Our first annual 60-Day Shoe Drive started April 30, 2021 and will end on June 30, 2021. Feed My Sheep Outreach is partnering with The Westside Church of Christ to make this event special. The Westside Church practices hospitality in a variety of special ways. One of those ways is by partnering with local charities to meet food, shelter, and other resource needs for people who have been displaced in our community.
This shoe drive will furnish quality shoes for poor people in rugged terrain countries where shoes are much more than a luxury; they are an absolute necessity. However, in the process of providing shoes for the shoeless, underserved people become entrepreneurs when they receive the shoes that build shops and stores for distribution. Please email or call us to learn more about this valuable service...
Supporting us has never been easier, and any contribution will help us serve those in need in and around our community. Click this box for a breakdown of our campaign goals. You will see that we not only serve food to the hungry, but we befriend the underserved student, and we honor the elderly If you can’t find a goal that aligns with your interests, please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss our services.
PROJECT 3: Feeding Hungry People (TBA)
We work directly with the LA Church of Christ, the West Los Angeles sector to serve the Skid Row homeless and destitute. We serve them hot food and give them spiritual support. The results are many people into the thousands who look forward to our visits and are restored to believing that someone cares.
PROJECT 4: Teaching our Young
We work directly with school psychologists, mentors, therapists, and teachers who provide counseling for children from low income communities. We help these professional locate and identify the children who need help. We connect mentors and other volunteers to these children and those committed to helping.
PROJECT 5: Career Planning
We work directly with the military, law enforcement, and local merchants to bring them to the young at-risk student to enable him or her to go after new careers, enroll in community or four year universities. Many of these students don't have a clue on how to go after making plans for their futures. We help them get a handle on this process.
PROJECT 6: Helping Any Way We Can (TBA)
IWe take on any project that will bring light and healing to the elderly, to the sick, to youth who are misdirected and to veterans who have put their lives on the line to protect our country. We find that being there for people who need us brings quality and substinance to our own lives.
PROJECT 2: Helping Our Elderly
Starting July 4, 2021 through September 5th 2021, we will focus on serving the elderly by visiting Nursing Homes and Elderly individuals to offer services such as yard work, errands, and counseling. We will work directly with the staff and residents of Safran and Associates at the Montecito Apartments which houses residents 55 and over.
We will host parties, entertain the residents and friends, and prepare incredible foods for them. The results are always amazing as we watch the atmosphere of the community change from enduring to that of joy and warmth. The residents are reminded how good it is to be neighbors and how exceptionally good it is to be aging..
Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to make a difference. Join us to raise funds, spread awareness and contribute to a truly important cause. The elderly will always need the youth; it is our job at FMSO to pair the aged with our youth. support us to support our legacy makers....
Our idea is not just to serve food to the hungry but to serve our neighbors as we serve ourselves with upgraded fabulous foods with impeccable service; food that we crave also. Click here to learn more about out latest project...
Albert V. Brown; Vice President