Feeding South Florida Veterans, Eldery, Homeless and anyone who comes to us in Need
OVER 5000 PEOPLE FED EVERY MONTH!
Help Those Who Need It The Most
We service at least 5000 new and returning clients on a monthly basis. Donations improve and empower individuals, promoting the quality of life for low to moderate income individuals and at-risk families, elders and others.
Our Elders Need Help Now!
Help us provide food, disinfecting agents like hand sanitizer, bleach and more to our seniors in need. Please help to keep our elders safe and protected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for your generous donations!
Considering donating to our organization to help feed those in need. Your generosity and compassion make a significant impact on the lives of individuals and families who are experiencing food insecurity.
Curley's House Food Bank
Ms. Cuzzie “Curley” King
Cuzzie King, affectionately known as “Curley”. Mrs.King was a well renown cosmetologist and beauty salon owner in the Liberty City, Miami Dade county community areas for over 20 years before her demise in 1998. Curley was devoted to helping the less fortunate in the community embracing all with open arms.
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Read all about how we get involved with our community and leaders to ensure every mouth is fed. Support Curley’s House Food Bank and led a helping hand for those in need.
CURLEY’S HOUSE OF STYLE: FEEDING THE COMMUNITY
MIAMI – For many years, Lavern Elie-Scott sat under the tutelage of the late Curley “Cuzzie” King, a pioneering cosmetologist and beauty salon owner who recognized the economic depression in her community and tried to fill the gaps left by unemployment and illiteracy...
9Mile Music Festival
The 9 Mile Music Festival has provided over 3 million canned goods since it’s inception. Distributing them to homeless shelters and domestic centers throughout Miami; feeding families in need for months. For 24 years, the concert has required canned goods in addition...
Curley’s House Food Bank asks for help from Miami community
MIAMI (WSVN) - The Curley’s House of Style, Inc-Hope Relief Food Bank is reaching out to Miami community members for help. The organization, located in the area of Northwest 60th Street and Sixth Court, is known for helping out those who need assistance in tough...
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.
Our Volunteers are the driving force of Curley’s House and Hope Relief Food Banks. Our food pantry and meal programs could not function without our diligent volunteers offering their time. Students, if you need Community Service Hours, Curley’s house needs you!Please give us a call or email and we will gladly meet with you.
Every dollar you give can provide at least 10 meals to families in need through the Curley’s House of Style, Inc. and Hope Relief food banks. According to the 200 U.S. Census Bureau statistics, Miami is the 5th poorest large city in the United States and the residents of Liberty City/Model City are among the poorest in the nation. Our services supplement their food insecurity on a month-to-month basis. Many of the elderly cannot afford to pay rent, utilities, purchase adequate food or even much-needed medication. Every donation received ensures someone will be able to feed not only themselves but also children that are living in these conditions.
I moved to Miami about nine months ago. I still haven’t gotten my food stamps yet, I’m on disability so I have to stretch my money. Curley's House Food Bank help me.
Sometimes I don’t have for my kids so that’s why Curley’s is a big help for me and my kids. I appreciate everything they’ve done for me during this time that I’ve lived around this area.
At least you have these resources to help you out and at least help feed the kids. I'm very thankful!
We don’t just give them food alone. A lot of our clients need clothes and some of them are going on interviews and so we’re just a one stop shop
Assistant Executive Director, Laverne Holliday.
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