“The King will reply, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25:40)
In this city, the capital of the free world, there live people who are hungry, who are weary, and who are tired. There are people who need help. Some are fighting to survive on streets just blocks away from the White House and Capitol Building. Least of These DC (LOTDC) recognizes the opportunity here and strives to connect servants willing to help with those seeking it.
LOTDC volunteers are committed to shine His light and share His love through service. We have asimple concept: tell us your needs, and we’ll find a way to assist you. Tell us your desire to serve, and we’ll find an avenue for you to use your talents.
We visit friends on the streets of DC every Thursday, come rain, snow, or shine. We’ll deliver food, water, clothing, and special requests we receive. Volunteers take routes through the city covering the areas of Union Station, Chinatown, and McPherson Square. Each week, LOTDC feeds an average of 100 people.
Anyone is welcome to see what LOTDC does on Thursdays! To join our email list for weekly updates on this ministry, email email@example.com OR show up on any Thursday night at 7:00pm at the Navy Memorial/Archives metro. Like us on Facebook and follow on Twitter @LeastofTheseDC.