"The Holy Spirit transforms us.
With our permission, he wants to transform the world we live in."
The All Saints Community is called to care for our vulnerable and forgotten brothers and sisters and to provide food, emergency financial assistance and ministry to the homebound and ill. Through baptism we are called to transformation of ourselves and our world through justice education and advocacy.
Thank you for your continued support of the Community Services Office during this difficult time.
We will continue to help families with food deliveries and emergency financial assistance as able.
Since one of our bulk suppliers has suspended deliveries, we will need your continued support.
Summer Food Drive (in April!)
Why: To feed families in the Puyallup School District when schools are not serving meals to students
When: April 20-May 2; Drop off donations any day from 11 AM to 12:30 PM or 5 PM to 6 PM.
Where: Drive into the parish office parking lot (204 6th AVE SW) and you will see the food bank storage garage. Leave donations on the table or a volunteer will take them out of your trunk for you. Exit through the alley onto 7th AVE SW. Please do not leave donations in the church.
- Cans of Chef Boyardee (ravioli, spaghetti with meatballs)
- Canned fruit (peaches, fruit cocktail, pears)
- Mac and cheese
- Canned chicken noodle soup
- Canned vegetables (green beans or corn)
- Top Ramen
- Peanut butter (plastic jars)
- Jelly (plastic jars)
If you cannot make it out to the store, please consider giving online or sending in a check to the parish office made payable to All Saints Community Services (memo: Summer Food Program).
We understand if your family may be struggling financially during this time. If that is the case, please know our prayers are with you and ask for your prayers to end hunger in our community and world. Thank you, as always, for your generous and loving support!
Food and monetary donations for the Food Bank will be accepted near at the parish office M-F 8:30-4:30. Please check with the Parish Office before bringing your delivery, so you will know where to bring it. Our greatest needs at this time are canned soups and canned vegetables.
If you can, please make monetary donations online
Thank you for your prayers and support!
Click here to download our ministry brochure, which contains a directory of local resources for those seeking assistance in Pierce County.