Christmas Eve falls three weeks from today.

In three weeks, we hope to deliver $100 each to 50 homeless men and women—some of them having a dog or two with them—who spend our frigid Canadian nights out of doors and don’t know how they’re going to eat from day to day.

For reasons unknown to us and none of our business anyway, they don’t make it into the shelters or the soup kitchens.

It is especially disheartening to them to see the well-dressed and the well-fed hurrying by on their way to church, to a family dinner, to a pricey restaurant, to a party…while they go hungry on Christmas Eve.

In the two and a half weeks since the Nativity Fast started, we haven’t quite reached 20% of our goal yet.

Can you fit $5, $10, $50, $100, $500 to feed the hungry into your Christmas budget this year?

In past years, several thousands of readers have seen our Feed the Homeless on Christmas appeal over the course of the Nativity Fast, yet only three or four dozen responded. Can you help this year?

Please help us help.

Click here to contribute to Orthodoxy in Dialogue’s 3rd Annual Feed the Homeless on Christmas Campaign