One of the most in-demand areas of St. Joseph’s is the food pantry. Through the tireless assistance of volunteers, the generosity of donors and farmers, and the discounted buying options through the Nation’s Food Bank programs, St. Joseph’s can regularly offer those in need a variety of food staples through our food pantry.
To learn more about how to support the Food Pantry or our annual Empty Bowls fundraiser, click here.
Children have the opportunity for nutritious meals at school, but summer can be a challenging time for families to provide for their children. Through our Summer Lunch program, we provide nutritious, well-rounded breakfast and lunch, free of charge, to anyone under the age of 18. If feeding kids over the summer speaks to your heart, make a donation here.
No matter the type of emergency or crisis a person or family faces, we are here to help with a variety of different assistance programs, including help after rent evictions, utility disconnects, medication assistance, and funeral and emergency medical travel needs.
Losing a job, a family illness, or moving to a new city are just a few reasons why someone might need emergency assistance. We can provide emergency funds for rent, utilities, transportation, etc. for those who find themselves in a crisis situation.
After addressing a person’s most urgent needs through the Emergency Assistance, our on-site social worker provides support and resources to increase self-sufficiency that helps them to move forward and build a better life. Help provide this assistance through financial support.
Our Thrift Store operates to support all of our programs at St. Joseph’s, so every time you shop you are helping support those in need. But you may not know that we also provide vouchers for use in the thrift store for those who cannot afford but need household items, furniture, clothing, or other necessities.
Help the Thrift Store Voucher program with your financial donation, donating gently used quality items for us to resell, or simply shopping at our thrift store.
Permanent supportive housing (PSH) is an approach to housing designed for people with very low incomes and chronic, disabling health conditions, which provides voluntary access to a flexible and comprehensive array of supportive services and places no limits on length of tenancy as long as terms and conditions of the lease or agreement are met.
Help us help them through monetary donations for upkeep of our three locations. Have a skill in the trades and willing to provide maintenance? Call Mickey at 701.795.8614
Cars for a Cause provides donated cars to individuals and families in need in order to help provide self-sufficiency. If you have a safe, operable, and running vehicle you would like to donate, please contact the Executive Director, Mickey Munson at 701.795.8614
Whatever your talent, interest, or amount of time available, we have many volunteer opportunities for those looking to make a difference in the lives of others. Contact us to learn more about volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups at 701.795.8614