You, dear lady, have no obligation to feed the poor, any more than a duty to feed the fish in the sea.
You, free son of individualism, are unbounded and unaccountable. Care for others because they are sick, or impaired is, as you wish.
Foster no expectation of aid. If some driver knocks over a child on a roadway, you may without compunction, carefully manoeuvre around the heaving, mangled body and continue on your journey. Strictly as written, nothing in the above is illegal.
As to chronic, generational poverty, you didn’t create it and it’s not your business fixing. Sure, there are bleeding heart, rich people who would gladly help. The problem is, they have never seen the poor and don’t know they are there. A few might have heard of them and would readily help, if only they knew where to find them.
How could they have in mind images of the working poor, the homeless-working poor or the abandoned, sick, addicted, aged poor, who chose to occupy spaces that highways loop away from?