Feeding the Homeless

It is our desire to see this ministry nourish not only the physical needs, but the spiritual needs of those who are often forgotten.

Many of these people are children who have ran away or have aged out from the government centers and had nowhere else to go than the streets, some others are drug addicts or alcoholics that wander on the streets of San Salvador. We feed them all, we even feed prostitutes. When a person gets to this point in life it is hard to get out of it. We don’t hold back. You shouldn’t either. This is a tough ministry.

We go out late at night to feed the homeless this is the time they can find somewhere to sleep. We feed them whenever we can sometimes, we even receive enough donations to feed them three or four times a week, we drive around the city of san Salvador looking for homeless people. If you ever get to come with us, you’ll see how special this time is, we use this time to worship GOD, to say a little prayer for His peeps, to share His love. You’ll see how truly humbling this experience is, just to know that you’re helping the homeless have a dinner makes it completely worth it.

We ride on the back of a truck; we make around 150 – 200 bags of food. We don’t comeback with any, we have two runners for those homeless that are too drunk or too high to be able to walk or maybe it’s a disabled person, they are the ones running and delivering the food. But wait, you will also have people come to the truck and you can hand them the bag of food.

We are one of the very few that do this in El Salvador and it’s because almost no one believes that these people deserve another opportunity, they’re on the lowest point in their lives but we believe God can change their lives, it’s hard to see a kid we used to work with at the centers wandering in the streets, cleaning windshields to make a living and get a high. That’s what happens when they have no one or nowhere to live.

Feeding the Homeless

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Bible Study

Also known as CBS program short for “Community Bible Studies” through this program we’ve been able to share the gospel in many different orphanages both government and private ones. We visit them at least once a week, teaching them about the love and grace of Jesus. We also include our transition houses in this program, we have a weekly devotional with all of them on Sundays.

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Centers we minister in

We work with the main orphanages in El Salvador, like CISNA, San Martin (Special Needs), San Vicente de Paul, Guirola and many more centers, both public and private. We also minister in juvenile prisons. We share the word of God with them, we do fun activities, sometimes we even get to take them out on a fun trip to places like the beach, bowling, movies or whatever we know they will like.

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Transition Homes

The project began in 2012, as one of the projects for Sus Hijos / His Children Foundation, supporting young adults and teenagers from both public and private children protection centers across El Salvador. When these teenagers turn eighteen, they are required to leave the centers where they have been most of their lives, forcing them into independence and a reality very different from what they are used to.

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House Building Program

The main objective of the project is to provide a wood House or a concrete House for a family at risk of separating; when the government determines that a family doesn’t meet the minimum criteria for good living conditions for the Child, he or she is considered to be taken away from their family to live in the orphanages.
That’s when we come in.
We build house thanks to the donations we receive from our donors, which God has always used to bless these lives.

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Feeding the Homeless

It is our desire to see this ministry nourish not only the physical needs, but the spiritual needs of those who are often forgotten. Many of these are children who have run away or have reached the limit age to remain in the government centers and didn’t have elsewhere to go.
We feed around 200 people in a run, we feed everyone on the streets: prostitutes, children, drunk and addicts. We don’t hold back, you shouldn’t either.

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Cosmetology School

The cosmetology school project, born in the heart of our founder, was named to honor his mother’s salon: “You’re someone special” in Hampton, Virginia and was named after the phrase she always used when evangelizing.
This project teaches 6 different foster care centers. They receive classes throughout the week in 8 different classes, depending on the level of practice they have. They start from the very basics from how to use a hairdryer, wash hair, cut hair to a lot more.

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Mission Trips

Come serve with us, we work for the Lord, we work for His Children. We take short- and long-term missioners, sometimes is a team from a Church, School or just a group of friends. You’ll serve along Sus Hijos / His Children Foundation staff and help us with the orphans, communities and our programs in El Salvador. We can help you come and set up a budget or maybe even help you on a fundraiser for your mission trip.

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Events

Our foundation prepares different events during the whole year, one day we would be making animal balloons with the kids or another day we would be all dressing up to celebrate a special moment. While most of these events are for the orphans in the centers, we would also have special celebrations for specific times of the year where we would have the States Diner restaurant prepare something special for its customers.

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Culinary Program

This is our biggest program so far, is a culinary school which includes States Diner restaurant, States Bakes Bakery, States Cafe Cafeteria that allow us to provide a job and most of the times a first job experience for these young boys and girls between the ages of 18 to 22 at risk who aged out of ISNA care (government institution) that are interested in culinary skills.

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Bible Study

Centers we minister in

Transition Homes

House Building

Feeding the Homeless

Cosmetology School

Mission Trips

Events

Culinary Program

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