Sabatini Custom Tailor donates 10% of all sales to Help End The Hunger.
HELP END THE HUNGER IN OUR WORLD
There are too many people in the world suffering from hunger and poverty.
According to reports from the United Nations and the World Health Organization, about 828 million people suffered from hunger in 2021, an increase of approximately 46 million since 2020 and 150 million since the outbreak of COVID-19.
The World Bank reported about 9.2% of the world’s population live in extreme poverty.
To help provide food and shelter and other assistance to those in need in the United States and around the world.
To fulfill God’s mission to help each other.
Speaker of the House Jim Wright was a great help to Sabatini request to fix Washington, D.C. Homeless Shelter facility.
Dr. Patch Adams – his dream to have free hospital and free medicine for the needy.
Muhammad Ali with Palestinian child while helping the needy and the homeless.
Magnificent actor Martin Sheen and Sabatini marching for the homeless in Washington, D.C. during the Reagan administration.
How You Can Help
Remember that we have been created by merciful God and one of life’s purposes is to help one another and respond kindly to the needy. This is a humble effort to help the homeless and needy children, single mothers, needy families and homeless shelters in the United States and around the world.
This is a truly sincere way to help others with your donation. Your donation is not tax deductible. There are no organization fees; 100% of your donation goes to assist others.
Please click on the link to learn more and donate to help others. Every amount helps others. All expenses associated with providing the funds to the needy are absorbed by Izak and Suzi Sabatini.
During President Reagan’s term, Sabatini went to the Speaker of the House Jim Wright, a customer and friend, and asked him to help with the Washington, DC shelter. Jim Wright went to the shelter and arranged for the shelter to receive new mattresses, beds, and sheets.
Congressman Mickey Leland, the founder of Help End Hunger, in 1989 after collecting funds from several people and organizations, including Izak Sabatini and Muhammad Ali. He was then blessed by God to fulfill his dream and flew to Africa to assist the hungry. Unfortunately, Congressman Leland died in a plane crash returning from Ethiopia.
The founder of Help End Hunger, Congressman Mickey Leland, and Sabatini discussing Congressman Leland’s dream for his upcoming trip to Africa to serve the hungry.
Sabatini with President Jimmy Carter, a great humanitarian.
During that time, we lost Mitch Snyder, who headed the establishment of the Homeless Shelter in Washington, D.C. He had spent many years as a supporter for D.C.’s Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV), a homeless advocacy organization.
In the 1980’s, Izak Sabatini began his fight for human rights. Here he is at the Human Rights section of the United Nations to defend the needy and the hungry.
“Service to others is the rent we pay for our room in the Hereafter.” – Muhammad Ali
Sabatini cooking for the homeless in Washington, DC.
Congressman Mazzoli of Kentucky, his wife Helen, Sabatini and his son. Muhammad Ali worked with Congressman Mazzoli to help the needy.