We are non profit organization doing several programs and as part of our senior, refugee ,homeless and low income and Domestic violence victims program is distributing food weekly to homeless and last Saturday of each month to seniors elderly,refugees and low i come families with uhaul truck. We serve 216 housholds each month which is 465 clients with food boxes ( dry food,spices etc) zabiha halal meat, snacks, fruits vegetables, toiletries, laundry detergent( school supplies and houshold stuff )to immigrants/refugees and domestic violance victims .Also 130 homeless every week we distribute food, clothes, toiletries, tents, sleeping bags winter kits and hot meals.
Diversity and equality is our moto and goal.No questions asked.Currently in search of space ( but accept donations, food school supplies )
Need foid ( non perishable, healthy and halal foid/meat no pork please) Oil, salt sugar beans,rice fruits and vegetables toiletries, personal and hygiene kits,laundry detergent, need if sleeping bags
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