A Servant House graduate reflects on the power of healing through shared sacrifice.
Lincoln Financial volunteers recently spent an afternoon planting a garden for The Servant Center. Their efforts will help supply fresh produce to the Servant House kitchen in the coming months.
One of our residents has put his volunteer time back into The Servant Center. He works with our marketing and development department to find new projects and grant opportunities. Recently, a grant he was a part of got funded, and now thanks to his work The Servant Center has an emergency defibrillator.
The Servant Center is refocusing on its core mission. Unfortunately that means the pantry will be closing its doors on June 30. We will make every effort to ensure that our clients have the care and resources they need after this transition.
I sat down with our head nurse at Servant House. This is what she said.
Our mission is to empower the homeless and disabled, particularly veterans, to become independent, contributing members of our community through housing, healthcare, and restorative services.
Food Pantry: 336.272.2680