From Santa Fe, New Mexico. A small project to provide quality articles to those in need. Also, we created and sponsor this global hub site.
This is the YouTube video that inspired many Homeless Backpack Projects, large and small. Thank you to this Tacoma, Washington couple.
A Washington, D.C. project working with local companies to obtain surplus food. They distribute food to economically disadvantaged populations through four separate programs in the D.C. area.
This is a comprehensive backpack project from the State of Washington focusing on helping teens. There is a lot of opportunity for the community to chip in and help.
A Twin Cities, Minnesota project giving away backpacks filled with survival supplies during the winter to provide a genuine demonstration of love, kindness and compassion.
Burners Without Borders Detroit is a direct action outreach organization that serves our homeless population by providing them much needed supplies to survive the cold, harsh winter on the streets.
An excellent, well-thought-out, practical guide to creating your own Homeless Backpack Project with printable lists and photos.
A Hilton Head Island, South Carolina project providing shelf sustainable, nutritiously sound meals that children can take home for the weekend.
A peninsula communities, Washington backpack project to ensure that those who need food on the weekends have access to nutritious and easy-to-prepare meals.
An Arizona project to get people to challenge two other people to purchase a backpack and fill it with specific items.
A San Francisco Bay area project distributing 5000 backpacks yearly to help the homeless get through the winters.
In New York City, we strive to provide as many children as possible with the right tools to start the school year off right.
A New Jersey project that provides homeless veterans with the basic life essentials that they cannot provide for themselves.
A Northport, Florida project to collect and distribute personal hygiene products to those who have direct contact with homeless and needy children.
A north Florida collaboration of business and community to stamp out hunger among school-age children.