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We support this local elementary school in many wasy:
- Collect school supplies to help families who are not able to purchase them on their own (School_Supply_List_PVES_2020_.pdf)
- Collect Box Tops for Education
- Provide books for all first-grade students (to have their very own at home)
- Provide snacks so kids without access to breakfast or supper have something else to eat
We work with the Eras Senior Network to provide services to older adults through our "Faith in Action" Sundays in the spring & fall to help clean their yards.
This is a free clinic in Milwaukee which serves low-income people who experience barriers to accessing ongoing health care. The Rev. Dr. Barbara Horner-Ibler, a Presbyterian minister and Physician, is the clinic's medical director.
Faith receives regular donations of over-the-counter (OTC) items from our members and friends to donate to their clinic. These donations allow the clinic to use their money to purchase prescription drugs and other items to help those in need.
OTC medications & other items the clinic needs:
- Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
- Ibuprofen (Motrin)
- Naproxen (Aleve)
- Ranitidine (Zantac)
- Famotidine (Pepcid Max)
- Omeprazole (Prilosec OTC)
- Topical creams: antifungal, steroid, and antibiotic
- Non-latex gloves
- Empty (orange) prescription bottles with their lids attached and labels removed
Faith provides toys and mittens to Christ Presbyterian Church for their annual toy store that supports neighborhood children at Christmas time.
Women who are homeless still have their periods. In addition to having no place to live, worrying about their safety, looking after their children, and trying to put together a plan, homeless women must find menstrual supplies. If they can't find them, they are forced to go without or make do. This is embarrassing, humiliating, and unhealthy. Here's how you can help: