For the past 11 years, we had been meeting a block south of the Salvation Army on Florida Ave, but we have been so fortunate to be given access to the private lot of my dear friends and huge supporters of NOSA, Harvey and Cherie Schonbrun and Family located at: 1802 N Morgan Street, Tampa, Fl. 33602. (The Law Firm of Harvey Schonbrun PA). On the mornings of Thanksgiving and Christmas morning, we ask volunteers to show up between 9:15 and 9:30AM. We will set up all of the clothing displays, etc and then aim to start distributing directly to the homeless by approximately 10AM. We typically wrap up around 1:30PM, but people are free to spend as little or as much time as they so choose, as they are holiday’s and we understand that you all have other familial obligations.
The No Strings Attached mission is to show love to those Tampa Bay residents in need by distributing clothing and toiletries every year on Thanksgiving and Christmas mornings. By collecting these items through private and corporate donations, our sole purpose is to restore hope and dignity to those in need. Guided by our faith and through fellowship and friendship, No Strings volunteers distribute collected items to our brothers and sisters with empathy, understanding and respect.
Over 2000 individuals in Tampa homeless needing help, supplies and hope
We mark success by the number of people we impact and how we are able to help them
Entirely done out of service, those we help and those that help us will never owe us
Luke 12:48: "To whom much is given, much will be required"
The No Strings attached Ministry strives to make a significant and lasting impact on the lives of the less fortunate in our community through the collection and distribution of essential clothing and toiletry items, thereby restoring respect and hope through love and fellowship.
"Welcome to No Strings Attached! The plight of the Homeless has always been something that has tugged on my heart strings. I am that person who drives up to a red light and is heartbroken every time I see someone standing on the corner. Every set of eyes tells a different story, and it’s one that I want to know. In early November of 2007, I woke up particularly thankful for all of my . . ."Read more
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