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Save Us Now Inc.

A Feast for My People Project

Save Us Now Inc. "A Feast for My People Project" emerged from a need to feed and clothe indigent and unsheltered persons and their families in Washington DC during the Christmas holidays since December 24, 2012. However, 2020 changed the season, landscape, and how we function as a society completely. The need for feeding individuals and families experiencing homelessness has become critical during this COVID-19 pandemic season and “A Feast for My People Project” has worked in changing the way we service the community. We started with getting essential groceries to those vulnerable populations in need.

“A Feast for My People” project was developed to provide resources to homeless individuals and families on the streets and in the shelters of Washington, D.C. but especially now during this COVID-19 pandemic season. This is an aggressive approach to take these necessary grocery supplies to where they are staying or either in shelters or encampments on the streets. These encampments are located throughout Wards 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7.

On December 24, 2021 our team went out to many of the local tent encampments and   distributed grocery bags filled with the most essentials supplies for a few days to a week (toilet paper, paper towels, canned goods, dry goods, and non-perishable items).

Our  feeding and clothing, and Christmas Toys program that began in 2012 with Christmas toy donations we received from local businesses and churches,  we distributed them at the DC General Family Shelter. Now approximately eight years later, "A Feast for My People Project" has had to change how we distributed to the public and what we can give to the public. Since we are limiting our contact with the public due to the COVID-10 pandemic, we are providing grocery bags filled with non-perishable items, along with PPE.