Food and Housing Security

The first of our three key focus areas is Food & Housing Security. In order to have hope for the future, and to focus on school work and employment, people need to have their basic needs met. To help in this area we partner with a variety of agencies here in the St. Louis region. Our current local partners are Home Sweet Home, Isaiah 58 Ministries, Webster-Rock Hill Ministries, Beyond Housing, Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition, EnergyCare, Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, and Presbyterian Manor-Farmington. We also provide healthy snacks for students in the Webster Groves School District and sandwiches for clients of St. Patrick Center. Beyond St. Louis we have a team that travels to New Orleans each fall to work on home building projects in partnership with St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church. We reach world-wide with our yearly Rise Against Hunger meal packaging event led by our Agape youth.

Making sandwiches for St. Patrick Center
Making sandwiches for St. Patrick Center
Volunteering at Isaiah 58 Ministries
Volunteering at Isaiah 58 Ministries

Home Sweet Home

Join us as we volunteer at Home Sweet Home on the first Friday of every month, 9am-noon!

You don’t need to commit to every Friday or for the entire 3 hours. Come when you can and work as long as you can. We’ll be in the warehouse (290 Hanley Industrial Court, Brentwood, Missouri 63144), sorting and displaying donations and shopping with clients. Dress appropriately (it can be cool in the winter and warm in the summer). If you have any questions, call Sue Scott at 314-630-5662.

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Every month, WGPC members and friends are invited to add a few extra items to their grocery list in order to give a meal with our neighbors across St. Louis.

This month's GAMAM menu

New Orleans Mission Trip

Every year a team of volunteers travels to New Orleans for a week to partner with St. Charles Presbyterian Church in their RHINO (Restoring Hope In New Orleans) ministry. Through this partnership, we have helped to build homes throughout New Orleans for those impacted by Hurricane Katrina and the changes that the city faced in the years that followed.

Join us November 11-16, 2019 for our annual RHINO work trip. Volunteers work with St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church and Habitat for Humanity to rehab homes and neighborhoods affected by Hurricane Katrina we would love to have some new faces join us! The cost to volunteer is $225 for the RHINO fee plus a housing fee of $94 per night per room. A deposit of $75 per person is due August 31 although late reservations will be accepted as space allows. The remaining balance will be due October 1. Please contact Diana Likely for more information.


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