Mriam’s Kitchen was founded back in 1983 in response to the large number of homeless people on the street. The program is collaboration between The George Washington University of Hillel Student Association, Western Presbyterian Church and the United Church. The program is based in Washington DC (Miriam’s Kitchen, 2010). The organization has been working to provide individualized services in order to address the causes and consequences of homelessness in an atmosphere that ensure dignity and respect. The organization identified the problems that homeless people were facing in accessing health meals and therefore it has designed homemade meals and other support services. The organization currently serves about 4,000 people (Miriam’s Kitchen, 2010). The organization provides its service through core support programs which include meals, case management, Miriam’s Studio, and Miriam’s Café. The founders of Miriam’s Kitchen believed that homeless people have a parallel life to what most other people lead. They can be classified as people in isolation since they are camped outside while we enjoy warm beds and the program aims at bringing them back to the society so that they can enjoy conform and experience normal life. The goal of the program is to bring back homeless people into the society where they can enjoy life and conform like rest of us. The mission of the program is to provide individualized services, which address the main causes and resulting consequences of homelessness in an atmosphere which is full of dignity and respect, by directly dealing with homeless people and through facilitating connections with Washington, DC.