Outreach

Outreach Programs serve those in need throughout our community. 

 

TRUE Fund (Toward the Relief of Unusual Emergencies)

Through T.R.U.E funds All Saints’ Episcopal Church continuously helps individuals and families who are in crisis. Our intent is to help them return to self-sufficiency, and we do this in the name of Jesus Christ.

This service is completely supported by the members of All Saints’ church and managed by a group of volunteers under the direction of our Rector and Vestry.

Individuals requesting help must present photo ID and documents that identify the need for assistance. We collaborate with other agencies that provide similar services and in some instances are able to jointly assist the individual in need.

Indiantown Food Program

Each Sunday the members of the congregation are asked to bring specific foodstuffs for distribution to migrant workers in the Indiantown area.

Bethany House

This outreach arm of The Women’s Fellowship produces quilts and handmade goods for local charities. No skill is needed, and free supplies and instruction is provided. Volunteers meet each Wednesday in Bethany House, which is located across from the Parish Hall, following the 10 am service.

All Saints Thrift Shop

Reselling quality used goods in a comfortable setting is the mission of All Saints’ Thrift Shop. Located across the street from the church and Houg Hall, the Thrift shop is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 2pm. Here you’ll find clothing and household goods that are offered to the public at drastically reduced prices.

The Henry Sumner LeDuc Student Scholarship

Established from a restricted endowment of the LeDuc family this fund offers a maximum of $2,500 per year to college students. The grants are offered from a rotating fund utilizing income from the endowment. The fund is directed by a committee of the parish and administered by a volunteer administrator.

The DeFiore-Glover Scholarship Fund

The DeFiore-Glover Scholarship Fund was formally organized and created in the fall of 2010 by Clarence “Buddy” Glover in honor of his partner of 51 years Donald DeFiore.  The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarships and grants in Martin and St. Lucie counties to worthy students needing assistance. Nearly ten thousand dollars in scholarship/grant money was distributed in the last year.

 

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