TOLEDO, OH — “Financial support is critically needed to keep all of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Toledo’s food, shelter and elder assistance programs fully operational during the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Rodney Schuster, Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo’s Executive Director.
“We greatly appreciate all of our wonderful community partners and loyal supporters in the region. With volunteer help now limited and food and clothing donations greatly decreased, our ministries are now being dramatically stretched.”
“We also ask for your prayers to end this pandemic and to protect our staff and the people we serve,” Mr. Schuster adds. “Rest assured, Catholic Charities will continue to follow the example Jesus gave us by serving the poor and healing the sick in these challenging times. All of our staff and services are adjusting by striving to maintain the recommended ‘social distance’ with others, while continuing to provide love and care to everyone we encounter.”
Our HOPE Pantry in Mansfield needs the following items:
- Boxed Macaroni and Cheese
- Instant Potatoes
- Dry or Shelf-Stable milk
- Canned Meat (chicken, pork or beef)
- Drink boxes or pouches
- Individually-packaged desserts (cookies, snack cakes etc.)
- Individually-packaged bags of chips, pretzels, etc.
- Individually-packaged pudding, fruit or Jello cups
- 15 oz. or larger bottles of shampoo
- Feminine products
- Toilet Paper
- Paper Towels
- Laundry Soap
- Dish Soap
Please arrange a time to drop off donations at HOPE Pantry, 2 Smith Avenue, Mansfield, OH, by contacting Catholic Charities HOPE Pantry Coordinator Susan Dyson at 419-524-0733 or email email@example.com.