Clothing Drive for CEAP
The CEAP Clothes Closet is low on stock. During September, bring gently used clothing of all sizes and for all ages. We also need shoes and household linens.
MICAH (Metropolitan Interfaith Council on Affordable Housing)
MICAH envisions a metropolitan area where everyone without exception has a safe, decent, and afforable home. Currently there are an estimated 300,000 Minnesota families who lack decent affordable housing. Were it not for the combined efforts of tens of thousands of individuals and a myriad of public and private organizations, that number would be far greater.
Community Emergency Assistance Program (CEAP)
CEAP helps to meet basic needs such as gas vouchers, medications, clothing needed for work, and one-time rent assistance for New Brighton and Mounds View residents.
You can donate:
Diapers, sizes 4, 5, and 6; formula: Similac Advanced (blue label); and birthday bags: cake mix and frosting, party toy, candles, inexpensive gift, other items.
For 28 years, Minnesota FoodShare has coordinated the largest food drive in the state. More than one million Minnesotans live in households that struggle to put food on the table.
Cash donations go the farthest because of access to discount products and programs.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Looking for gently-used appliances, furniture, cabinets, sinks, tubs, toilets, windows, doors, and miscellaneous building materials. 510 County Rd. D West in New Brighton
Support for local schools is being coordinated by the Christian Education Committee; Box Tops for Education from General Mills and Betty Crocker products (these boxtops expire, so get them in before then), Campbell soup labels (with UPC code) and Kemps milk caps can be dropped off in the collection box in the lower hallway. Collection bags for your home are available; CE committee will distribute to various local schools.
Bring contributions to the white cabinet downstairs for:
Alexandra House provides shelter and support for abused women and their children. Cell phones and diapers (large size), baby wipes, household cleaning products, unopened paper products, and new clean socks and slippers are needed.
Loaves and Fishes Toothbrushes, small toiletries for personal care kits; small toys or games for kids. White crew socks.
Ralph Reeder Food Shelf Non-perishable food.
Receipts for donations
You can get a receipt for tax purposes for your donations to special fundraising activities. Just ask one of the fundraiser leaders or get one from the church office.