HOW THOSE IN NEED CAN RECEIVE HELP & HOW YOU CAN HELP THEM
Since the coronavirus crisis began, St. Mary's has greatly increased its charitable ministries, providing $200,000 in food, diapers, clothing, and 400 financial assistance requests to struggling families and expecting mothers in real need. We will continue to be as generous as possible!
1. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
St. Mary's has always provided short-term basic financial assistance to those in genuine, verified need and will continue to do so as much as possible in this time of crisis. For those needing financial assistance due to loss of work, please contact Sandy Foley at (435) 940-5455 to see if St. Mary's may be able to help you. DO NOT COME TO THE OFFICE.
To support our charitable ministry fund, please click here.
Additionally, the Christian Center of Park City offers similar basic needs assistance.
2. FOOD BANK & DIAPERS GRAB 'N' GO
St. Mary's Food Bank is once again accepting nonperishable food donations, which can be dropped off inside St. Mary's Church (during public hours) or at the St. Mary's Old Town Social Hall (121 Park Ave, Park City) on Tuesdays from 10:45-11:45 AM.
Requested items include:
- White rice
- Vegetable oil
- Dried pinto/black beans
- Canned Tuna
- Chicken ramen
- Mac n cheese
- Canned corn
- Canned fruit
- Vitamins (c, d, and zinc)
- Diapers (esp. sz 4,5,6)
- Toilet paper
The Food Bank is open on Tuesdays from 12 - 4 PM at the Old Town Chapel Hall, 121 Park Ave, Park City 84060. *Additionally, diapers are now available for pickup as well.*
To support this ministry with a financial gift, please click here. Or to volunteer, please contact Sarah Dellenbach at (801) 487-4515 to schedule.
Additionally, the Christian Center offers an extensive food pantry.
3. HELP FOR EXPECTING MOTHERS IN NEED
St. Mary's Gabriel Project Ministry serves expecting mothers (and mothers of young children) in need in a variety of ways by providing baby clothing, diapers, toys, books, other supplies, spiritual support, and financial assistance. Please call Arlene Helfand at (435) 714-9300 if you are a mother in need.