Donations To The Food Bank
Non-perishable donations to the Food Bank can be placed in the wicker baskets in the Narthex. Perishable donations can be made directly to the food bank during operating hours or by appointment. And donations receipts are available upon request.
If you prefer to make a financial donation please write “food bank” on your check or donation envelope and drop it off at the hurch.
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St Stephens Care Center Food Pantry
Catholic Charities can help with basic needs while you work toward self-sufficiency. St. Stephens CARE Center provides Compassion, Aid, Respect, and Empowerment to those who need us most.
St. Stephens CARE Center is a client-choice food pantry for those who need us most. Clients can shop for food just like a grocery store, but they checkout for free, providing dignity to all.
Our food pantry provides immediate food assistance including canned goods, dry goods, dairy products, meat, bread and pastries, and even fresh, organic produce from our own St. Phocas Garden. Diapers are also available for clients.
In addition to food and clothing, we are also distributing box fans for Project Cool, a program that provides free box fans to seniors in an effort to provide heat relief and prevent heat-related illness during the hot summer months.
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St Stephen’s Food Bank
ST. STEPHEN’S FOOD BANK. In 2022 a branch of Davenport’s River Bend Food Bank, St. Stephen’s Food Bank was co-founded in 1982 by John J. ROLLING and Steve Jacobs. Rolling had observed the opening of a food pantry in Yuma, Arizona and returned to Dubuque with the idea of starting one here. In cooperation with the DUBUQUE RESCUE MISSION, St. Stephen’s opened in a small part of the mission and offered food to anyone in need.
In 2014 St. Stephen’s Food Bank served agencies in Jo Daviess County, Illinois Grant County, Wisconsin and Dubuque, Clayton, Delaware, Jackson, and Jones counties in Iowa. Vans and trucks from the food bank’s 110 partner agencies picked up food to be distributed to their clients through food pantries, care centers, scout troops and senior meal sites.
As an example used in the Telegraph Herald indicated, purchasers for food pantries such as one operated by the ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY could purchase from St. Stephen’s 518 pounds of food worth $896 if purchased at retail prices for $64.22. A per pound handling fee covered St. Stephen’s costs.
In 2013 the Iowa Emergency Food Purchase Program was funded by the Iowa Legislature. It provided a dollar-for-dollar match to each food bank according to its distribution numbers. In 2014 St. Stephen’s received $25,000. The funds had to be used to buy nutritious food products and food donated by companies and by the public.
Society Of St Vincent De Paul San Diego Council
- Address31020 Cole Grade RdValley Center, CA 92082
- Area Served:Pauma Valley Valley Center
- Application Process:Call for appointment Walk-in for appointment
- Eligibility Requirements:Residents in Pauma Valley and Valley Center. Driver’s license Proof of identification
- Payment/Insurance Accepted:Please contact provider for accepted forms of payment.
- Transportation:Not accessible by public transit
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How To Receive Help
1. Give Us a CallClients may call 608.441.1123 Monday through Thursday between 8-10AM on the day they wish to shop.
2. Setup Your AppointmentAppointments are required. We regret that we cannot guarantee the ability to accommodate walk-ins.
3. Get Your FoodShopping hours are 11:00AM-1PM Monday through Thursday each week. Clients may come to the Pantry once every 14 days.
About St Stephen’s Food Pantry
Since 1978, this pantry has provided food for thousands of families throughout Monona and the greater Madison area. St. Stephens offers a choice pantry, which means that clients do their own shopping, selecting only the items they will use. We believe giving people choice honors our clients dignity and eliminates the waste of unused items.
COVID-19 Update: During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the St. Stephens Food Pantry is open for PICKUP by reservation only, M-TH, 11:30-1pm. Call 608.441.1123 to make your appointment, M-TH from 8 until 10 am.
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From Birth Through High School
St. Stephen’s Church has an active ministry for children and youth, staffed by an energetic and talented family ministries staff and dedicated, well-trained volunteers. Our family ministry staff sends an email newsletter to parents for which you may sign up.
Our main offering for young children is Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. For youth in grades 6-12, we use Journey to Adulthood. Both are highly regarded spiritual formation approaches.
