In 2022, with many clients finding jobs, FFA went back to basics, supporting more homebound people. 50% of the new clients in 2022 were in poor physical or mental health, had disabilities, were elderly or were single mothers. FFA takes pride in helping provide a sense of security for those in unstable circumstances.
Food For All DC (FFA) had another impactful year in 2023. We grew as a useful resource for the D.C. government, private agencies, and healthcare providers, with 147 new case managers making referrals. We’ve become an important part of a referral network that supports food-insecure D.C. residents.
Multiple chapters of AMURT in Inda has been providing regular support to those affected by COVID-19 lockdowns and subsequent loss of livelihoods.Treating it as a disaster with hygienic precaution and social distancing, volunteers in 15 states have served more than one million people.
AMURT has been involved with the hunger problem amongst the poor and the homeless in Los Angeles for the last 25 years. Our breakfast feeding through Mama D's Kitchen is legendary amongst the folks of Skid Row. It makes a huge difference in their lives. The program is maintained entirely by volunteers and public donations.