We Care, We Share Ministries

DONATE HERE FOR 2021-22 SCHOOL SUPPLIES!


We want to be known for our generosity––with both our time and money––toward those in our local community. Through our partnership with local schools and through local outreach we provide opportunities to meet the real needs of our community as we serve together.

Our We Care, We Share Ministries began in 1999 and only God knew the impact these ministries would have and continue to have on this community. Volunteers, friends and neighbors give their time, resources and hearts and by doing so change lives!


Weekend Food Kits for Kids  


WEEKEND FOOD KIT LIST:
Mac ‘N Cheese Cups, Chef Boyardee, Oatmeal Packets, Individual Cereal, Soup-in-Hand, Individual Carrot Packages, Cheese Sticks, Applesauce Cups, Peach Cups, Mandarin/Clementine Cuties, Tuna Cans/Pouches, Juice Boxes, Shelf-stable Milk Boxes 

North Central's We Care, We Share Ministries have been asked to provide food bags for 40 food-insecure local children. These children are guaranteed breakfast and lunch while at school but are often left without a reliable source of food for the weekend.  Our goal is to provide a bag of nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for each child for each weekend of the school year. There are several ways to donate:

Clothes & Crayons for Kids  

Clothes & Crayons for Kids has been providing local children with school supplies and clothing since 1999. 

This ministry helps families (identified by Washington Township Schools as in need of assistance) in July by supplying school supplies, backpacks, underwear and socks. Over 300 children each year are served.

Children pick up their school supplies from a list supplied by Washington Township Schools. Kids can make crafts, enjoy a  bounce house, snow cones, and are treated to lunch with their families.


Mittens & Toys for Girls & Boys 

This ministry helps families (identified by Washington Township Schools as in need of assistance) in December by giving two toys for each child, hats, mittens and non-perishable food items. Over 300 children each year are served.

Children and parents have fun making crafts, eating breakfast, and getting their photo taken with Santa.