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In Kind - you can donate clothing, furniture, food, etc. to us and deliver to our Ellerslie Pen offices in Spanish Town, St. Catherine. You can also make a donation to our NCB account online.View More
We have events and functions every year to help the poor in many ways. Just coming out to show your support at any or all of these events is greatly appreciated.View More
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Have a look at our gallery, see what we do. Always feel free to donate to help our cause.
Donating helps in many ways, as you can see we support many causes. You can donate and let us know what you want your money to go towards and we will put it into the respective fund. It doesn't have to be money either we accept donations of all kind.
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The Windsor Castle community in St Mary has been enjoying increased success in its farming industry, thanks to much-needed support...Read More
Read What Our Donors and Recipients Say About Us
It's really great that Food For The Poor is stepping up to help more people overcome poverty. It is a cause that's near to my heart as a Jamaican, and I'm happy to be part of something so special, including giving back to my country.Yohan Blake -Olympic Medal Winner
Building homes for the poor in Jamaica has always been part of the mission of St. Joseph Academy. The Academy has been partnering with FFP for the past 13 years and each mission trip involves building homes for the destitute. We continue to partner with FFP because its always a fulfilling experience to be able to improve the lives of the less fortunate and we are indeed happy to have assisted Mr. Lewis and his children.Deacon Bryan Ott. -Campus Minister @ St. Joseph Academy, United States
I believe that God has sent an angel in the form of Food For The Poor. I prayed and believed God for a miracle and He has delivered the help. Right now I feel so happy...to know that there are people out there who care for us...all along we thought no one would help, but thank God for Food For The Poor.Leisha Griffiths -Destitute Mother of four from Bybrook