A Middle Tennessee food relief organization will be in Antioch Friday morning to hand out free food to those in need.  

One Generation Away will be at Faith, Hope and Love Fellowship Church, located at 5967 Mt. View Road, beginning at 8 a.m.  

The nonprofit is based in Middle Tennessee where they mainly serve local families however, after hurricanes Harvey and Irma, they sent more than 100,000 meals to storm victims in Texas and Florida.

Once Florence hits, he and 10 to 20 volunteers will head to the Carolinas with trailers of food. 

“We’ll come to a parking lot and unload all those groceries,” said One Generation Away’s founder Chris Whitney. 

It’s a trip they’ll make more than once. The nonprofit brought food to Hurricane Harvey and Irma victims four times in the past year. 

“We’re not just trying to go in and be a one-hit wonder,” Whitney said. “We want to bring sustainability.” 

Along with feeding their bodies, Whitney, who’s also a pastor, tries to offer food for the soul. 

“We offer to pray for them and encourage them any way we can,” he said. 

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