Hearts for Hygiene Lenten Challenge

kthomasFirst News

From February 26 through April 11 we will be collecting hygiene items for Metrocrest Services Food Pantry. On average, the pantry serves over 200 families a week representing over 500 individuals. Often times, basic hygiene items are a forgotten necessity. Hygiene items provide cleanliness, improved health, a sense of dignity, and greater self-esteem to someone struggling with poverty or a crisis. Donations help Metrocrest Services provide aid to families living in Carrollton, Addison, Farmers Branch, Coppell and zip code 75287 in Denton County. Pick up a bag at worship entrances, fill with items listed, and return to green bin in Wesley Hall. Click here for complete list of items needed.