HUGE SUCCESS! Dec. 13, 2019

Huckleberry Hill Elementary School's 4th Grade partnered with me to put together 60+ Bags of Hope for the homeless population! I am beyond thankful for this opportunity to bring awareness to these young students and their families as well as to the school. Thank you!!!!





My Mission:

My mission is to bring awareness to as many people as possible  about the needs of the homeless population. Anyone can become homeless at any time. Please consider helping by:

  • making a donation here or to your local food pantry and homeless shelter.

  • communicating the needs of the homeless to everyone you know.

  • advocating for adequate soup kitchens in your community, adequate and safe shelters.

  • advocate for services: mental health and physical health. 

FeedOnePerson.org is a place of hope and caring. A place where we can become inspired to help others. My mission is simple...to help people in need, one person at a time, by advocating for them.

Be their voice!

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Feed One PerPe

Helping one person at a time

"Don't look away...Life is too short to waste a chance."

A special thanks to Keith Kuder, developer of this video. 

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ FeedOnePerson.orgis a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing awareness about the needs of the homeless population. We are about Hope, Caring, Inspiration, Kindness, and Giving ~ feeding the Mind, Body, and Spirit. 

  FeedOnePerson.org was born out of a deep desire to help those people in the greatest need. I became inspired by a quote by Mother Teresa, "If you can't feed 100 people, then feed just one".

That seemed simple. So I started my campaign to help those in need in the harshest time, the cold winter, one person at a time. I began crocheting​ beautiful hats and scarves for people, and filling 'Bags of Hope' with the basic necessities one needs to live on the streets.

     Once I began meeting this population and speaking with them I saw a profound need for not only those basics I was providing, but for services they do not have easy access to, mental health services and physical health services.

Depending on what statistics we research, 25-30% of the homeless population have some degree of mental health disorder. This is astonishing! How can we, as private citizens, help? 

Become a part of the movement! Become an advocate!

Become inspired to help in any way you can!

Go to Contact Us page for more information.