In partnership with PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter), St. Julian’s Good Samaritan Ministry has volunteered to help feed our less fortunate neighbors this Summer and we need your help!
We will be serving a nutritious dinner in St. Julian’s Shea Hall one evening a month between May and September:
Thursday, May 2nd
Thursday, June 6th
Tuesday, July 2nd
Thursday, August 1st
Thursday, September 5th
How can you help?
Come to to the next Good Samaritan Meeting/Planning Session on April 11th at 7pm in Shea Hall. All are welcome!
– Prepare a hot entrée (menus provided)
– Serve at one or more of the Suppers
– Plates, Napkins, Utensils, Cups, etc. for serving
– Non-perishable food items to take
– Personal hygiene items
– Monetary donations always welcome
What is PADS?
Working alongside JOURNEYS, PADS’ vision is to provide a path to stable housing and self-sufficiency for everyone who experiences homelessness. Our greatest hope is to help end homelessness and ensure happy, healthy, and safe lives for generations to come.
JOURNEYS | The Road Home is a non-profit agency that provides shelter, social services and housing to the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in 37 towns in north/northwest suburban Cook County through its PADS Shelter Program, the HOPE Center Supportive Services Program, and the Pathways Housing Readiness Program. In 2017-2018, more than 50,000 services were delivered to almost 900 people across the north and northwest suburbs of Cook County.
Questions? Contact the Parish Office (847)956-0130 or download the flyer.