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Ideas to Help the Homeless

Get involved with National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week to educate your friends and family about the realities of poverty in your community.

Many homeless men and women watch their birthday come and go like every other day. But this year, with the support of generous friends like you, our homeless guests will know they're not forgotten! On May 28th, we're throwing a birthday party complete with cake, presents, cards and colorful decorations - and we want YOU to be a part of the celebration! Click the link to find out how to make someone's birthday special this year!

Check this out - Starbucks employees in Aloha combined their tips ($300!) and donated them here to provide meals, shelter and recovery care! Thank you!

A kit like this one, delivered to Homeless in Seattle's headquarters, is a good, practical way to reach out to the homeless in your community.

Women's Heritage Crew Sock Box - no pesticides, sweatshops, or other nasty stuff. Every purchase helps to provide jobs for homeless women in Detroit through The Empowerment Plan.

Gift bags for the homeless. This is a perfect opportunity for a group to learn about hunger and homelessness.

Blessing Bag Filler Ideas (for adults/homeless) keep ready in the car. Mini Cereal Boxes Deodorant Hand Sanitizer/Soap Shampoo Toothbrush/Toothpaste/Floss Granola Bars/Energy Bars Wet Wipes Pen & Small Note Pad Breakfast Cookie Gift Cards (Starbucks) Tissue Lotion/Sunscreen Chocolate Note of Encouragement Peanut/Almond Packs Crackers

From your hands to the Homeless. I am going to make these this year to hand out when I see them with signs on the side of the road.

Blessing Kit. Keep it in the car for the homeless.

The Passage Helps The Homeless via Guerrilla Marketing Photo (one of our founding chairities)

Everyone deserves Christmas Dinner..Homeless being fed.

Eight Ways to Truly Help the Homeless