Hot Meals for the Homeless/Grassroots
Who do we serve?
How can I get involved?
The homeless and poor in Howard County.
What do we do?
Parishioners help Howard County residents who suffer from hunger or homelessness in several ways:
Hot meals: prepare (at home), deliver, and/or serve or clean up from a hot lunch at the Day Resource Center (18 and older only for on-site duties).
Cold Weather Shelter: volunteer to support St. Paul Church in Ellicott City, which hosts an overnight shelter during the first full week of January.
Poor boxes: donate to a poor box to assist Grassroots with the Cold Weather Shelter (early January) and emergency housing assistance (each quarter).
Urgent supply needs: respond to urgent supply needs through the "How can I help?" sign-up program.
When do we do it?
Click here to go to the sign-up for complete instructions, recipes, serving needs, etc., and to sign up. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0a48a5aa29a46-resurrection
Contact Barbara Watson: email@example.com or Bob Krasnansky:
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Photos and appreciation
Hot Meals: the third Wednesday of every month. Hot food delivery to Resurrection at 1 pm. Serving at Grassroots from 1:30-4 pm.
Poor Boxes: 5 times throughout the year.
Supply requests as needed.
Where do we serve?
From Matt Dixson, the Day Resource Center (DRC) Volunteer Coordinator: “I want to thank everyone who answered the call for tarps! We now have an abundance and the freedom to give tarps to anyone who needs them. You are all amazing!"