Indomitable Women 4 Agape Life




During the current COVID-19 pandemic  still here providing assistance. Our main focus is to guarantee others in the community are provided with healthy meals. We're providing nutritional food and basic necessities to families in need. But, that can only be done with your help. 


On top of the pandemic described as "a crisis within a crisis", the homeless community is among one of the most vulnerable people now. Reaching and protecting people experiencing unsheltered homelessness during the COVID-19 outbreak will require coordination across several local sectors. To prevent negative outcomes from lack of services, community leaders should continue activities that protect people experiencing homelessness, including supporting continuity of homeless services, healthcare, behavioral health services, food pantries, and linkages to permanent housing.


The statistics are growing due to COVID-19, so what are you doing to contribute to the fight?


The #FeedMyPeople Program is designed to help by providing food and basic needs to families and individuals in a crisis.



IW4AL is currently in need of donation to help during COVID19 with food insecurities, basic needs and rent and utility assistance program. 

IW4AL is a nonprofit 501c3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.

IW4AL has several opportunities to volunteer through our Programs to serve the homeless. Find out how to contribute through Corporate Sponsorship and donations. It's time to "Get Involved".

IW4AL promotes personal growth of homeless and those at risk of homelessness, through the facilitation of positive social relationships, holistic lifestyle transformation, and spiritual enhancement activities.


Need Help?


Contact the Food Equity Council: PG County



If you have lost your job due to COVID19, please allow us to help you in your search! Click here: to participate in our Virtual R.I.S.E. Above program.


If you are not homeless yet, it may be possible to avoid becoming homeless by finding out about prevention or emergency assistance programs in your area. Often these programs can help in paying rent, utilities, or bills.

If you are homeless now, emergency assistance programs may help with health care, food, and temporary, transitional, or permanent housing.

Look below for assistance finding local resources!

In rural areas, prevention and/or emergency assistance programs may be operated by community action agencies (see the National Community Action Partnership web site).

If you are a teenager and are thinking about running away from home, or if you are already living on the streets, call the National Runaway Switchboard. The Switchboard is a toll free, confidential hotline. Dial 1-800-621-4000

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For more information email:

2204 Alice Avenue, #201

Oxon Hill, Maryland 20745