Bingo Night was a big success. In spite of the horrible weather on January 25, 2019, we had 27 hearty souls come out, enjoy alot of fun and win some nice prizes! We grossed over $900 for our charitable efforts. Thanks to everyone who helped in any way to make this a
The Auxiliary matched member’s personal donations up to $500. Members donated $505, thus far. Our $1,005 donation will purchase 4,568 nutritious MannaPack™ meals. The food funded by this donation provides a critical foundation for a child. It is the first step toward a hope-filled life for them and their families.
Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children® is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals for starving, malnourished and hungry people. The prepackaged dry meals—costing less than a quarter each to make—are funded and assembled by donor-volunteers in the United States. FMSC food has reached more than 70 countries in their history.
We are still accepting donations. Cash or checks made payable to Feed My Starving Children. It is extremely important to include the Event Number MP 1903-014AU in the Memo section. If not included, St. Patrick Church does not get credit for the donation. Donations can be dropped off at our next business meeting, Monday, February 4th, 7:00 PM at the Crane Road Church, St. Peter’s Room.
All money received goes directly to Feed My Starving Children.
This year there were 3 teams of 7, the Ladies Auxiliary group and one other group, that bagged and sealed 1,957 bags of powdered gravy for the Thanksgiving boxes.
November 3rd Project Day was supported by 5 Ladies, family and friends. They hung drywall on the ceiling of all places.
Remember, no construction experience is required, just a willing heart!
President Donna Fike presented Nancy with the proceeds after a rousing Bunco game and raffle prizes. The Ladies Auxiliary wish to thank all of the players that came out to support the event and businesses and individuals that donated prizes – your generosity was very kind.
LivingWell is dedicated to delivering evidence-based, medically mainstream programs and services that encourage, empower, support and provides hope to thousands of newly diagnosed patients and their families every year. All 80+ programs and services are provided free of charge because they believe that no one should face cancer alone.
The Ladies Auxiliary donated funds to purchase needed resources for the Volunteer Parish Nursing Program at St. John Neumann. Pictured below are Father Peck and Nancy Houser with the materials. This is a new endeavor for St. John Neumann that attempts to integrate health and healing with faith and the faith community.
The Auxiliary made a monetary contribution and several Auxiliary members attended the September 20, 2018 fundraising dinner.
The Joshua Tree Community is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit Day Program for non-aggressive mildly intellectually disabled adults over the age of 22 or are no longer in public education and over the age of 18. It is their goal to provide an underserved community of adults a means to participate in activities that will enrich their lives on a year round, daily basis.
We are hosting a Membership Night at St. John Neumann Church on Monday, October 1, at 7:30 PM, Room 122. Ladies 18 and older are invited to attend. We will have a special guest showing us how to make greeting cards. It will be a fun night getting to know women who might like to join our group. Come and find out about the Ladies Auxiliary! Light refreshments will be served.
The Ladies Auxiliary purchased 2 30-cup coffee makers and 12 serving trays for the Loaves & Fishes Ministry.