The Dorothy Day House of Hospitality, Food Pantry, and Dorothy Day West are a loving, Christian community that shelters, nourishes, and empowers people who are homeless and hungry.
Our organization has a 35 year history of serving the hungry and homeless. The basic model can be attributed to Dorothy Day, a social activist in the early 1900s. She spoke out against war and human rights violations, peacefully picketing on behalf of the poor.
Since the Dorothy Day House of Hospitality opened its doors in 1983, hungry people have come to the house for meals and food. Because of the residential location of the house and number of people being served, a separate operation was needed for the food pantry.
The generosity of our volunteers and donors keeps us in action. Their support allows us to continue to shelter, nourish, and empower people who are homeless and hungry in the Fargo-Moorhead community. Whether you’re able to give your time, talent, or resources, you can make an incredible impact in our community!