What is FoodClique Support Initiative about?
We are a registered Non-Profit Charity Organization (CAC/IT/NO/54151) that stores and distribute purchased or donated perishable and non-perishable foods to hungry kids, pensioners, destitutes, disabled, homeless, working poor and low-income families and the food insecure people through community outreach and partnership with other agencies..
How does FoodClique get food?
We get foods from donors and companies who donate to us. We also buy food from wholesaler to meet up with growing demands.
How is the food distributed?
When food arrives, we inspect, sort, repack and keep in our make shift store pending distribution to the less privileged.
Is it true that services are free?
Yes, all the foods we give are free of charge. This is made possible by donations from Individuals, community members and caring companies.
Who are the people being served by FoodClique?
We serves families and individuals in need in of food. Individuals of all ages, genders, races and background .
Do I need a document to qualify?
All a clients' need is to visit or attend any of our outreach. Currently we cannot do home delivery because of limited staff and volunteers.
How is FoodClique funded?
Most contributions come through private donations, along with corporate support , Ambassadors and the Board of trustee.
What items do you accept for donation?
We accept perishable and non-perishable foods. We do not accept prepared food from private individuals except with approvals.
Do you assist with payments for rent or provide temporary housing?
Foodclique does not assist with housing assistance, but we operate an "After hunger rehabilitation program" a skill acquisition program to assist our beneficiaries .
How can I find out latest Update about FoodClique ?
Join our e-newsletter or request a copy of our monthly newsletter or through Facebook and Twitter.
How do I volunteer?
Information on becoming a volunteer is located on the Volunteer page but you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with VOLUNTEER as subject.