WINTER GIVING PROJECT 2021 - DELIVER HOPE.

DONATION SIGN UP LINKS, AMAZON WISH LISTS, AND MORE!

 

Missed our Collection Day Event on December 4th? Not a problem! There are still many ways to make a difference this holiday season for individuals and families facing poverty and homelessness in Frederick County, Maryland.

Click on the organization's name below to skip ahead to their giving spotlight on this page or feel free to scroll down through them all...

  -  Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter for Homeless Adults

  -  Brunswick Ecumenical Assistance Committee On Needs (BEACON)

  -  Brunswick Food Bank

  -  Emergency Family Shelter for Homeless Families with Children

  -  Glade Valley Community Services

  -  Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County, Maryland 

  -  Middletown Valley Food Bank

  -  Middletown Valley People Helping People (MVPHP)

  -  MUMC Weekend Food Backpack Ministry
  -  Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs

  -  Seton Center Inc.

  -  Society of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Teresa of Calcutta Conference

  -  Greater Urbana Area Food Bank 

  -  Vindobona Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 

Looking for a specific local Food Bank but don't see it listed above? Click HERE to be redirected to our year-round giving page which details each Food Bank's current needs and ways to donate including monetary donations. 

Your generosity will provide HOPE to those in need this holiday season, THANK YOU!

To find out more about St. Nick Delivers!, who we are, and what we do, click HERE to be redirected to our About page.

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BEACON is a non-profit, ecumenical body, established primarily to provide food and emergency financial assistance to those in need. To include providing for the social, physical and emotional needs of the most vulnerable citizens of the Greater Brunswick Community. BEACON relies on generous donations from supporters like you to fund their community programs including the Brunswick Food Bank and the Emergency Relief Fund providing rental assistance, security deposits, utility bills, and needs for local school children. To learn more about BEACON click their logo above to be redirected to their website home page.

Make an immediate impact by clicking 'BEACON Donate Now' to be redirected to their online donation page. Under the 'Would you like to designate your gift?' heading select 'Yes'. A new selection box will appear to it's right. Select 'If Yes, where?' and under that heading you can then select one of the following BEACON community programs to donate to:

  • BEACON General Fund (school supply drive, Thanksgiving & Christmas assistance to name a few)

  • Brunswick Food Bank

  • Emergency Relief Fund

  • Other (if you select this option another selection box will appear below for you to type in your specific designation)

 

Donations made via PayPal

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'BEACON' at the following address:

BEACON
7 S Maryland Ave.
Brunswick, MD 21716

*If you wish to support an individual program, please note it's title in the memo section of your check.

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The Brunswick Food Bank has been serving the Brunswick community since December 1978 by providing food to those in need based on the size of the family and specific needs. They are one of eight Food Banks in Frederick County, Maryland affiliated with the Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs (RCEHN). The Food Bank works closely with Brunswick’s Emergency Relief Fund, local schools, and fraternal organizations to help families with additional needs. To learn more about the Brunswick Food Bank click their logo above to be redirected to their website home page.

This holiday season the Brunswick Food Bank is in most need of the following non-perishable food items:

  • canned fruit

  • canned soups

  • canned & boxed potatoes (mashed, scalloped, au gratin, skillet, hashbrowns)

  • meal helpers (hamburger helper, chicken helper, Velveeta skillets, homestyle bake types)

  • peanut butter (plastic containers)

  • jelly (plastic containers)

  • boxed desserts 

*We highly recommend utilizing reusable bags to donate food pantry items. Reusable bags can in turn be used by the food bank in their food distribution to those they serve.*

 

Donations can be dropped off to the Brunswick Food Bank at any time to the following address and placed within the two rubbermaid containers on their front porch which are checked and emptied daily:

 

Brunswick City Annex
601 East Potomac St.
Brunswick, MD 21716

Or make an immediate impact to the Brunswick Food Bank by clicking 'BEACON Donate Now' to be redirected to their online donation page. Under the 'Would you like to designate your gift?' heading select 'Yes'. A new selection box will appear to its right. Select 'If Yes, where?' and under that heading you can then select the Brunswick Food Bank:​​

 

Donations made via PayPal

Tax deductible donations can also be made via check payable to 'BEACON' noting the 'Brunswick Food Bank' in the memo section of your check at the following address:

 

BEACON

Attn: Brunswick Food Bank
7 S Maryland Ave.
Brunswick, MD 21716

 
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Glade Valley Community Services

NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS

Glade Valley Community Services (GVCS) is a local non-profit organization founded in 2004 to meet the needs of families and individuals in the Walkersville High School feeder district, which includes Union Bridge, Keymar, Ladiesburg, Mt. Pleasant, Woodsboro and Walkersville through the coordination of donations of time, talent, money and other resources. To learn more about GVCS click their logo above to be redirected to their website home page.

