Central Catholic is partnering with our neighbor Lazarus House Ministries to host a Food and Clothing Drive on Saturday, August 14.
Photo above: Students participate in a Sophomore Day of Service in February 2020.
Thank you for helping us to fulfill our mission of loving and serving others!
Lazarus House has the NEED
Central Catholic has the SPACE
You have the HEART
Thank you for helping us to feed and clothe our neighbors!
Food & Clothing Drive Details
- Date: Saturday, August 14, 2021
- Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
- Location: Central Catholic High School's Memorial Gymnasium
Drive-by-drop-off or stay awhile to find out more about how you can get involved with the mission of Lazarus House.
DON'T MISS the chance to win one of three draw prizes by registering your donation!
Students should watch their emails for information on how to volunteer.
Donation Needs & Guidelines
No glass please!
- Bottled Water
- Canned Ravioli & Spaghetti
- Canned Spaghetti sauce
- Canned Tuna or Chicken
- Canned Vegetables
- Cereal in a Box
- Macaroni & Cheese
- Pasta – All types
- Peanut Butter
- Soup (Canned or Dry) – no cardboard containers
- Rice (1lb bag or box)
Lazarus House accepts donations of new or gently used clothing.
- If you’re unsure of the condition of your donation and wondering if it’s “gently used,” ask yourself: “Would I give this to my best friend?”
- Please keep in mind that any donations that are considered unusable must be disposed of at the Ministry’s expense.)
- Please do not donate anything stained or torn.
- Mrs. Earline Tweedie, Director of Campus Ministry, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Lazarus House Ministries
Since opening its doors as an emergency homeless shelter in 1983, Lazarus House has been breaking the cycle of poverty in the Merrimack Valley region.
Their food and clothing programs assist families by stretching their dollars so they can afford rent, heat, and utilities. Housing provides a safe haven for homeless families and individuals.
Lazarus House Ministries was co-founded by a Marist Brother and member of the CCHS Faculty at the time: Bro. Thomas Petitte, FMS.
Thank you for exhibiting the love and kindness that define the Central Catholic community!