Donate Food & Clothing
The basics of food and clothing can make all the difference in someone who finds themselves homeless
Hope Through Christ
FEED THE FALLS
Over 1,500 hot meals are delivered to individuals and families on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Every year, donations of turkeys, cranberries, potatoes, vegetables, desserts and pies are needed. Volunteers to answer phone calls for those in need, food preparation, meal packaging, meal delivery, and clean up are all an important part of the Feed the Falls ministry.
Please consider donating or volunteering for our FEED THE FALLS events.
Volunteer to organize and manage our community closet open to anyone in our community who needs clothing free of charge.
You may be cleaning our closets at your home, office, or assisting a loved one. Cleaning out an estate or have bins of kids clothes left over from a garage sale? The community closet offers clothing, shoes, boots, purses, and winter outerwear to children, men, and women. Are you a business that may have outdated logo T-shirts or polo shirts? Are you a dry cleaning business that may have items that were never picked up? We would appreciate the clothing being dropped off to be clean and laundered so we can quickly get the items out and available to those in need. For any large amounts of clothing being dropped off, you may call ahead so we can assist you in unloading.
Wait! We also take clothing that is damaged or soiled for clothing baling to be sold as a source of income. Our first priority is to provide clothing to the homeless, poor, and those less fortunate struggling to make ends meet. Volunteers carefully sort all clothing that comes in and any items that are torn, permanently soiled, or not able to be used are boxed for baling.
A Clothing Collection Barrell at Your School, Church or Business.
If you would like to put a collection box at your school, church or business, please call us so we can provide you with the necessary supplies to provide clothing to the underserved in Niagara Falls, New York.
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