The Roscommon County Community Foundation (RCCF) is pleased to announce they have provided a $700.00 grant to Good Shepherd United Methodist Church to help support their baby pantry and personal care pantry. The Greatest Human Needs Fund ($530.00) and the Marilyn Brown Memorial Fund ($170.00) have awarded the funds to support this project.
According to Martha Clapp, the Good Shepherd baby pantry served 5-10 families a month on average during 2017. In total seventy families have received diapers, wipes, clothes and toys.
The Good Shepherd personal care pantry has served 250-300 families in 2017, averaging 25-30 families every month. Martha Clapp shared, when visiting the personal care pantry families each are given a grocery bag containing laundry, dish and hand soap, deodorant, toilet paper, toothpaste and shampoo.
If you would like to support our community by contributing to the Greatest Human Needs Fund, the Marilyn Brown Memorial Fund, or any other RCCF Fund, please contact us at 989-275-3112, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.myrccf.org.