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Feed a Family at Easter
February 14-March 23, 2018

How to help support an Easter Dinner

  •  $65.00– feeds a family of two 
  •  $80.00– feeds a family of four 
  •  $95.00– feeds a family of six 
  • Donations will be used to purchase dinners for families. 

Where to send my donation

  • Take a donation envelope, located in the pews or back of the church, and share the good news of Christ’s resurrection with someone in need! Make a donation in memory of a loved one or in honor of a special person in your life and they will be remembered at our Easter Liturgies.

Food Drive Collection

  • From February 14th until March 23rd, you can also help those in need this Christmas by donating canned goods and other products! 

What can you donate?

  • The following non-perishable food items are acceptable: 
    • Cereal, Macaroni & Cheese, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Rice Beans, Spaghetti, Juices, Powdered Milk, Snacks, Soups, Raisins, Granola and Power Bars, Canned Soups, Canned Fruits, Stuffing mix and Vegetables {e.g. canned tuna meat, canned meals (stews, chili), pasta sauce, canned tomatoes} 
  • Place in the barrels in the church vestibule. 
  • Health and Hygiene Items are also appreciated:
    • Travel Size Soaps, Toothbrushes & Toothpaste, Shampoo & Conditioner, Combs & Brushes, Feminine Hygiene Articles, Bandages & First-aid Supplies. 
  • Health Ministry will be collecting used  eyeglasses and hearing aids for the Lions Club during Lent. Collection containers will be in the Church vestibules, School lobby and the Parish Offices.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Thursday, March 22: Assemble cartons for Easter food boxes. Volunteers arrive at 3:30 PM, Parish Center Gymnasium
  • Friday, March 23: Pack the Easter food boxes. Volunteers arrive at 4:00 PM, Parish Center Gymnasium
  • Saturday, March 24: Distribution of the Easter Food Boxes Volunteers arrive at 7:00 AM, Parish Center Gymnasium

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