PRCC supports a variety of charitable causes. 

2016 CROP WALK to raise funds for world hunger

2016 CROP WALK to raise funds for world hunger

For many years, PRCC has donated our entire Christmas Eve offering to Church World Service's Blanket Fund which distributes warm blankets to people in times of disaster. 

Souper Bowl of Caring 2017 raised $1,165 and 647 lbs. of food for The Community Center of Northern Westchester.  Thank you to the wonderful customers at Scotts Corner Market who donated!

Thank you to everyone who donated items and helped to pack 281 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child in Nov. 2016!  Thank you to everyone who donated $7 per box for the postage!  Our boxes went to West Africa's Burkina Faso and Mali; Mexico and Namibia in Southern Africa. 

PRCC provided food for the Emergency Shelter Partnership on Feb. 2 at Mount Kisco UMC.

We made Valentines for Neighbor to Neighbor's Project Cupid in February!

deciding what goes into the operation Christmas Child shoe boxes is a serious endeavor!

deciding what goes into the operation Christmas Child shoe boxes is a serious endeavor!

 

Lobster Festival

The lobster festival is our biggest fundraiser each year. 

In 2014, we donated $4,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project. 

In 2012, we raised $12,781, most of which will be distributed to charities chosen by the church's Outreach and Missions Committee.  A-HOME and Abbott House were two of the recipients.

In 2011, we raised $14,320 and split the proceeds between The Pound Ridge Lion's Volunteer Ambulance Corps. and the Pound Ridge Fire Department with each receiving $7,160

In 2010 we raised $12,200 for the Food Bank for Westchester.  Since the foodbank is able to buy food in bulk, the dollars went further in helping the other hunger assistance organizations who receive food from them.

Mission Trip to Red Bird Mission in Kentucky.  13 of us traveled in August 2012 to help out two appalachian homeowners make needed repairs to their homes. 

Heifer Project 

We raised more than $5,200 in 2010 for Heifer Project International, a not for profit organization dedicated to helping families become self-reliant through the gift of farm animals.   For more info. about Heifer, go to www.heifer.org.

Hurricane Sandy Relief

Thanks to the generosity of our congregants, we collected $1588 to be sent to UMCOR, the United Methodist Committee on Relief which is heavily involved in the relief effort.  PRCC has sent work teams to Staten Island.  If you are interested in helping, please contact Pastor Lori Miller at pastorlori@poundridgecommunitychurch.org

PRCC's Committee on Outreach and Missions team has led the church in supporting many charities - local and throughout the world.

An alphabetical partial list follows:

A-HOME   (Not-for-profit community-based organization that provides safe and affordable places to live.)  Click here for more information about A-HOME. 

Community Center of Northern Westchester (local food assistance program).  PRCC holds an annual food drive and monetary collection at Scott's Corner Market.   Youth Group also participates in "Souper" Bowl of Caring and donates proceeds to the Community Center. 

CROP Walk (Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty.  2,200 walks take place all over the country.)  PRCC sponsors the Northeast Westchester CROP walk 25% of funds raised stay local going to the Community Center of Northern Westchester and the Interfaith Food Pantry in Mt. Kisco.

Food Bank for Northern Westchester - Recipient of 2010's Lobster Festival net proceeds. 

Interfaith Food Pantry (food for local families and individuals) 

United Methodist Home (senior living home in Shelton, CT)

Water.org (An organization that serves communities in Africa, South Asia and Central America working to deliver water using innovative solutions with long term success.)

Women's Advocacy Ministry (provides legal support to incarcerated women and their children, and works to improve their quality of life.) 


Caring

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Local and Global - Every little bit matters!