Ways We Can Help

Thank you for the outpouring of offers to help those in need during this time.  As you already know, our community outreach partners need our help now more than ever. They are preparing for a cascade of financial hardships for their clients who are hourly wage earners.  Thank you for being a light of hope in this extraordinary time. You can help in the following ways:

Help our Local Outreach Partners

Agape
Make a financial contribution to purchase $100.00 Publix gift cards for APS families.  Contact Bridgett at bsivewright@agapeatlanta.org.

Covenant House
Drop off food, or make a donation for food.  Contact Hannah Lawrence at hlawrence@covenanthouse.org.

Crossroads Atlanta
Make sandwiches or sack lunches for the homeless and bring to Clyde’s Kitchen between 7:30-11:00 weekdays.  Contact Tony at tony@crossroadsatlanta.org.

Trinity
Drop off the following items, or have items directly shipped to Trinity: bleach, disinfecting wipes, laundry detergent, Pine Sol, paper towels, latex gloves, thermometers, liquid hand soap, liquid bath soap, hand sanitizer, face masks, toilet paper.  |  Provide meals – (but no fellowship allowed.)  |  Make a monetary donation here.
Contact 404-577-6651.

Hopeworks
Deliver groceries to widows.  (No physical contact – leave them outside.)  Contact Rev Michael Kimsey at 770-403-7731, or mkimsey@hopeworks4us.org.

Help PRUMC Seniors and Shut-Ins

Run Errands
If you know of a church member who needs help with errands, please contact Julie Wright. She will match them with a volunteer waiting to help.

Food Service
Food service is being offered for $12/meal for senior adults and shut-ins. 4 to 5 meals would be enough food for 7 days. Contact Beth Spencer to learn more.

The Lenten Offering

Our community outreach partners need our help NOW more than ever. They are preparing for a cascade of financial hardships for their clients who are hourly wage earners. As the President & CEO of BCM just stated, “The levy will not hold.”

Please consider making your Lenten Offering now if you are able.

Helping others helps us all. As our community partners create real change for people in crisis, they create opportunities for us to grow in our faith. We are called to be a light of hope in this extraordinary time. We must answer the call to help.

Sponsor Food for Healthcare Providers

During this pandemic, our doctors, nurses, and hospital personnel are working hard to save lives. You can help them by ordering a casserole or some baked goods and have that delivered to their workplace. Chef Bob Brinson and his team will coordinate timing and delivery with the facility. They are currently serving Grady and Piedmont hospitals. Visit their online store here to see how you can participate.