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Your tax deductible donation will help us reach the most vulnerable among us.

The food pantry is only part of what we do.

Rental and Utility Assistance  Our Advocacy Director helps clients with rental and utility assistance, to keep people in their homes and keep the lights on.

After School Program  Our After School Program assists elementary school students with their homework, Scholarship Program  Years later our Scholarship Program rewards the After School Program students with funds for college.

Birthday and Holiday gifts  Open Door provides birthday gifts for the children of regular clients, ages 6 to 16, who live within our service area.  Holiday gifts are made available to those same families, for ages newborn to 17.

Senior Treats  Our homebound Seniors receive special treat bags on holidays.

Delivery Program  The delivery program services clients who cannot get to Open Door.

Join our community of supporters.

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Bring Donations to our back door in the Broad Street Parking Lot

Monday - Thursday  10am - 2pm 

August is National Eye Exam Month

"If your eyes feel healthy, it's easy to assume they are healthy. But many eye diseases don't have any warning signs — so you could have an eye problem and not know it. The good news is, there's a lot you can do to set yourself up for a lifetime of seeing well!" 


Check out sources for Healthy Vision here     Más información sobre Visión saludable.

Glasses Fitting

Take Care of Your Eyes:

  • Know your family's health history

  • Eat healthy foods
  • Get active

  • Wear sunglasses

  • Wear protective eyewear for work or sports

  • Take a screen break

  • Disinfect your contact lens

  • Quit smoking

Children's Eye Exam

Good vision is an essential tool for learning.  Seeing clearly, focusing, and developing eye-hand coordination are some of the many skills your student needs for success in school.

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