 

GVCS relies on generous donations from supporters like you to fund their community programs including the Back-to-School Project, Emergency Relief Fund, Glade Valley Food Bank, Holiday Toy Shoppe, and Educational Assistance Fund. 

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'Glade Valley Community Services' at the following address:

GVCS

P.O. Box 655 

Walkersville, MD 21793

If you wish to support an individual program, please note it's title in the memo section of your check.

 

 

Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County, Maryland was established in 1993 as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, their mission is to help families in need achieve the strength, stability, and self-reliance that comes with affordable homeownership. In line with their “hand up, not hand out” philosophy, they partner with hardworking Frederick County families who cannot qualify for a conventional mortgage and have no other way to own a home of their own. Their partner families work side by side with volunteers from the community to build, renovate or repair their homes. Since their establishment Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County, Maryland has built or renovated 44 homes. These homes are scattered throughout Frederick County communities in Middletown, Brunswick, the City of Frederick, Walkersville, Thurmont, Emmitsburg and Buckeystown. To learn more about Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County, Maryland click their logo above to be redirected to their website homepage.

This holiday season Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County, Maryland is in most need of the following items:

  • Gift Cards in any denomination to Lowe's Home Improvement*

  • Gift Cards in any denomination to Home Depot*

*Activation slip must be taped to the gift card(s)

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore gratefully accepts donations of building materials and home goods from the public, which can be sold in their store to generate funds in support of the work of Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County. Click HERE to find out how to donate to the ReStore.

Tax deductible donations via check payable to 'Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County' and Gift Card donations can be mailed to the following address:

Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County

P.O. Box 338

Frederick, MD 21705

Or make an immediate impact to Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County, Maryland by clicking 'HABITAT Donate Now' to be redirected to their online donation page.

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The Middletown Valley Food Bank’s (MVFB) goal is to alleviate hunger in our community by soliciting, collecting, and distributing food and personal supplies through a food pantry located on Main Street. MVFB relies on generous donations from supporters like you to purchase fresh produce, dairy, and personal care items, as well as pay operating expenses. To learn more about the MVFB click on their logo above to be redirected to their website home page. 

This holiday season MVFB is in most need of the following non-perishable food and personal hygiene items:

  • sugar

  • brown sugar

  • small cans of regular coffee

  • mayonnaise

  • pancake syrup

  • pancake mix

  • low sodium canned vegetables

  • crackers

  • canned sweet potatoes

  • shampoo​​

  • bars of soap

  • deodorant

  • toothpaste

  • paper towels

 

*We highly recommend utilizing reusable bags to donate food pantry items. Reusable bags can in turn be used by the food bank in their food distribution to those they serve.*

There are two options for delivery of your donation:

OPTION 1 - Donations can be dropped off directly to the Middletown Valley Food Bank at the following address on Wednesdays from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and Saturdays from 9:00am to 11:00am:

 

Middletown Valley Food Bank
301 West Main Street 
Middletown, MD 21769

OPTION 2 - Donations can also be dropped off at any time to the Knights of Columbus collection stand for the Middletown Valley Food Bank just inside the front entrance/vestibule area of the Safeway grocery store in Middletown, MD (floral/produce department side).

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'Middletown Valley Food Bank' at the following address:

 

MVFB Treasurer
Evangelical Lutheran Church
107 West Main Street
Middletown, MD 21769

 
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The mission of Middletown Valley People Helping People (MVPHP) is to develop and support programs that benefit the citizens of the Middletown Valley area. We serve residents of all ages that live in Braddock Heights, Middletown, Myersville, Wolfsville, and other local communities.

