Current Donation Needs
"...Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me." Matthew 25:40
Current Opportunities to Donate
CANS FOR CARE
Please continue to support the Maine Township Food Pantry through weekly donations of food items. You can drop your donation at the Food Pantry (hours are 10-3, M-F), or any of these member homes: Each house will have a large, labeled Cans of Care.
Items needed for donation
BACKPACKS & SCHOOL SUPPLIES
We are partnering again with Maryville Academy and they need your help supporting families and students in their care. The Jen School, serves children in Maryville’s residential programs and students from the community with complex emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities. The children there need backpacks and school supplies.
Notebook paper (wide & college ruled), spiral notebooks, pocket folders, 3 ring binders, construction paper
Pens (black, blue, red), pencils and erasers (regular and mechanical), colored pencils, crayons, pencil cases
Note cards (ruled), journals, blunt Tip Scissors
PERSONAL CARE TOILETRIES & HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES
The Maryville Crisis Nursery, provides temporary emergency shelter for newborns through age six. The families supported here need everything from baby clothes to personal toiletries and household supplies.
Personal Care Toiletries - Deodorant, toothbrushes. toothpaste, baby wipes, hand sanitizer
Household Supplies - Clorox wipes, Bleach, Laundry detergent, fabric softener
To directly donate to the Crisis Nursery you can click on their Amazon Wish List. (And if you choose PRCC as your charity of choice via the Amazon Smile program, you can support us as well!) Or see below on where to drop off donations.
We continue to collect toiletries for the Chicago Bridge Project. The knitting knights have been busy knitting 100 soap sacks for the homeless. Additional supplies needed to include in toiletry kits are travel size shampoos and toothpaste, toothbrushes, disposable razors, and hand sanitizers/wipes.
Please open your hearts (and wallets) and donate what you are able. You can drop off your donations at PRCC on Sundays (a bin will be placed in the Park Place Room), or during Medical Lending hours Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, or drop of any donations any time at the following members’ homes:
Laura & Tim Lapp
Paula & Bob Mack
Marylynn & Dick Collentine
Tom and Cindy Klimmeck