating floods in May.
Wayne recently completed a 1700-mile walk halfway across America for his Meet Me Halfway project. The walk and organization were designed to bring attention to homeless teens, particularly those in the foster care system that age out at 18, and without any support, often find themselves homeless. For more information on Wayne and his Meet Me Halfway initiative, visit jimmywayne.com and projectmmh.org.