Feast of Justice Programs
Feast of Justice supports clothing, educational, life skills, and counseling programs. These programs are suspended during the COVID-19 Response.
To Our Guests
We want to be kind to both our neighbors and our guests. In consideration of those who live in this community, we are modifying the times that guests can begin to line up for food distributions.
Guests should not stand in line or try to reserve a space prior to two hours before the food distribution. If you arrive earlier than two hours before the distribution time, you will be asked to leave and come back at the appropriate time.
While in line, please be kind to our neighbors. We ask that you please avoid contact with both surrounding vehicles and private properties and leave the area clear of litter.
We are increasing the number of guests that we serve each day. This should alleviate the need for guests to arrive early.
Updates to SNAP (Food Stamps) Benefits
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, there are several changes to SNAP that may affect you if you are already receiving benefits.
Food Delivery During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Are you unable to leave your home but still need the services of Feast of Justice? Apply here for home food delivery through Councilman Bobby Henon's office.
In partnership with Thomas Jefferson University, Feast of Justice will begin to offer free telehealth counseling sessions to our volunteers, staff, and guests as a way to provide support for stresses and anxieties associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
If you are interested, please leave a message on our counseling help line: 215-305-9824. We will connect you with a counselor who can meet with you over a secure phone line or on a secure video call.
Alternative City Resources
Special Note to Organizations:
If your organization needs food for seven or more people, you must first contact Feast of Justice and order in advance through firstname.lastname@example.org. You must wait for a response from us before coming to Feast of Justice to pick up food.