 

Programs that MVPHP provide and/or support:

  • Provides drivers for medical appointments

  • Coordinates holiday assistance

  • Contributes to local school supply drive

  • Supports exercise class for 50+

  • Support local senior citizens group

  • Provides drivers for the local Meals on Wheels

  • Provides emergency financial assistance

  • Provides referrals to other agencies

To learn more about MVPHP click on their logo above to be redirected to their website homepage. MVPHP relies on generous donations from supporters like you to fund their community programs.

 

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'Middletown Valley People Helping People (MVPHP)' at the following address: 

 

MVPHP

P.O. Box 477

Middletown, MD 21769

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The Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs has been the leading provider of emergency shelter and supporting services in Frederick County, Maryland since 1981. They offer the County’s only two emergency shelter programs (Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter and the Emergency Family Shelter), provide healthcare, dental, and energy assistance to people and families in need, and work to prevent homelessness from becoming a reality. To learn more about The Religious Coalition click on their logo above to be redirected to their website.

 

In addition to their emergency shelters and supporting services, each year The Religious Coalition hosts a Christmas Assistance Program supporting over 300 children of families and senior citizens facing poverty in local communities. 

 

This holiday season the Christmas Assistance Program is in most need of providing the following items for children 13-17 years of age:

  • Retail gift cards in denominations of $25 to: Target, Walmart, and Amazon*

  • Clothing Store gift cards in denominations of $25*

  • Shoe Store gift cards in denominations of $25*

  • Pajamas, Socks, Underwear

  • Winter Gloves and Winter Hats

  • Personal Hygiene and Body Care Items

  • Gift Items (such as sports balls, games, fan gear/apparel, art supplies, music)

  • Stocking Stuffers (no food please)

  • Bikes with Bike Helmets

  • Gift Wrapping Supplies

*Activation slip must be taped to the gift card(s)

The Christmas Assistance Program is also in great need of the following types of Gift Cards for distribution to families and senior citizens:

  • Grocery gift cards in denominations of $25 to: Giant Eagle, Weis Markets, Aldi, Giant Food, Food Lion, and Wegman's*

  • Any Frederick local Gas or Pharmacy gift cards in denominations of $25*

  • Clothing Store gift cards in denominations of $25*

  • Shoe Store gift cards in denominations of $25*

*Activation slip must be taped to the gift card(s)

Donations can be dropped off, mailed, or direct shipped to The Religious Coalition at the following address Monday through Friday 10:00am to 2:00pm prior to Friday, December 17, 2021:

The Religious Coalition - Christmas Assistance Program
Attn: Sheila Simms
27 Degrange St,
Frederick, MD 21701

To SPONSOR all the gifts for a child or an entire family participating in the Christmas Assistance Program this holiday season contact Sheila Simms at 301-631-2670 or via email at sheila.simms123@gmail.com.

Tax deductible donations can be made directly towards the Christmas Assistance Program via check payable to 'The Religious Coalition', noting the 'Christmas Assistance Program' in the memo section to the following address:

The Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs

Attn: Sheila Simms, Christmas Assistance Program
27 Degrange St.
Frederick, MD 21701

Or make an immediate impact to The Religious Coalition by clicking 'RC Donate Now' to be redirected to their online donation page. Under the 'I Wish to Support' heading, you can then select one of the following programs to donate to:

  • Where the need is Greatest

  • Alan P. Linton, Jr Emergency Adult Shelter

  • Emergency Family Shelter (for families with children)

  • Homeless Prevention Services (security deposit assistance, eviction prevention, energy assistance)

  • Beyond Shelter Campaign (funds the new home for the Emergency Family Shelter)

  • Dental Assistance

  • Prescription Assistance

  • Energy Assistance

Accepts both Credit Card and Direct Debit Donations.​

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ALAN P. LINTON, JR. EMERGENCY SHELTER

FOR HOMELESS ADULTS
 

The Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter is an 88-bed facility that offers homeless adults a safe place to sleep, shower, and receive laundry assistance.  The shelter is the largest in Frederick County and is open 365 days a year.  They provide case management for residents so that they may set up a plan to find secure housing. To learn more about The Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter click HERE to be redirected to their website home page.

