Carson Wentz owned food truck finds home in Cherry Hill

A free food truck service backed by Eagles' quarterback Carson Wentz has found a new home in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Thy Kingdom Crumb, launched by Wentz's AO1 Foundation last summer, announced via Instagram the purchase of the Rockhill facility on Thursday. The building will serve as the service's headquarters and food storage facility.

"We are excited about our increased footprint within our community as we prepare for the serious year of growth that lies ahead," the foundation said in an Instagram post.

Wentz, who is an outspoken Christian, created the AO1 Foundation to help facilitate community outreach through faith. As such, Thy Kingdom Crumb offers free food to all people in an effort to strengthen community relations by sharing the gospel.

"Through the use of food distribution, community outreach, and Kingdom relationships Thy Kingdom Crumb exists to demonstrate the love of God and to infuse His hope by feeding people and uplifting communities," Thy Kingdom Crumbs website explains.

The latest updates on the new facility and future events can be found on Thy Kingdom Crumb's social media accounts.