Homeless people struggle everyday with their lack of nutrition. They don't have the adequate necessities that are needed to survive. If they don't have food, they won't have the energy to get through the day. Little things like these can take their toll on the homeless.
Homeless people in a first world country should not have to suffer starvation. We have enough to give a dollar or more. If we were put into their shoes, we'd want to experience random acts of kindness. It doesn't matter why they're out there, what matters is that they get the proper nutrition that they need. We need to be the difference in order to see change.
Why is This Important to Us?
Since 2012, 700 homeless people have passed away each year due to starvation. Giving food back is important to TSS because homeless people don't have as much as we do. We should be able to give them a meal and aid them with nutrition. Regardless of their living situation, they're people too and we treat people the way that we want to be treated. For more info, visit https://invisiblepeople.tv/2012/08/why-i-support-regulating-the-public-feeding-of-homeless-people/
We aim to provide every homeless person with at least one meal to eat a day.
Kids are able to donate canned goods that do not need to be cooked. If they bring canned goods, they have to have peel back lids! A donation jar is also set out with a sign that let's everyone know that the profits will benefit homeless people. If people donated one dollar a day then we would have enough each week to feed a portion of homeless people.
We will have a group of different students rotate routes in the inner city. Kids bring canned goods and actual food and distribute them to homeless people. We will take the school bus, and at the end of every week a new group of students would take their turn.
100% of the profits goes towards the feeding of the homeless. Help us and donate today! If you're interested in doing something like this for your school, here are some tips http://peopleof.oureverydaylife.com/donate-food-homeless-shelters-8252.html
Made by: Yiseli Gonzalez, Faith Gaston, and Adriana