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Food for the Poor prioritizes the preservation of human dignity and the care of those in need. We address poverty through sustainable, community-driven solutions. From 2019 to 2023, we served 943 million meals and distributed $3.2 billion worth of aid. Our community of donors and volunteers share our belief that poverty is not inevitable. Join us in the fight against poverty—support our charitable organization by spreading the word, shopping from our humanitarian gift catalog, or becoming a donor.



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Your Impact

in 2023

229,800,000

MEALS PROVIDED

1,479

HOMES BUILT

2,528

CONTAINERS SHIPPED


OUR LATEST ARTICLES



How to Build Safe Housing for Impoverished Families


Housing | How We Help

How to Build Safe Housing for Impoverished Families


Safe, sturdy housing is the foundation of building a new life for impoverished families. But how can such housing be constructed in both an efficient, and cost-effective manner? For families living in poverty, the term “home sweet home” is far from reality. Many families in Latin America and the Caribbean […]

home made from fiber cement to promote environmental stability


How We Help

6 Environmental Sustainability Practices for Charities


Addressing environmental sustainability isn’t just about protecting nature for its own sake. As the term implies, environmental sustainability focuses on promoting the well-being of the environment. A pillar of sustainable development, it promotes living in a way that doesn’t strain natural resources, an approach that helps maintain an ecological balance […]







Immediate Response & Re-Stocking for The Next Disaster

FFTP recently shipped 53 containers in preparation for a humanitarian crisis in the Caribbean. Currently, we are distributing disaster relief kits, food, and medical supplies, but we already need to restock as we anticipate a long, active hurricane season. Another system may be headed to the Caribbean as early as next week, leaving the victims of Hurricane Beryl even more vulnerable.


  • A Disaster Relief Kit
    A Disaster Relief Kit

    $100.00


  • medicines and supplies
    Lifesaving Medicines and Supplies

    $50.00


  • Help Build a House
    Help Build a House

    $4,900.00