We also strive to provide opportunities for parents to learn, grow, and receive support from other parents and from our clergy.
Holy Baptism is available for babies, children, and adults. Read more about Baptism and preparation here.
At St. Stephen’s, young people who desire to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church may enter the preparation process in the ninth grade or later. Confirmation takes place when one of our bishops visits St. Stephen’s, usually in May.
Young adults–single or partnered, with children or not, in college or working–are invited to take part in everything St. Stephen’s has to offer, from worship to small groups, choirs to Sunday Community suppers, from outreach and volunteer activities to our environmental stewardship group.
We have tagged 20s and 30s as “young adulthood” but many who participate in young adult activities are in their 40s. The bottom line is, no one will ask you your age–if you think of yourself as a young adult, so do we!
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Lcs Food Pantry At St Stephen’s
St. Stephen’s partners with Lutheran Community Servicesto distribute food. The LCS Food Pantry is the largest volume Lutheran food pantry in the state of Delaware. It provides three days of emergency food provisions for 800-1,000 families each month, 2,500-3,000 people.
Approximately 200 volunteers staff the pantry, stock the shelves, pack bags for distribution, accept deliveries and clean the facilities. Volunteers come from local churches, the community, schools, autism support programs, and community service programs.
The LCS Food Pantry at St. Stephen’s is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9 a.m. – noon, and Wednesday, 5-7 pm. Pre-registration is needed for this program. Clients can apply during pantry hours. Please bring a photo ID and proof of Delaware residency for the head of the household and IDs for other household members. Medicaid, birth certificates, and school IDs are accepted for children. Clients may visit one LCS food pantry per week.
The food pantry is closed on major holidays. Please click here for the holiday schedule. The pantry is closed when the public schools close due to inclement weather.
Food donations and volunteers are always welcome. We need peanut butter, baby food, baby wipes, and size 4, 5, and 6 diapers. Thank you for your generosity!
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church
About The Culpeper Food Closet
The Culpeper Food Closet provides food and personal care items to Culpeper families, individuals, and seniors in need of assistance. An outreach ministry of St. Stephens Episcopal Church, it began in 1984 and operates as a full community effort, through the dedicated work of over 90 volunteers from our area. Food and monetary donations are received from local businesses, organizations, churches, and generous individuals. These donations may provide over 3,500 meals weekly for families and individuals, in the town and county of Culpeper. Clients first contact Sams Place to apply for a food voucher. Sams Place is a part of Culpepers Outreach Resource Center, where individuals and families can access information and referrals to community partners.
Many clients do not need help on a regular basis. They may have an unforeseen hardship such as illness, job loss, even a car breakdown, and especially now, during the COVID pandemic. Families are offered hope and encouragement, with three to four days of meals, which covers three meals a day, plus snacks and drinks, for each qualified household member. Personal care items are also available.HOURS:Monday Friday | 9 AM 12 PMThursdays | 4 PM 6 PM
Thursday vouchers are being created on-site. Clients may use this voucher twice per month. The twice monthly green vouchers obtained from Sams Place may also be used, allowing 4 visits monthly.
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There’s A Place For You Here
New to Richmond? Unfamiliar with the Episcopal Church, or with Christianity? Welcome.
Whoever you are, wherever you are in your spiritual journey, the people of St. Stephen’s Church hope that your experience with this church will encourage and strengthen you.
As you browse our Web site, you might consider:
visiting St. Stephen’s for a worship service and/or watching our livestreamed services
coming to an informal supper
stopping by the Farmers Market on Saturday morning
attending one of our receptions for visitors and newcomers
signing up for an Inquirers Class
subscribing to St. Stephen’s weekly email, the eSpirit there is no cost, no obligation, and we will not share your email address with any outside group
attending a retreat, workshop or group, or participating in any of the other offerings you’ll see on these pages.
Do as much or as little as you like. There are no “requirements” for being a part of this community of faith. If you wish to be baptized or confirmed, or to transfer your membership from another Episcopal parish, we’d love for you to do so. But it’s not required. Everything we do, everything we offer, is open to all, regardless of whether you are a “member” of this church. If you’re here, you belong.
Here’s an : it’s not required–it just helps us to be more responsive to you!
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