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Be a Driving Force

Host a food drive, clothing drive, unwrapped toy drive, etc.
No matter what time of year, gather up friends, a book club, or work colleagues to host a drive. Nothing feels more rewarding than joining together in support of helping our most vulnerable neighbors.

Contact us if you plan to host a Food or Clothing Drive to schedule marketing coverage and pick up.

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Party Favors

Host a ‘Party with a Passion’ or what most people refer to as a House Party to help raise funds AND long-term relationships for Providence Ministries. You get to share exactly why you are passionate about this work, and give them the opportunity to help you make something happen. That help can come in the form of money, introductions to other people, volunteering, willingness to become a board member, help in spreading the word about our work, donating needed items, or throwing their own ‘Party With a Passion’ to support our work.

Peer Support

If you are on Facebook, you are one click away from ‘Creating your own Fundraiser’ to benefit Providence Ministries. Whether it is a milestone birthday or anniversary or perhaps it’s the season of giving.

Visit Facebook

Smile Wide

Amazon Smile – Did you know you can donate money to Providence Ministries just by shopping? When you designate Providence Ministries for the Needy, Inc. as your charity when you shop AmazonSmile, we automatically receive a donation at no additional cost to you.

Visit AmazonSmile

Pay It Forward

Please keep PM in mind when contributing to any one of these three campaigns; just set it up as a payroll deduction with your employer.

  • Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) for federal employees
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Campaign (COMEC) for state employees
  • United Way of Pioneer Valley offers DONOR CHOICE to all contributors.

Donated items are appreciated year-round.

During November and December, when the cold and holidays arrive, we are in desperate need of the following: turkeys, blankets, coats of all sizes, hats, mittens, and unwrapped toys.