March 10th marks an anniversary many us would like to forget! COVID lockdowns and Safer at Home measures went into place. So many in our community were impacted. Jobs lost, kids home from school and seniors staying safe at home. The pandemic has adversely affected all of us in one way or another. What has been very heartening during a disheartening time is how the community has come together to meet the needs of those struggling. Volunteers delivering groceries, packing and sorting groceries and serving hot meals. Donors digging deep and demonstrating generosity like we’ve never seen before. We are averaging 13,200 bags of groceries going to those in need every month! Those bags feed 2-4 people, that’s at least 26,000 people per month being fed in the midst of this pandemic! Never has Grace Resources distributed more food to those in need! Thank you all who have made this possible! Thank you to all who have been a part of bringing #hope2021!
We are approaching that light at the end of the tunnel! Many are getting vaccinated, including some on our staff, but it is important to not let our guard down yet! We want to keep you, our clients and staff safe so please wear a mask and maintain physical distancing while at our facility.
Donations - Our greatest need is food! We are committed to #feedingtheAV! We are in need of non-perishable, non-expired food with canned meats at the top of the list. Food donations can be brought by the Resource Center Monday-Friday from 9-3:30. We are accepting clothing and small household item donations. You can call us at (661) 940-5272 to set up a time to drop off those donations on Wednesdays and Fridays. Clothes must be clean and wearable. Donations of diapers and hygiene items can be donated Monday - Friday between 9am and 3:30pm.
The Barn - Our small store is now open. Hours are 9:30 - 11:30am
Clothing Distribution - Those in need of clothing and/or shoes will be able to come pick out clothing Tuesday - Thursday from 12:30 -1:30. It’s critical you follow all safety protocols! If you do not have a mask we can provide one..
Tuesday - walk up groceries 10am; drive-thru groceries 1pm; hot meal 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month
Wednesday - walk-up groceries for our Spanish-speaking clients 10am; hot meal every week 5:30pm
Thursday - walk-up groceries 10am; drive-thru groceries 1pm
Friday - hot meal served every week 5:30pmSunday - hot meal served every week 5:30pm
If you are quarantined or unable to leave your home and live in Lancaster or Quartz Hill you can sign up for a weekly grocery delivery at projectdoordrop.comRemember, you are welcomed to every hot meal and can receive groceries once per week.We are looking forward to a year of hope and feeding the Antelope Valley.
If you have questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (661) 940-5272.
The help we provide to the community is made possible by the many generous members of our community. Donations as simple as clean socks can go a long way. With the summer season just around the corner, cool clothes and bottled water are needed and greatly appreciated. Donations are not the only way to participate! Volunteers are needed 6 days a week. From processing donations to serving delicious meals to the community, help is always needed.