How Can I Help During COVID19?
Canned Vegetables Canned Fruit
Macaroni and Cheese Chicken
Deli Meat Toilet Paper
Hand Soap (Bars).
Hand Sanitizer Disinfectant Spray/Wipes
Personal Hygiene/Sanitary Items
Hand Soap Hand Sanitizer
Canned Meat and Vegetables Dry Food Items
Grocery Store/Drug Store Gift Cards
We all want to help our neighbors during a time of stress and crisis. Below is some information about ways to offer support. Online giving is the most beneficial step you can take to aid an agency and keep yourself out of harm’s way. Consider providing items from the lists below using your regular delivery service or online retailer. Should you choose to drop off supplies or otherwise venture out of your home to help, we want you to take every precaution to keep yourself and others safe and healthy. Please share information about other resources to be added as we update this list.
Reusable Masks for Barnes Hospital
If you can sew and have extra cotton material and elastic at home, please consider making these masks. They are simple to make and don't take much time at all. If you can make masks, please email Kyle Kranes-Rutz, our NextGen Family Ministries Director, he will do porch pick up of finished products.
Keep the Blessing Box filled. Bring along some canned food items and place them in the box near the bus stop on the Christian Life Center side of our campus.
Pack the Blessing Box with ready to eat meals, preferably with a pull-top lid.
LifeWise (Formerly Kingdom House) lifewisestl.org
1321 S. 11th Street in St. Louis
Food and household supplies are needed. Items may also be dropped off in front of the building from 6am-6:30pm, Monday-Friday.
Webster Hills UMC member Jorje Quinn is also prepared to receive donated items at a porch drop-off, 478 Florence Ave, Webster Groves.
Items Most Needed:
Webster-Rock Hill Ministries wrhm.org
111 E. Waymire Avenue, Webster Groves
This agency keeps limited office hours. You may email to arrange a porch pick up. Parking lot drop-off between 9am and Noon, Monday-Friday.
Items Most Needed:
American Red Cross of Missouri and Arkansas
As blood drives are cancelled due to COVID19 concerns, the nation is facing a severe blood shortage. The Red Cross follows thorough safety protocols to help prevent the spread of any infections. Donations can be made in the following ways:
Red Cross Blood App