About US

How no one hungry started

No One Hungry started as a calling and vision of its founder in 2015.  The vision of a food pantry in Titusville, Florida became a reality and has since grown from its humble beginnings into an international ministry of reducing hunger and giving hope to thousands.  NOH not only provides food, but we also give hope through the distribution of Bibles, water purification systems, scholarships helping young students from improvised villages in Belize, to rebuilding a small island in the Bahamas.  We answer the call when there is a disaster whether caused by a hurricane, flood, or even a worldwide pandemic as in the events of COVID-19.


Since the start of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, we partnered with the Anglican Diocese of Belize in “Mission Feed Belize”, providing rice and beans to over 2,100 families representing more that 9,000 individuals.  We also expended our Titusville Food Pantry by keeping our pantry doors open and making more home deliveries to seniors, families, and the homeless.  In February of 2022, we opened a new Senior Pantry in partnership with the North Brevard Senior Center offering food and other items to assist our community’s senior population.


Too many individuals, families, and seniors in Florida, across the country and around the world, are struggling to get through the day as they face issues with hunger and hopelessness.  Join us on this journey by supporting one of our many initiatives to reduce hunger and give hope to those in need in Titusville, Florida, and beyond.


Rev John Clark

Rev. John Clark


Rev. John grew up in Central Ohio where he received a degree in finance and banking.  After a long career in banking, he became a Certified Executive Chef.  His careers as a chef gave opportunity to move to many different locations before he and his wife moved to Florida over a decade ago.  In 2015, he felt a call to feed God’s people and founded No One Hungry.  Rev. John was ordained to the Sacred Order of Deaconate in January of 2016 and serves as a Deacon in the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida. 

James Robey

James Robey


James, originally from Virginia, has lived in Florida for the past 30 plus years.  He retired from a long career in the pest control business and now devotes his time to community involvement.   Jim is a member of St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church in Titusville where he has served on the church vestry.  In addition to No One Hungry, James is a volunteer at the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary and at Jess Parrish Medical Center Auxiliary.  When he is not giving back to the community, he enjoys spending time gardening. 

Rev Steven Heisler

Rev. Steven Heisler


Rev. Steven grew up in Pensacola, Greenwood SC, St. Louis, and overseas. He has been a live show production professional for his entire working career, In theater, theme parks, and convention venues. He has been a member of IATSE Local 631 for 41 years – the behind-the-scenes entertainment Union. Steven was ordained to the Sacred Order of Deaconate in January 2020 and serves as a Deacon at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Cocoa.