Thank You!

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We wish to thank our generous donors and volunteers who help us to help others. Feed My Peeps serves in the Metro St. Louis Area, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Northern California. We don’t have a paid staff but we do have an amazing network that make the method to our madness happen.

We bless foster families, at-risk teens, Veterans, families with limited resources, soup kitchens, food pantries and our homeless friends. We offer a hand up, hope and hugs to those in need. We love so radically that they wonder why.

We appreciate the big embrace and may God bless you.

In His Love,

Tracey and Jaxs

WASHINGTON DC OUTREACH

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FEED MY PEEPS takes a team of loving volunteers into Washington, DC monthly.  We offer hugs, hope and a hand up to those in need.  We serve clothes, food, toiletries, shoes and even stuffed animals to our homeless friends in Franklin Square.  We share the love of Christ to the lost.  We would love your help?  Can you host a jeans drive for us?  Jeans are Gold.  We’re always seeking bottled water and prepacked snacks.  Jump in and join us for street outreach.  You really can’t put a price tag on compassion.  Please contact Jaxs at 314-452-8578 for dates and more information.

DC OUTREACH Team

Little Girl & baby doll in DC

WELCOME JENNIFER YOUNG

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We’re proud to introduce Jennifer Young to the FEED MY PEEPS family.  She will help lead us in our outreach efforts in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC.

Jennifer is a nutrition and health expert based in Virginia.  Her focus is on maintaining wellness through natural means and supplementation on resolving issues, such as, gastrointestinal distress, autoimmune distress and food allergies.  Her skills are also sought by athletes and parents  who participate in competitive sports.  Her clientele is diverse, as almost anyone can benefit from her knowledge and services.

Jennifer is passionate to help the homeless community and those struggling with abusive relationships.  Jennifer knows first hand how to be a survivor and is fortunate to help in local outreach efforts, civic groups and food pantries.  She has a heart for philanthropy.

Congratulations and Welcome!

HOW WE STARTED IN AFRICA

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God gave me FEED MY PEEPS on a mountain in Kenya Africa 2011.  We had no idea that this special boy named James Koech would change our lives forever.  God wanted Koech more.  He passed away after returning to his family in Africa.  We serve now in three states because Koech showed me hungry kids and little ones with no clothes in the remote areas of Kenya.  God has no boundaries.  We serve because of Koech and Matthew 25:35.  Please read more about our testimony with Koech by clicking on “WHO WE ARE.”koech village parae

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Birthday Cake in Kenya

Orphans in Africa

Praise Report

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I met a special person at a homeless camp in Northern Virginia not long ago that had made some poor decisions. This person worked really hard to stay focused and finally landed gainful employment. We have a great team that has offered this dear person a hand up and not a hand out.  I moved this wonderful friend from a tent and a tarp to a secure roof with a real bathroom today. This friend loves the Lord and has a fresh start. Homelessness has no zip code. Homelessness doesn’t mean hopelessness. I’m so grateful to be part of the journey to plant seeds and watch God harvest exceedingly and abundantly. Keep on Serving, Jaxs

Welcome New Board Member Holly Cunningham

 

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FEED MY PEEPS is honored to welcome our new Board Member Holly Cunningham. In 2001, St. Louis native Holly Cunningham launched Hollyberry Catering. Under her leadership, the company has grown to become one of the largest catering companies in the St. Louis area, according to St. Louis Business Journal, and is the preferred caterer at more than 30 top area venues.

Holly is committed to the St. Louis community. During the 2010 and 2009 holiday seasons, she partnered with St. Patrick’s Center and its BEGIN New Venture Center to create the “Gifts that Give Back!” Program. In 2008, Holly established a mentoring program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters. In 2012, Hollyberry partnered with SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and Dierbergs Market, Inc. to create “Home Run Bars,” an all-natural, made-from-scratch bar that was the official snack of the 2012 “Homers for Health” initiative.

Holly has been named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s prestigious “40 under 40” list, as well as its “30 under 30” list. She is a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, a society of professional women leaders in the field of food. Hollyberry has been featured in Paula Dean’s Holiday Baking collector’s edition, Hollyberry cookies have been featured on The Rachael Ray Show as the “Snack of the Day” and named “best” by St. Louis Magazine. Holly was the 2002 Small Business Administration’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year and is a past finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

Holly and her husband, Guy, are parents to twin, “tween” daughters, Genevieve and Isabelle. Together they enjoyed participating in a variety of family activities including spending time in the country, sailing and fitness.