PO Box 9510 Wilmington De 19809-9510 FSBInitiative@gmail.com (302) 397-1126

Our Mission

The FSB Initiative is a 501c3 non-profit organization that has one simple mission, help homeless Veterans off the street and on their feet! Our President was a homeless veteran in 2016. He was in a program that really helped him get back on his feet and then transferred to a program in Delaware that was not doing what it needed to for our Veterans. He vowed to start a program that would really make a difference in a homeless Veterans’ life. Our ultimate goal is to have our own shelter.

We go out into the homeless community and help homeless veterans with clothing, hygiene, food, and any other comforts we can give. However, the help does not stop there. We work with them if they have addictions and offer to get them into treatment if they desire. FSB can help get them shelter, employment, and other services. A homeless veteran qualifies for care through the VA even if it is not service-connected. As long as they are under the care of a program they will get the medical help they need!

Without the help of donors, we cannot complete our mission. We are working on items that can be purchased and 100% of it goes to help us help our Veterans who we owe a debt of gratitude that can not be repaid. There are no paid employees so 100% of all donations go to help men, women and their children if needed get off the street and on their feet.

We currently work with homeless veterans from Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania and hope to expand beyond that. With your HELP we can and will help put a major dent in the homeless epidemic. – Thank you


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5 days ago

FSB Initiative

Today the FSB received an amazing donation from the family of Walter C. Ames (U.S. Army Veteran). He passed away two weeks ago and he was a major prepper and his family wanted to donated all his food to the FSB. We picked up 45 boxes today of freeze dried foods and other canned goods.

With what is going on with the virus and how many families are affected we have decided that it NEEDS to go to anyone, not just Veterans who are in need. We ask that if you know of any groups / kitchens / shelters that are in need please tag them in this post on their wall or contact them. If you are in the MD, DE, PA or VA area we want to help. We currently have it stored in Harve de Grace MD and would like to have it all picked up next Saturday (4/4/2020). Details on how to pick up will be posted during the week but we do need to have it all picked up.

I would like to personally thank John Good, Chris Stone, Steve Turnbaugh for their volunteering their time and vehicles to transport these items. I would also like to thank our CSM for allowing us to store this temporarily until we can get it distributed out.

We are honored and humbled to receive this donation and know that it will all go to those who need it most.
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We still have approximately 25 boxes not counted for. There has to be people that know families that need food. And again it is not just for Veterans. We want to help anyone who is in need.

Please make sure you tag any groups/kitchens/shelters and or individuals in PA,NJ,MD who could use these freeze dried goods. There is also rice. beans. noodles.etc to go along with those meals. I have pulled a few boxes for the one shelter that I know could use these and they are going to be dropped off there today.

Thank you for the post

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Very well done folks!

Well done!!!

Tommy Do you know anyone who needs food?

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1 week ago

FSB Initiative

To those that are new to the page we say WELCOME and Thank you for liking and sharing our page. Below is a copy of our mission. Please take a moment and read it and please consider sharing our page and help us help our homeless brothers and sisters off the street and on their feet. - Thank you.

Our Mission:
The FSB Initiative is a 501c3 non profit organization that has one simple mission, help homeless Veterans off the street and on their feet! Our President was a homeless veteran in 2016. He was in a program that really helped him get back on his feet and then transferred to a program in Delaware that was not doing what it needed to for our Veterans. He vowed to start a program that would really make a difference in a homeless Veterans life. Our ultimate goal is to have our own shelter.
We go out into to the homeless community and help the homeless veterans with clothing, hygiene, food, and any other comforts we can give. However, the help does not stop there. We work with them if they have addictions and offer to get them into treatment if they desire. FSB can help get them shelter, employment and other services. A homeless veteran qualifies for care through the VA even if it is not service connected. As long as they are under the care of a program they will get the medical help they need!

Without the help of donors we cannot complete our mission. We are working on items that can be purchased and 100% of it goes to help us help our Veterans who we owe a debt of gratitude that can not be repaid. There are no paid employees so 100% of all donations goes to help men, women and their children if needed get off the street and on their feet.
We currently work with homeless veterans from Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania and New Jersey and hope to expand beyond that. With your HELP we can and will help put a major dent in the homeless epidemic. - Thank you
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2 weeks ago

FSB Initiative

Just a quick update. IF any of the shelters call us we have a plan in place to ensure that they get a cold weather bag and hygiene. We will continue to provide any services we can even with this pandemic. - We are going to be dropping off two bags Monday with a plan in place for minimal contact. ... See MoreSee Less

Just a quick update. IF any of the shelters call us we have a plan in place to ensure that they get a cold weather bag and hygiene. We will continue to provide any services we can even with this pandemic. - We are going to be dropping off two bags Monday with a plan in place for minimal contact.