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with practical needs in our church and immediate community.

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Heart for Monroe has established a H4M Rapid Response Team working in partnership with Union County Public Schools, the Monroe Police Department, the Council on Aging, and other local nonprofit organizations that can reach out to the most vulnerable in our community. We are collecting the following items to provide food boxes and supplies to families, children, and the elderly.

Food Box Items

Bags of rice (1lb to 2lb), beans, pasta including mac & cheese, cans of ravioli, spaghetti, spaghetti 0’s or beef-a-roni, fruit cups, peanut butter, jelly, pasta sauce, canned veggies, soups, cereal, pop tarts, and granola bars.

Supplies Needed

Paper towels, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and hygiene items including feminine products for our middle and high school girls. Diapers (any size) and diaper wipes are also appreciated.

Donation Drop-Off Locations

You can drop any of these items off at the following locations & times:

Southbrook Church
Sunday – Thursday (10am – 4pm)
5607 Weddington, Weddington, NC 28104

Chain Reaction Studios
Monday – Friday (9am – 5pm)
204 N Main Street, Monroe, NC 28112

Monroe Police Department
Monday – Friday (8:30am – 4pm)
218 E. Franklin Street, Monroe, NC 28112

H4M Volunteer

You can donate online here or mail checks to 160 Meadow Street, Monroe, NC 28110.Want to provide a meal? Call Tara Bryant at 704-261-3491.Want to volunteer? Current ways you can volunteer at the shelter:

  • Pantry-help sort donations, put together food bags, bagged lunches
  • Lunch/Supper-Serve shelter clients a meal and run the drive/walk through line for clients not living at the shelter. 

    Sign up to Volunteer