Starting 5/2 the Micah Center will offer breakfast and lunch 3 days a week.
In order to provide our homeless population with these meals, we rely on donations.
Needs are: regular coffee, cold cereal, peanut butter, jelly, lunch meat, kool-aid, sugar, ketchup,
mustard, mayonnaise, paper cups, paper plates, and styrofoam bowls.
We are also in need of cleaning supplies like Mr. Clean, Comet cleanser, 409, etc.
Items can be dropped off at the Micah Center, 700 E. Walnut – 9-4 M-Th and 12 noon on Fri.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
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Music that Inspires!
Ecumenical Partnership for Housing (EPH)
Through collaboration between sixteen area churches and The Salvation Army, homeless families receive shelter, case management, mentorship, education support, and budget counseling.
EPH is a comprehensive, all-encompassing program to help homeless families transition from a life of turmoil, turbulence and dependency to a life of hope, stability and self-sufficiency.
Working Together to Assist Those in Need
REACH (Regional Ecumenical Assistance Community of Hope)
REACH is a collaborative effort between churches and nonprofit organizations to ensure
that people in need in our community are receiving the best possible care and outcomes.
Collaborative partners to date are:
Brown County United Way, Ecumenical Partnership for Housing, LSS Wellspring, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, St. Vincent de Paul, The Salvation Army, Trinity Lutheran Church.
One of the goals of this collaboration, and key to the success of REACH, is to expand the network by bringing together even more churches and nonprofit organizations in the greater Green Bay community. Our meeting on 6/23 went very well with great attendance. Feedback was positive….
We hope to get new partners… Stay Tuned….