Who We’ve Worked With

Organizations We've Helped

Mission: Feed the Needs of the Community Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit.

Macomb Feeding the Need started on February 28th, 2010. As written above, our mission statement is to “Feed the Needs of the Community Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit”. We feed their bodies meals, their minds with encouragement, their souls with warm clothing and their spirit with hope. Our goal is to earn their trust and help even more individuals and families get off the streets and become self sufficient and active members of their communities.

As our mission implies, our goal and objective is to help individuals get their lives together and to be productive members of their communities, but first you must earn their trust. We do that by feeding their bodies, clothing them and most importantly by giving them hope. It’s a slow process but there is nothing more rewarding then seeing a person with no hope become the shining light of hope for others to see. All services are at no monetary cost to the clients that comes in.

To find out more visit their website today.

“Grace Centers of Hope was established in 1942. It is one of the largest faith-based, long-term life skills programs for those afflicted by homelessness, addiction, and abuse in southeast Michigan. Grace Centers of Hope (GCH) provides help and hope to those in need without any government funding.

Grace Centers of Hope offers programs for men, women, and children who are seeking shelter and healing for their souls. True change begins when the hurts of the heart are healed. Our Christian based approach to life skills offers the community and accountability which is so critical for long-term success.”

To learn more visit their website today.

Homeless Shelter located in Detroit, MI.

“Providing Hope To The Hopeless, Abused, and Disadvantaged Of Our Community.”

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Provides weekly hot meals and a rotating shelter to the homeless around Utica, MI.

“Trinity regularly opens its doors for a week of hosting the overflow of homeless men from the Delonis Center in Ann Arbor. Volunteers stay overnight, transport the men locally, and provide snacks, clothing and friendship as we provide a warm, indoor haven from the winter elements.”

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A national non-profit organization with a location in Clinton Charter Twp, MI.
They run a food bank available to those veterans in need.

“We provide a non-threatening environment where a proud veteran doesn’t have to feel ashamed to receive assistance. Everyone here is a veteran, dedicated to helping veterans. We’ve walked in your boots and we know how to treat you with respect in your time of need. We treat everyone with the same credo…..”we’re here for a hand up, not a hand-out”. Let us help you, one veteran to another.”

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A non-profit organization located in Roseville, MI.

“The goal of Vets Returning Home is simple: to end chronic homelessness among veterans in our communities. Our mission is complex, requiring more than putting a roof over the veterans’ heads. It requires an approach that address the “total veteran” and his needs and making sure they succeed after they are transitioned.”

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Volunteers of America Michigan, Detroit Veterans Housing Program.

A homeless shelter located in Detroit, MI.

“Volunteers of America Michigan provides help for the homeless, food for the hungry, employment and shelter for veterans, housing for poor seniors, and a helping hand for struggling families.”

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A non-profit organization in Detroit, MI targeting women with and without children.

“Shelter Residents stay overnight and are provided meals and the opportunity to shower and receive new clothing items. Shelter Counselors do an assessment with each resident, encourage and help residents apply for services and take steps to help them meet long term needs, and assure that clients receive emergency medical or counseling needs.”

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Family Youth Interventions has always been the only organization of its kind in Macomb County. We work closely with counseling agencies, the Macomb County Juvenile Court, Children’s Protective Services, schools and psychiatric hospitals. We will accept young people from any county and have even assisted youth from out of state. Anyone can make a referral to any of our programs. We are non-profit organization and our programs are of no cost to our youth and families, however we do rely heavily on donations from families and the community so we can provide the best possible resources for our youth and families in need.


To learn more visit their website today.

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