P.B.J. Outreach, Inc. is a non-profit organization focused on feeding and clothing the poor and marginalized living in the Detroit metropolitan area. Volunteers meet Saturdays to prepare food, then head to various locations in Detroit. Volunteers serve food weekly and offer clothing every other week–foremost is serving handshakes, hugs, and hope.
Visit pbjoutreach.org for more information.
Hope Clinic is an interdenominational Christian nonprofit organization, provides compassionate and practical help to those in need, ministering to the whole person with dignity and respect and is located in Ypsilanti. Hope Clinic offers free dental and medical services. They also offer free weekend meals, a food pantry, laundry services, fresh produce distribution, care and share closet, baby care and financial assistance.
Click here to volunteer at Hope Clinic.
SCCS is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of the community, foremost among them the Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry.
To volunteer, please call Patty H. at (810) 919-0591.
Food items may be brought to the food pantry on Mondays. For delivery other days, please call (313) 995-8673 so they can arrange for someone to be there to meet you.
OLGC has been responsible for staffing the Tuesday morning volunteers at Manna Meals for well over 20 years. This ministry prepares and serves sandwiches and soup for the homeless at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in downtown Detroit in an effort to provide fellowship for marginalized brothers and sisters. Manna Meals meets once per week on Tuesday mornings at 6am in the OLGC parking lot to carpool downtown. Come join us by contacting Ann Schneider at (248) 767-0778 or email her at [email protected]