Aid For Friends provides free meals and visits to the isolated homebound, needy, ill and elderly.
To provide dinners as a cook, no special skills or extra time are required. Free supplies (trays, bags and cover sheets) are available in a marked cabinet in the kitchen of the Lower Church Hall.
When you prepare a meal at home, simply place single portions of a balanced meal into the tray, cover it tightly with your own foil, label the contents on the sheet provided, bag the tray, and place the dinner in your freezer.
At your convenience, return your frozen meals to the Parish House (rectory) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays or from 10:40 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sundays. Meals may also be dropped off to the freezer in the kitchen of the Lower Church Hall.
To serve as a visitor, you will see your client in his or her home for at least one hour per week to deliver the necessary number of meals. Additional time and assistance to an individual client is at your discretion.
To refer someone who may need meal assistance, contact the Ministry Coordinator (below) or the Parish House (610.874.3418 ext. 106).
View our ministry's objectives here.