 

This holiday season the Alan P. Linton Jr. Emergency Shelter is in most need of the following items for their adult shelter residents:

  • Hand and Foot Warmers

  • Single Serve Snacks

  • Cups of Instant Soup

  • Caffeinated Coffee

  • Paper Hot Cups

  • Kitchen Cutlery

  • Paper Towels/Toilet Paper

  • Bar Soap/Body Wash (travel size)

  • Shampoos/Conditioners (travel size)

  • Lotion (travel size)

  • Toiletry or Personal Care Kits (travel size)

  • Undershirts, Socks, & Underwear (NEW and in unopened original packaging)

  • Winter Coats, Hats, & Gloves (winter coats ONLY can be gently used with no stains or tears)

Donations can be dropped off or direct shipped to the Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Adult Shelter at the following address Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 2:00pm:

 

The Religious Coalition
Attn: Kavonte Duckett, Director of Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter
27 Degrange Street
Frederick, MD 21701

Donate anytime, anywhere with our Amazon Wish List direct shipment option! Add the items you wish to donate to the Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter to your cart and when you get to the checkout process, Amazon will prompt you to select a shipping address; the Religious Coalition address will automatically be listed under 'other addresses' as part of selecting from the Linton Shelter's needed supply registry items.

Or make an immediate impact to The Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter by clicking 'RC Donate Now' to be redirected to their online donation page. Under the 'I Wish to Support' heading, you can then select the 'Alan P. Linton, Jr Emergency Adult Shelter' to donate to.

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Accepts both Credit Card and Direct Debit Donations.​

 

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'The Religious Coalition' noting the 'Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter' in the memo section of your check to:

The Religious Coalition

Attn: Kavonte Duckett, Director of Alan P. Linton, Jr. Emergency Shelter

27 Degrange Street

Frederick, MD 21701

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 EMERGENCY FAMILY SHELTER

FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN 

The Emergency Family Shelter provides a place of stability for families experiencing hardships due to homelessness and poverty. Their goal is to keep families together and return them to permanent housing. To learn more about The Emergency Family Shelter click HERE to be redirected to their website home page.

This holiday season the Emergency Family Shelter is seeking assistance in providing the following items to their shelter residents:

  • Paper Towels/Toilet Paper

  • Disinfecting Wipes

  • Laundry Detergent and Bleach (liquid preferred)

  • Febreze Room Fresheners

  • Diaper Genie Refill Rings

  • Diapers (sizes from 3 to pull-ups)

  • Baby Wipes (unscented or sensitive skin type)

  • Youth Toiletry Items

  • Toddler Toiletry Items

  • Winter Hats and Snow Gloves (all ages)

  • Pajamas, Socks, and Underwear (all ages)

Donations can be dropped off or direct shipped to the Emergency Family Shelter at the following address Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 2:00pm:

 

The Religious Coalition
Attn: Neil Donnelly, Director of Emergency Family Shelter
27 Degrange Street
Frederick, MD 21701

Donate anytime, anywhere with our Amazon Wish List direct shipment option! Add the items you wish to donate to the Emergency Family Shelter to your cart and when you get to the checkout process, Amazon will prompt you to select a shipping address; the Religious Coalition address will automatically be listed under 'other addresses' as part of selecting from the Family Shelter's needed supply registry items.

Or make an immediate impact to The Emergency Family Shelter by clicking 'RC Donate Now' to be redirected to their online donation page. Under the 'I Wish to Support' heading, you can then select the 'Emergency Family Shelter' to donate to.

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Accepts both Credit Card and Direct Debit Donations.​

 

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'The Religious Coalition' noting the 'Emergency Family Shelter' in the memo section of your check to:

The Religious Coalition

Attn: Neil Donnelly, Director of Emergency Family Shelter

27 Degrange Street

Frederick, MD 21701

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The Seton Outreach Center serves residents of Northern Frederick County, Maryland. They provide emergency financial assistance, when necessary, their goal is to help build bridges out of poverty by offering programs that will educate, empower, and encourage moving forward to a better, sustainable life. To learn more about the Seton Center click on their logo above to be redirected to their website home page.

