Macomb Feeding the Need feeds the needs of the community, mind, body, soul and spirit
Helping People get back on their feet and off the streets! Starting by feeding their bodies then their spirit
I have had the privilege to sign in those coming in to eat a warm meal that Macomb Feeding the Need provides, and not just during the winter months, but all year long. People need food, nourishment, caring and friendship all year and at Macomb Feeding the Need this is what they get. I know they wish they could expand to more feeding days, I hope they get their wish, and I'm sure the homeless and near homeless do too.
I have volunteered before; they are efficient, caring and real! The people they serve depend on them for life, literally!
I am very impressed with this non profit that does so much with so little for so many homeless people in the Detroit area. Great group of volunteers.
Great cause helping the needy! I have been to quite a few of their events, they are taking good care of the people…
What a wonderful organization!!! They help so many in need. So much love, and care goes into what they do.
Feeding the need is a terrific community service to help the less fortunate people in our community. I have had the pleasure of working as a volunteer for one of their holiday dinners and it was a very rewarding experience!
I have been working with Macomb's Feeding The Need for several years and can't say enough about the great job they do caring for the homeless in our community. I have personally seen families whose lives have been radically turned around for the better because of the services of Macomb's Feeding The Need.
Feeding the Need is an excellent source of help for low income people/family's, homeless, veterans
Cheryl and Pam do gods work , providing support Please donate or volunteer
Making a difference for many. Feeding the Need, worked in passing a law to reduce landfills and redirect good food to people in need. Thanks for being who you are.
3 years ago my husband fell out of a tree and ended up with a spinal cord injury as well as a broken back. He obviously couldn't work and neither was I. We fell behind in our bills and were struggling to stay afloat. Through another friend we were introduced to Cheryl and Pam at Macomb Feeding the Need. Cheryl counseled us, make some phone calls to help us delay shut-offs at our home, provided gently used clothing, helped with our grocery needs, and also did a few things above and beyond what she normally does for clients. She also introduced us to their meal program at the Masonic Hall 2 days a week where she welcomes everyone from the community. They serve a continental breakfast and a hot balanced meal at noon. Also they pass out baked goods, fresh vegetables, can goods, and personal hygiene products when they get them donated. The lunch crowd is given a message from the bible relating to our everyday lives from local pastors. We are blessed as my husband is walking and working. Now we continue to partake in the twice weekly lunches more for the fellowship that has developed. You learn everyone's story and come to realize how many are struggling and how great the need still is in this small part of our county.
God bless, Cheryl, Pam, and the gang who work tirelessly to provide (ALL without salaries or compensation). My husband and I (and many others) will be eternally grateful. I truly love you guys.
Feeding the Need does so much for our community. They work very hard to provide assistance to the people who need it and it is a true joy to help them when I can. Their hearts are pure and passion for their work commendable. Diane Soulliere
I found out about feed the need when I was at the homeless coalition trying to pay for the one bed hotel I shared with my husband and two small children I was working at night making 8.75 an hour paying 190 a week to stay at the skipper hotel I am 5 foot 4 and weighed 90 pounds and was struggling with mental impairedness hearing condition and I had bronchitis I was slowly puttining my self in the ground and didn't know it I worked midnights my 2 year old has a condition that causes her fever induced scziers and my four year old had never been to school my husband wasn't working since i met Cheryl and Pam from feed the need its all changed my two year old has not had a sczier my now five year old is in school regularly because we are stable my husband works I am healthy and getting mental help I have hearing aids I gained fourth five pounds I havnt been sick since and I own and work my own business life is so much better and my husband and I Dont fight like we use to we have been truely bless I love you Cheryl and every one at feed the need and bethal church I have a great second family in you you are all angels
Great service for the community. I love that I can see the difference in the people they help.
They provide meals for the homeless and are a terrific source of information to solve peoples problems,from housing to financial management of a households.
Couples I've known have been housed or rehoused as necessary,
guided to find jobs or had guidance on dealing with mentally failing parents.
Never forced, people are given the option to use guidance or not.