Metropolitan Ministries Is in Need of Donations & Help From the Community

Justine Burke, Vice President of Marketing for Metropolitan Ministries, joined AM Tamp Bay to discuss Metropolitan Ministries is moving into phase two of its three-phase emergency response plan.

Essential services are needed for families living at Metropolitan Ministries and those serving in the community will operate differently in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local and state officials.

Redeployed staff are building food and hygiene boxes at the Metro Min warehouse.

The Family Support Center has moved to a drive-up service model from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday at both our Tampa and Holiday locations. Also Dade City.

  • Prepared food boxes and hygiene kits will be distributed to those most in need as available, on a first come, first served basis.
  • Family Support Center classes and training are suspended until further notice.
  • Those needing financial assistance should complete the online form. (Click here for Form) Submit this online form for a future prevention assessment appointment. Those who don’t have access to the internet, call (813) 209-1200.

Meal site locations will be open for the time being with to-go style meals and additional precautions in place.Click here to see the map

Volunteers will practice social distancing and will be limited to 10 individuals.

The Metro BrigAIDe mobile street team is still serving at limited locations with added precautions.

Most Needed Items:

  • Food: cereal, canned vegetables, canned fruit, canned meats, beans, peanut butter
  • Hygiene items

To learn more information or how you can help click here

(Metropolitan Ministries)

Photo: Aaron Jacobson

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