 

Seton Center assists approximately 250 eligible families each year to celebrate the holidays with dignity and joy. Their Helping Hands Program consists of two major holidays: Thanksgiving and Christmas. At Christmas they distribute gift cards to local grocery stores (Jubilee Foods, Food Lion, and Weis Markets) to assist families in planning their meals and provide a toy/teen gift card distribution for children.

This holiday season Seton Center is seeking assistance in providing the following items to their Holiday Helping Hands families:

  • Pajamas, Socks, Underwear

  • Winter Gloves and Winter Hats

  • Toys (for ages 2-12 years)

  • Walmart or Target gift cards in denominations of $25

  • Grocery gift cards in denominations of $25 to: Weis Markets, Food Lion, and Jubilee Foods

  • Gift Wrapping Supplies

*Activation slip must be taped to the gift card(s)

Donations can be dropped off to Seton Center between Wednesday, December 8, 2021, and Saturday, December 11, 2021, from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the following address:

Seton Center Inc.
Attn: Tina Lamont, Holiday Helping Hands Coordinator
226 E. Lincoln Ave.
Emmitsburg, MD 21727

Or make an immediate impact to Seton Center's Holiday Helping Hands Program by clicking 'SC Holiday Donate Now' to be redirected to their online holiday donation page. The funds donated are used to purchase gift cards to local grocery stores (Jubilee, Food Lion, and Weis) and provide a toy to children newborn to 11 years or gift card to Walmart/Target for children 12-17 years facing poverty.

 

Accepts Credit Card Donations.​

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'The Seton Center' noting 'Holiday Helping Hands' in the memo section of your check at the following address:

Seton Center Inc.

Attn: Tina Lamont, Holiday Helping Hands Coordinator

226 E. Lincoln Ave.

Emmitsburg, MD 21727

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SVDP - St. Teresa of Calcutta Conference is an emergency financial assistance program whose mission is to provide those facing eviction, utilities cut off, need for security deposit assistance, need for prescriptions, and other financial crisis within the Brunswick, Jefferson, and Middletown Valley communities. 

SVDP - St. Teresa of Calcutta Conference relies heavily on the generous donations of supporters like you to fund their emergency relief program. Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to: 

 

SVDP - St. Teresa of Calcutta Conference

P.O. Box 9

Brunswick, MD 21716

To learn more about the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Teresa of Calcutta Conference please contact 240-439-3932 or click their logo above to be redirected to the National Council's website home page.

 

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GREATER URBANA AREA FOOD BANK

The Greater Urbana Area Food Bank serves those in the Urbana, Adamstown, Buckeystown, Ijamsville, Monrovia, Green Valley, New Market, and portions of Mt. Airy areas. An all-volunteer, faith-based organization dedicated to providing needy individuals and families in difficult life circumstances with supplemental assistance with food and other necessities through collaboration with our generous network of partner individuals, groups and businesses. The Food Bank provides food to more than 270 families in need; that's more than 800 people. Realizing families need more than just food, the Greater Urbana Area Food Bank offers many supplemental full year and seasonal programs to assist those they serve. To learn more about the Greater Urbana Area Food Bank click HERE to be redirected to their website home page. 

This year the Greater Urbana Area Food Bank will be posting food bank family Christmas wish list tags for sponsors to select individual items to donate at the following locations:

  • On the front porch of the Food Bank house (tags will be in a gallon ziploc bag)

  • The Giant grocery store on Sugarloaf Pkwy (tags will be on a marked 'Urbana Food Bank' artificial tree inside the store)

  • Black Hog Restaurant in Urbana

Once a wish list tag is selected at any location:

  • Purchase the gift

  • Place the gift in a GIFT BAG and attach the selected wish list tag to the gift bag

  • Deliver the gift to the Greater Urbana Area Food Bank (4328 Reels Mill Rd, Frederick, MD 21704*) by December 12, 2021

  • Contact Jo Ostby, Food Bank Manager, at 240 529-4815 with any questions.​​​​

*Delivery address note: bright pink mailbox 1/2 mile on the left of Reels Mill after turning from route 355, gravel driveway, all the way back. 

Mailed donations of gift cards, especially Wawa, Sheetz, and Royal Farms for gas and Giant Foods and Walmart are greatly appreciated and needed.

