We thrive to support those that are overlooked and neglected. We provide mobile showers, clothing, essential hygiene items, food, and spiritual support. Our goal is to restore self worth, hope and dignity back into all those we serve.
and if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry
and satisfy the needs of the oppressed,
then your light will rise in the darkness,
and your night will become like the noonday.
Supporting the homeless community by providing showers, change of clothes and hygiene kits. Restoring a sense of hope, self-worth, and dignity. Promoting an opportunity to heal and recover while in the transition from homeless to sheltered.
Hunger and homelessness isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round charity is critical. Devote a Saturday to support the cause and see first-hand the people we help. We're excited to have you join the mission!
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading the word about our mission, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
Happy faces of hope from a few people we serviced.
Your gift of $25 will provide a shower, change of clothes and hygiene kit for (1) person
The issue of homeless people throughout USA, and in particular Houston, is an enormous problem.
According to the Coalition for the Homeless, a count of the number of homeless people was conducted January 19, 2021. This revealed that there were 3,055 people living without homes in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties compared to 3,974 people in 2020. About half of them were living in shelters (1,545) and the other half (1,510) were living without shelter.
Knowing and caring empowers us to help make the lives of our homeless neighbors better. We do this through simple acts of kindness. We cannot do everything, but we can do something.
Knowing our homeless neighbors opens our eyes and hearts to their joys and sorrows.
Knowing who our homeless neighbors are and what factors contribute to homelessness reminds us that we are all people, we should all have dignity, and we all deserve respect.
HOMELESSNESS IN AMERICA
14% of Americans experience homeless at some point
26% of the homeless are military veterans
39% of the homeless population in St. Louis are children younger than 18
40% of people with severe mental illness, such as schizophrenia, received no treatment in the past year.
As states eliminate services for the mentally ill, many fall through the cracks, landing in emergency rooms, jails, city streets or the morgue.
"Helping others have always been a priority for me. People who live in poverty, many who are homeless due to unforseen circumstances or mental illness are often stereotyped and demoralized which saddens me. By partnering with other philanthropist who share my passion, we are able to make a difference."
Our Vice President supports and upholds all policies and finacial business for our organization
Oversee operational funtions and maintain ongoing upkeep of materials equipment.
Communicate with and engage community leaders.
Create and review all public facing material. All social media platforms are monitored and reviewed for approval.
Draft and review documentation. Address legal and compliance requirements, and legal research.
Our Executive Coordinator organize and develop material for all activities of the organization.