With a gracious donation from two local businesses, the United Methodist Temple will be able to add valuable stores of food to their food pantry in a time of need. Precision Pipeline Spread A, a group of spouses of pipeline workers, approached the Harrison County Family Resource Network with a $1000 donation to help children in need in our community. Dismas Charities Clarksburg, a local federal residential re-entry center, matched $200 of those monies making the total donation $1200. The HCFRN contacted the United Methodist Temple regarding the needs they had for their weekly brown bag program which feeds children in the community who are in need of additional supports. This would not have been possible without the gracious donation and thoughtful support from the Precision Pipeline Families. These families believe in meaningfully contributing to the places in which they work, even if they are only here for a short time. The UMT brown bag program provides wholesome food for children in our community on weekends and evenings throughout the summer. For more information on how you can donate to local programs, visit our website or contact your local food pantries.
Elizabeth M. Shahan, MSW, LGSW, PSII, has been the Executive Director of the organization for 8 years. Feel free to contact her at 304-423-5049.