How to help your neighbors in need
Between the pandemic and two hurricanes, many people across Southwest Louisiana have found themselves without food in the pantry or a roof over their heads. Thankfully, there are many wonderful churches, agencies, and non-profits who are working to fill the gap. If you are able, please consider donating food, time, talent or money to help the hungry and homeless in our community. To add information about a local food pantry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MANNA MINISTRIES - at St. Luke Simpson United Methodist Church 1500 Country Club Road in lake Charles (337) 802-1166.
Open Wednesday mornings from 9am -11am.
To qualify for food, a person must present an ID and Social Security Card and be interviewed by a Manna team Member. Also can help with electric, gas or water bills up to $100 one time per year.
CARE HELP OF SULPHUR - 200 N. Huntington Street in Sulphur (337) 528-2273
Accepting perishable and non-perishable food, paper goods and cleaning items for pantry
Care Help Thrift Store accepts donations of clothing, shoes, furniture, household items, books, etc.
Volunteers needed in store, pantry, and to pick up donations.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES - 1225 2nd St, Lake Charles (337) 439-7436
Accepting non-perishable foods for pantry
Volunteer opportunities available, please e-mail email@example.com
ABRAHAM’S TENT - 2424 Fruge St, Lake Charles (337) 721-7211
Accepting food donations for kitchen - serves free lunches daily. Closed after lunchtime.
Volunteers needed to help prepare daily meals
SALVATION ARMY - 3020 Legion St, Lake Charles (337) 721-8068
Monetary donations needed for food pantry, utility and prescription assistance, and to help rebuild men’s shelter.
WATER’S EDGE FOOD PANTRY AND HOMELESS MINISTRY - 2760 Power Center Pkwy, Lake Charles (337) 476-7470
Non-perishable foods, paper goods and cleaning supplies needed for pantry.
Monetary donations and volunteers to assist homeless
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