CC Antya 6.216

siṁha-dvāre annārthī vaiṣṇave dekhiyā
pasārira ṭhāñi anna dena kṛpā ta’ kariyā
Word for word: 
siṁha-dvāre — at the Siṁha gate; anna-arthī — in need of some eatables; vaiṣṇave — Vaiṣṇavas; dekhiyā — seeing; pasārira ṭhāñi — from the shopkeepers; anna dena — deliver some eatables; kṛpā ta’ kariyā — out of mercy.
Translation: 
If they see a Vaiṣṇava standing at the Siṁha-dvāra begging alms, out of mercy they arrange with the shopkeepers to give him something to eat.