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Welcome Warehouse serves people in the Dublin City School District who are struggling to meet basic needs because of job loss, underemployment, health crises, or other challenges. The Welcome Warehouse Free Store is located at Indian Run. Indian Run also provides volunteers and collects needed items throughout the year.
Contact: Linda Swearingen
Outreach is to provide food, clothing and free
medical care for our neighbors in need in the
Short North and around Columbus. Indian Run
collects items for New Life throughout the year and has a commitment to provide volunteers to the breakfast ministry and clothing room on the 3rd Sunday of each month.
for the needs of hungry people by collecting and
distributing food and grocery products, educating
the community about hunger, and collaborating
with others who address basic human needs.
The Pantry provides food for more than 9000
individuals each year in the Dublin Community.
Indian Run provides volunteers during the month
of February and to hold a food drive twice a
year during February and November.
Contact: Church Office
are unable to provide meals for themselves. Caring volunteers and staff deliver meals to the home 365 days a year. Indian Run
volunteers deliver lunches on Saturdays.
suburbs of the Greater Columbus, Ohio area, whose mission is to bring affordable housing to economically disadvantaged families, most commonly in partnership with Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio. As one of five partner churches, Indian Run provides volunteers on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s and also takes turns providing lunches for the work crew.
community. Indian Run participates in the annual Walk for the Homeless.
inspires hope and service through volunteer home repair in Central Appalachia. Indian Run sends a team of students and adults for a week each summer to help make
home warmer, safer and drier.
Indian Run students participate in this “no-eat” overnight event each year in late winter/early spring.
have delivered shoeboxes filled with toys, school supplies, hygiene items, and notes of encouragement to over 124 million children affected by war, poverty, natural disasters, and other crises in more than 150 countries and territories. Indian Run collects items and packs shoeboxes each fall.
we are called. Indian Run UMC typically sends a team of 10 people to Haiti each Winter.