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, nutritional assistance and financial support.
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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Thanksgiving Turkey Sponsor
 

Thanksgiving Turkey Sponsor

Each year we provide Thanksgiving Turkeys for the families we serve. We need $3,500 in order to buy enough turkeys. Select the Thanksgiving Turkey option from the pull-down menu.
Santa Day Toy Sponsor
 

Santa Day Toy Sponsor

New Toys Needed for Santa Day: 300+ NEW Toys needed Approximately 300 children will visit with Santa and receive toys. Help is needed to make this magical day extra special.  Feel free to make a donation to sponsor toys (be sure to select “Toys for Santa Day” from the pulldown menu) if...
Christmas Stocking Sponsor
 

Christmas Stocking Sponsor

Stocking Sponsors for Santa Day: 300 Stockings Needed We are in need of 300 stockings — 150 red, 150 green — plus stuffers: Individual toothbrushes, toothpaste, kids shampoo, kids body wash, wash cloths, comb/brush. We like to fill our stockings with much needed items that are geared toward kids.  You...
Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program
 

Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program

We will begin accepting applications to Adopt-A-Family for Christmas on October 1. Please read our updated Guidelines.
Volunteer
 

Volunteer

        Check out our volunteer opportunities
Anna’s Angels
 

Anna’s Angels

The purpose of Anna’s Angels is to fund our ongoing expenses of $10,000 monthly with recurring monthly commitments from numerous supporters of The Lord’s Pantry at Anna’s House.
Fall Winter Spring Office Hours
 

Fall Winter Spring Office Hours

You must be registered to receive food from our food pantry. Sat: 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. REGISTRATION FOR NEW FAMILIES FOOD PANTRY OPEN: SATURDAY ONLY 10:30 a.m. – NOON  
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%...
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