The Salvation Army’s Homeless Street Feeding Program serves homeless individuals in the Buffalo area during the winter months of October through March. On Monday evenings, volunteer groups prepare and serve a nutritious, homemade meal to individuals who gather at the Central (downtown Buffalo) library. Along with a warm meal, a “Gift of Warmth” is provided. “Gifts of Warmth” are hats, scarves, or mittens that are collected by businesses and community organizations throughout the year for this purpose.
Within the past year, Homeless Street Feed served over 2,600 individuals in need. Various funders and volunteers have made a lasting impact on the homeless population in Buffalo by providing their time and money for this important mission based service. We believe that everyone has the right to a hot, healthy meal and depend on community support and donations to continue this mission based program.
Generous individuals, foundations and corporations make this program possible. For more information how you can help, please contact Laurie Elliott Krajna at 888-6213 or Laurie.Krajna@use.SalvationArmy.org
For more information on volunteering for our Homeless Street Feeding Program:
Contact Demi Walsh at 888-6220 or Demaree.Walsh@use.SalvationArmy.org
THANK YOU FOR HELPING US DO THE MOST GOOD FOR THOSE IN NEED IN OUR COMMUNITY