In Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the past 15 years, SSSIO volunteers have served hot vegetarian meals every month to 150 to 200 homeless people, including children. Working alongside other volunteers at Hope Works, a large non-profit organization that is dedicated to ending homelessness, they prepare and serve nutritious food such as cilantro rice, vegetables, organic green salad, beans, and dessert. They also distribute personal hygiene items including toiletries, infant supplies, scarves, and gloves.
In 2017, SSSIO volunteers started distributing about 100 packets of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, homemade cookies, and water bottles to the homeless at a nearby park. When the city started to clear the park due to increased drug activities in the area, it became unsafe for the volunteers to continue serving there. Volunteers then began to deliver about 30 packets of food to the homeless at Steel Bridge Ministries twice a week. Due to restrictions imposed by the pandemic, volunteers have been dropping off the items instead of distributing them in person.