SUPER FEAST STRIVES TO IMPROVE HUNGER CRISIS IN AMERICA
Food security occurs when all members of a household have reliable access to food in sufficient quantity and quality to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. Given the important social value of food for humans; food and food sufficiency have been traditional topics of concern for our Annual Super Feast “The Nation’s Largest Feeding” where more than 50,000 homeless and underprivileged families are served during the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays.
THANKSGIVING & CHRISTMAS EVE
The SUPER FEAST is widely regarded as the “Nation’s Largest Feeding” and is held annually on Thanksgiving & Christmas Eve Day at the George R. Brown Convention Center, where thousands are served with not only traditional hot nutritious meals but also clothing, household items, shoes, blankets, coats, jackets, flu shots, medical examinations, food baskets, haircuts, new toys, and more.
Additionally, information is also available on affordable housing, educational and employment opportunities, where applicable information is also presented on City Wide’s Life-Recovery Programs and a path that ultimately leads to a way off the streets.
The Super Feast model has been organized in communities nationwide where local partners help us meet the specific needs of individuals and families who are in need during the Holiday Season at convention and community centers.