MEMBERS of the Fiji United Mission group took time out on Monday night to feed a group of poor people in Labasa Town.
These are people who are mentally challenged and homeless.
Group leader TJ Loloma said the weekly outreach program had become a success since the group started last year under the Youth Assembly of the Fiji Islands banner. Mr Loloma said youth leaders from different denominations had funded the weekly programs.
"On Monday night, we fed a group of people who face unfortunate challenges in life and the response was good.
"We believe it is our duty to help others who are in need and to share with them some food, counselling and guidance they might need.
"The youth leaders of the different denominations have mostly funded the weekly program where we also visit families living in squatter settlements and donate cartons of food," Mr Loloma said.
He applauded police support towards the program.
"We have the support of the deputy police commander north Superintendent Fulori Rainibogi and the Police Force that has given us a space at the market police post to conduct our community program."