DIRECT SHIPMENT OPTION: Donate anytime, anywhere with the Greater Urbana Area Food Bank's Amazon Wish List. Add the items you wish to donate to the food bank to your cart and when you get to the checkout process, Amazon will prompt you to select a shipping address; the Food Banks address will be listed automatically be listed under 'other addresses' as 'Jo Ostby's Gift Registry Address' as part of selecting from the Greater Urbana Area Food Bank's needed supply registry items. Items must be received by December 12, 2021.

Tax deductible donations can be made via check payable to 'Greater Urbana Area Food Bank' at the following address:


Greater Urbana Area Food Bank
4328 Reels Mill Road
Frederick MD 21704

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Vindobona Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is a skilled nursing community offering short-term rehab and long-term care services located in Braddock Heights, Maryland. To learn more about Vindobona click on their logo above to be redirected to their website home page.

Why Vindobona? The facility itself may not fall under our direct mission, but like St. Nicholas himself, our project saw a great need in its residents and knew we had to help. 

Our partnership began 20 years ago when the children's choral group of Holy Family Catholic Community Church would visit and sing carols for the residents of the Vindobona Nursing & Rehabilitation Center at Christmastime. During those visits, the Vindobona Activities Director shared how important visits like the choral group was for its residents. That although some of the residents had family local to the area, many residents do not receive visitors or even gifts during the holidays.

 

Knowing the impact many of its residents had made over their lifetime to the local community and serving our country, we knew we had to help. It started with a couple bags full of donated black and white movies to expand the resident's viewing collection to creating a giving tree ornament of wish list items for each resident to receive a gift.

 

Help ensure all of Vindobona's residents receive a gift to brighten their holiday season knowing they are remembered and appreciated by clicking on the sign-up link below to select an individual resident giving tree ornament. 

 

**ALL SIGN-UP SLOTS HAVE BEEN FILLED - THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!**

Donations can be dropped off to our St. Nick Delivers! Vindobona Coordinator, Veronica Kosch, at the following address during school hours BEFORE December 13, 2021:

St. Thomas More Academy

103 Prospect St.

Middletown, MD 21769

School Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 AM - 3:15 PM, please call/text ahead to drop off donations, cell 301-943-8740.

NOTE: Gifts received by the residents are NOT tax deductible; however, for a number of these residents it may/will be the only gift they receive this holiday season.

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WEEKEND FOOD BACKPACK MINISTRY

of the Middletown United Methodist Church (MUMC)

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The Weekend Food Backpack Ministry provides weekend food to children of families who receive free and reduced-price meals at school during the week and that don’t have enough food to provide nutritious meals on the weekend. They currently serve between 75 - 90 students within the 7 schools of the Middletown area. These schools include Middletown Primary, Middletown Elementary, Middletown Middle, Middletown High, Myersville Elementary, Wolfsville Elementary, and Valley Elementary. They have also expanded their backpack program to include weekends during the Summer. Students in need of assistance can contact their school's guidance counselor to enroll. To read more about the Weekend Food Backpack (WFBP) Ministry click on the above photo to be redirected to their Frederick New Post article.

 

The weekend food bags include non-perishable single serve items such as:

  • canned pasta

  • tuna

  • noodles

  • peanut butter & jelly

  • crackers

  • applesauce

  • cereal

  • milk (2 boxes)

  • juice (2 boxes)

The Weekend Food Backpack Ministry is in most need of JUICE BOXES (100% real fruit juice). 

Please contact Ministry Coordinator, Bill Bennett, at John_30201@msn.com to arrange a donation drop off date/time to the Weekend Food Backpack Ministry at the following address:

Middletown United Methodist Church
7108 Fern Ct.
Middletown, MD 21769

*If not donating as a wrapped case or box containment, we highly recommend utilizing reusable bags to donate loose or smaller pantry items for transport/distribution purposes.*

WFBP relies on generous donations from supporters like you to fund their weekend food distributions. Tax deductible donations can be made payable to 'MUMC' noting the 'Weekend Food Backpack Program' in the memo section of your check. A donation of $150.00 will sponsor a child for a year. Send your tax-deductible donation to: 

 

Middletown United Methodist Church (MUMC)

Attn: Weekend Food Backpack Ministry

7108 Fern Ct.

Middletown, MD 21769

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