We will march the streets find the lost feed the hungry heal the broken clothe the naked hug the unloved pray and sacrifice week after week

$2 H2O Challenge

Survivalists teach you to drink from freshwater rivers while in nature. The homeless community has tried to do just that—they drink from the Cuyahoga River that flows through Akron, Ohio, but it’s not the same. They often find themselves getting sick with things like E. coli from trying to have one of the fundamental resources to stay alive.

For just $2 you can purchase a case of water. Two dollars could make a difference in somebody’s life. 

Backpacks for the Homeless

Akron only allows someone to stay somewhere (outside) for 7 days before you have to pack up and move. The homeless often end up keeping their entire life in a backpack. Volunteer to help fill and distribute, donate so we can deliver more, or help spread the word.

Tents

The homeless don’t have the luxury of a roof over their head. Tents are often the only thing keeping homeless dry, warm, and protected from the elements. 

Soup Runs

This is a monthly run that a group of people go into the streets and find the homeless in their underground camps. We bring a hot, home-cooked meal along with supplies like backpacks, sleeping bags, camping showers, sternos, and more.

Cook & Serve

Not everyone has the comforts of “home” and are missing things we often take for granted like a hot, home-cooked meal. Once a week we serve a home-cooked meal to the homeless community. These aren’t sack lunches—this is grandma’s chicken and dumplings or something hearty, healthy, and delicious.

We serve the homeless, sit with them, minister to them, and help them in every way we can. This is such an awesome, humbling experience and we welcome those who want to serve with us.

" I do not believe one can settle how much we ought to give. I am afraid the only safe rule is to give more than we can spare. In other words, if our expenditure on comforts, luxuries, amusements, etc, is up to the standard common among those with the same income as our own, we are probably giving away too little. "
C.S. Lewis
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Amazon Wishlist

There are real people, human beings, starving and even dying in Akron, Ohio. These people don’t have the resources to have safe drinking water, let alone a safe place to sleep or a shower. 

The Statue of Liberty requests, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” There are thousands in Akron that need help. You could save someone’s life by simply purchasing from our Amazon Wishlist.

Donate

Every little bit helps. Even the smallest donation can make a big difference.

John Burroughs said, “the smallest deed is better than the greatest intention.”