We run an extremely lean organization, so we depend on and appreciate our volunteers and donors greatly. We could not do this without YOU.

FOOD and CLOTHING DONATIONS

IMG_6172Non-perishable food items can be dropped off during regular business hours. We try to maintain a stock of the following, but all donations are welcome:

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We gladly accept children’s clothing in good condition anytime during our regular business hours. Our focus is children’s clothing because there are many other options available for adult-sized clothing and we simply do not have the resources to process the adult clothing.

Please do not leave food or clothing outside our doors when nobody is available to receive them. (The neighborhood animals and elements are not kind to them and they then do us no good).

HOST a FOOD DRIVE

Would your business, school, church, organization or event be willing host a food drive to help supply Community Ministry’s needs? Contact us today to get details and help to set it up.

GardeningGARDEN SHARING

There are a number of ways you can help us provide fresh produce during the gardening season. Join a local gardening group like “The Table” that shares a portion of their crops with us. Volunteer to work in one of the donated garden spaces or donate your own space. Or even donate a portion of what you’ve raised in your own garden. Be assured our clients love to get fresh vegetables for their tables!

VOLUNTEER when it works for YOU

Whether you have a special skill that would benefit us or just have time to give, contact one of our staff or send us an email of your interest. We can train you … or maybe you can train us! We cannot do this work without your help.

Even with the volunteered time and donated food and clothing, we still buy food to provide a well-balanced selection to our clients. Usually we are able to get bulk discounted items to make our dollars stretch as far as possible. We are worth your investment.

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Getting Involved

Updated on 2015-08-03T20:13:53+00:00, by Phil Neufeld.