St. Margaret's Outreach Ministries
San Clemente Military Family Outreach: The SCMFO provides emergency assistance to the Marine families who reside in North Camp Pendleton. This ministry offers groceries, gas, diapers, school supplies, gift cards, and financial help with bills. Volunteers and community support are always welcome. For more information, you may visit their website: www.militaryfamilyoutreach.com.
EPISCOPAL RELIEF AND DEVELOPMENT: Episcopal Relief and Develop (ERD) is the National Church’s International Relief Agency that provides on-the-ground relief and assistance to communities affected by disasters around the world by partnering with local groups within communities in affected areas. For more information, visit their website: www.er-d.org.
Corazon Housebuild Ministry: Volunteers join together to change the lives of one family in Mexico by building them their own home in one day. Corazon’s “Build a House in a Day” program takes a group of 40-50 volunteers into the marginalized communities of Tijuana and Tecate and builds an eligible family a home in a day. If you would like to participate or are interested in more information, please contact Gary Goodman, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 949-249-1420.
Saturday Afternoon Meal Outreach Program: Every three weeks on Saturday afternoons at 4:30 PM, St. Margaret’s volunteers provide a simple afternoon meal to approximately 50-60 homeless and working poor individuals and families in the Doheny Beach area. We welcome any volunteers who would like to prepare various parts of the meal: meat dish, rice, pasta, or potatoes, vegetable dish, and dessert as well as to help serve the meal at the distribution site. If you like to shop and would rather not cook, donations of food and water are always appreciated. To help, please contact Steve O’Leary:
email@example.com or 714-343-0031.
Padres Unidos: Through its program in 11 Orange County sites (San Juan Capistrano in particular), Padres Unidos works with 3.5 to 5 -year-old disadvantaged Hispanic children who are often less likely to receive this critical educational preparation. At weekly sessions, children are exposed to early literacy and motor skills and creativity through art activities while learning how to separate from parents, work in groups, and make decisions. Greater parent participation results in increased involvement in their children’s education and improved school readiness. For more information, please contact Sam Corliss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 949-212-1823.
Family assistance ministries: Family Assistance Ministries (FAM) is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization assisting those in need in Southern Orange County with resources for food, shelter,
and personalized support counselling and aid, helping clients to bridge the gap from dependency
Head Start: The organization of the Christmas Adopt-a-Family effort is an annual gift-giving of Christmas items for Head Start families. The names of these families are supplied by the San Juan Capistrano Head Start Organization. St. Margaret’s Church’s parishioners and the school’s preschool and lower and middle levels traditionally provide toys, clothing, and gift cards to grocery stores for these families.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church—A Center of Grace
ALL ARE WELCOME!
31641 La Novia Avenue * San Juan Capistrano * California 92675
Telephone: 949.661.0110 * Fax: 949.661-8430
On the Web: www.stmarg.org * Email: email@example.com