Serving the families of Stringtown

The Lord's Pantry at Anna's House strives to enhance the lives of those we serve by empowering families through educational programs and nutritional assistance.
Through the generosity of many, we will continue to seek out and implement additional programs which will help families to become self-sufficient.

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Hours 2018
 
Hours 2018
Operating Hours for Anna’s House: Tues. & Thurs: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. • Mon., Fri. & Sun.: CLOSED
Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program
 
Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program
Each year, nearly 200 families come to Anna’s House Multi-Service Center seeking help in providing Christmas gifts for their children. Our Adopt-A-Family program is specifically designed to address that issue. Individuals and families along with businesses, clubs and churches are welcome to Adopt-A-Family. Well before Christmas, the sponsor is matched with the family they are…
Volunteer Portal
 
Volunteer Portal
Click here to be re-directed to our Volunteer Portal where you can sign up for a number of volunteer opportunities with Anna’s House Multi-Service Center.
Thanksgiving Turkey Sponsor
 
Thanksgiving Turkey Sponsor
Each year, through our Thanksgiving Turkey Campaign, we provide Thanksgiving Turkeys for the families we serve. We need $3,500 in order to buy the 200 turkeys that we need. Select the Thanksgiving Turkey option from the pull-down menu.
Volunteer
 
Volunteer
Anna’s House Multi-Service Center offers a number of opportunities for individuals, groups and families (we welcome children as young as 5-years-old with an adult) to volunteer. Choose from volunteering at our Saturday Morning Food Pantry, events like National Night Out and Wednesday Night Community Dinner to special programs including our Back-to-School Backpack and School Supply…
Anna’s Angels
 
Anna’s Angels
The purpose of Anna’s Angels (named in honor of Anna Molloy) at Anna’s House Multi-Service Center is to fund our ongoing expenses. Each month we have about $10,000 in recurring expenses — from utilities to needing to supplement our food distribution. Monthly commitments from numerous supporters of Anna’s House Multi-Service Center help offset these expenses.…
Donate Now
 
Donate Now
Donate Now to support the operation and programs of Anna’s House Multi-Service Center serving the residents of the Stringtown neighborhood on the near-westside of Indianapolis.
Poverty in Indianapolis
 
Poverty in Indianapolis
In Indianapolis, 18,000 children are routinely hungry. Eight out of ten Indianapolis Public School students are on free or reduced lunches. Households undergoing a crisis — such as loss of job or income, sudden illness, or high medical bills — make up 60% of all households receiving food. About 50% of food pantry clients are…
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