- Chris Woods Feed Your City EventOrdinary People International was invited to partner with The Chris Woods Foundation to participate in a “FREE GROCERIES” event on October 17, 2020. Celebrities who financially supported this event… Continue reading Chris Woods Feed Your City Event
- Donation from StarbucksStarbucks donation of a total of 215 cases of Orange Defense Up Juice, Super Fruit Green Juice, Orange Juice and Siggi’s Yogurt valued at $2,786.00
- Christmas 2019 donation from Faith United Methodists ChurchChristmas 2019 donation of groceries from Faith United Methodists Church in Orland Park.
Becoming an ‘essential’ organization during COVID-19
Since March of 2020 OPI has become an “essential” organization and has received numerous donations from various entities during our country’s disaster crisis. OPI donated the following items to local non-profit organizations, food pantries, individuals and families:
Feed the Children donated personal hygiene items (hand sanitizer, body wash, kids bubble bath, cocoa butter vaseline, adult diapers, and L’oreal Pure Sugar Facial Scrub. These items were valued at $77,179.00.
Apostolic Faith Church (Bishop Horace Smith, Pastor) has partnered with OPI to distribute food boxes to the community. To date, we distributed over 500 boxes.
OPI was one of 36 non-profit organizations selected to receive funding ($3,000) from The University of Chicago to provide care packages for 30 seniors.
Ordinary People International’s Father’s Day 2016
On Sunday, May 1, 2016, Ordinary People International donated snacks, nutritional treats, and prizes to New Life Church (Pastor John Hannah) Unity Service Sunday School kids. Over 140 children were the recipients of these amazing gifts that were distributed by their teachers Tiffany Smith and Lahaji Thomas.
Ordinary People International’s Father’s Day 2015
Ordinary People International’s 2015 Toy Drive Giveaway
Ordinary People International spread holiday cheer at Colony All Nation Pentecostal Church by distributing toys for children that were donated during the recent Toy Drive.
OPI volunteers distribute personal hygiene products, toiletrees, and beverages donated by the Children’s Hunger Fund to the toy recipients and community members on 79th Street.