Occupy the Hood Boston, Blackstonian, Voices of Liberation, Scope Urban Apparel and many others are teaming up this weekend for the 4th Annual National Feed the People (FTP) Weekend in Boston. Using the funds we raised at Conscious Kulturez and Conscious Styles in addition to other funds raised by by the OTH Boston Food Drive, we will be providing food to people and families across the city. Please see the Blackstonian info below for complete details.
BOSTON Schedule – 4th Annual National Feed The People (FTP) Weekend March 24 & 25
Here is the plan….
On Sat. March 24th and Sun. March 25th
The Blackstonian and Occupy The Hood Boston is joining the efforts of the FTP Movement in its
4th Annual National Feed The People (FTP) Weekend
The mission is simple: We will spend these 2 days feeding those in need.
How will we do that?
On SATURDAY We will feed from a stationary location as a home base – Charles St. AME church 551 Warren St.
a) Beginning at 9am we will be at the Charles St. AME church preparing food and cooking.
If you are available to help please come ready to cut, chop, slice, package food, serve food, etc.
b) We will feed any needy or homeless people who come to Charles St. AME from 12 noon – 2 pm
c) All throughout the day and night we will be hand delivering meals throughout Boston to locations where there are homeless and needy people and hand deliver a plate to them. Please see video if you are confused http://youtu.be/4pXEl4AtN1k
On SUNDAY March 25
We will focus strictly on distributing food and will be hand delivering meals throughout Boston to locations where there are homeless and needy people and hand deliver a plate to them.
How can you get involved?
a) donate money or canned or non-perishable food items
b) If you cook your own dish (example: aluminum tray of mac & cheese)
please bring it to Charles St. AME between 11 am – 2 pm so we can portion it out and make plates.
c) Make deliveries: we need people with cars who are willing to drive around Boston to locations where there are homeless and needy people and hand deliver a plate to them.