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Big bargains at tiny prices at our Warehouse Sale! Shop 9 am-3 pm Sat., May 25. Go inside for fabulo.. Read More
Volunteering in our food pantry is a wonderful way to make a difference in the lives of others. .. Read More
Children's clothing in all sizes needed at The Sharing Center Thrift Store. Drop off Mon.-Sat. 8:30 .. Read More
Baby Diapers needed in sizes 4, 5 & 6. Also need adult diapers in size X-Large. Deliver to our L.. Read More
Charity Navigator has awarded The Christian Sharing Center 4 stars for "sound fiscal management .. Read More
Connect with The Sharing Center at www.Facebook.com, and invite your friends to "Like" The Sharing C.. Read More
Zoom in on our food pantry, Oasis for homeless, thrift store, and more. Go 360 degrees around our Lo.. Read More
The Sharing Center needs a new 14-foot box truck to replace the one we use to pick up donations of f.. Read More
Keller-Williams "Red Day Initiative" - What an inspiring team! They were all over The Sharing Center on May 9, inside and outside at both Longwood and Sanford sites. They wrestled brush & vines in the yards, prepared new planting beds at our Garden of Hope, sorted & organized at our thrift store, warehouse, and both food pantry locations. Thanks for your commitment to improving our community!
Letter Carriers Annual "Stamp Out Hunger" Food Drive - John, a Sharing Center Pantry Volunteer, pauses in the middle of unloading just a few of the thousands of bins of food gleaned from the Letter Carriers drive on May 11. Thanks to postal workers at Airport Blvd., Sanford; Montgomery Rd., Altamonte Springs; Live Oaks Blvd., Casselberry; and Florida Central Pkwy., Longwood for filling The Sharing Center pantries! And thanks to all the postal customers who remembered to set their donations out for their letter carriers to bring in!
We are grateful for all assistance given and especially rely on church partners that provide financial support.
Last year, thanks to all of you, The Sharing Center kept over 700 families from becoming homeless and assisted over 4,500 patients with costs of prescription medicines. A total of 13,532 family interviews were conducted (touching lives of hurting children, elderly and other adults over 45,800 times). Help provided ranged from food, clothing, shelter, and transportation to a variety of medical needs and referrals for family or financial counseling and other specific needs. This could not have happened without the partnership of numerous civic groups, congregations, corporations, schoolchildren and hundreds of caring individuals who recognized and responded to the needs of their neighbors in Seminole County.
On behalf of the children, elderly and families in extreme distress who received your gifts of funds, services and time joyfully given, we thank you.
The Sharing Center also is eligible to receive designated funds from United Way.