Hidden Springs Church wanted to expand their food pantry into a choice pantry, enabling people to choose the food they receive rather than being given a box of food. Kellogg Family Foundation provided the funds for gutting and remodeling the food pantry within Hidden Springs Church. This major renovation allowed the church to implement grocery aisles, freezers, and refrigerators to house meat, bread, and fresh produce.  The pantry was able to triple the number of clients they serve and is affectionately called "The Edward and June Kellogg Food Pantry."