Donations

For more information contact Mission & Outreach or call the church office 262-242-1670.


Gracious Gifts 
An alternate gift market offered in December.  Provides the opportunity to donate to those in need in the name of a friend, family member, teacher, caregiver, or other special person.

Hotel Sundries 
Donate hotel size shampoo, conditioner, soap, body wash, and lotion products in the mission collection area, throughout the year, for various recovery programs.

Medication Collections – Bread of Healing Clinic
Donate any new or unused medications to support the low-income patients from the Milwaukee Bread of Healing Clinic. We do not accept narcotics; we do accept vitamins, supplements, non-narcotic medications and empty pill bottles with labels removed.  A secure, locked collection box is in the Mission Collection area. Before donating your items, black out all personal information, leaving pertinent content information on the bottle. The clinic will also accept donations of canes and other medical equipment. Your donations can help this population overcome the barriers to related to their health care.

Men’s Clothing 
Year round collection of clean men’s clothing, including professional clothing, is distributed to a homeless shelter.  This shelter provides educational services in addition to shelter and housing, with the hope of transforming lives.

Mitten & Hat Tree
Buy or make hats, mittens, gloves, or scarves for all ages and place on the Mitten & Hat Tree in December. These are distributed to shelters and agencies in Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties.

School Supplies
Everyone is encouraged to help promote success and enthusiasm for the new school year by purchasing new school supplies for elementary and middle school students. Three of our mission partners receive the much needed supplies: Our Next Generation, Cathedral Center, and Family Sharing.

Sock Collection – the Alabaster Jar
Purchase and bring new socks to the mission collection area, throughout the year, to be distributed to homeless shelters. Learn more about the Alabaster Jar project.