Caring Casseroles

Caring Casseroles is part of the Feed the Need
ministry at St. Francis of Assisi. 

Caring Casseroles are freezer friendly dinners that volunteers provide the first weekend of each month. These casseroles will be given to our Feed the Need families when an extra meal is needed.

It’s easy to participate in Caring Casseroles!

 Casseroles can be dropped off on (Caring Casserole weekend)
usually the first Saturday and Sunday of each month.

Make a cooked casserole that we can freeze.
– Place it in a disposable pan or Ziploc freezer bag.
– Use one of our recipes or one of your own family recipes.
– Please, DO NOT FREEZE THE CASSEROLE! … Just refrigerate it!


Attach a information label to your Caring Casserole.

– Print a label from the link provided below or, we do have blank lables available in the
  Feed the need closet (Clare Hall) they are on the ledge accross from the refrigerator.

 

Place your (unfrozen, cooked) casserole in the Feed the Need refrigerator
which is located in Clare Hall (second hall on left by washrooms).
As you enter St. Francis from Leesville Rd., continue up the driveway and turn left into the main
parking lot. Clare Hall is the first building from the parking lot. The Feed the Need refrigerator is
located in a small room in the hallway near the restroom signs, the 2nd hallway to the left as you
enter from the parking lot. The refrigerator room is right next to the Women’s restroom and there is
a Feed the Need sign on the door.

(Click here) for recipes!

(Click here) for a Feed the Need Casserole label

2019 Dates for Caring Casseroles

Aug 3 & 4
Sept 7 & 8
Oct 5 & 6
Nov 2 & 3
Dec 7 & 8

*Different week due to holiday weekend
Thanks so much for helping!

 Check the Sunday bulletin and/or the announcements section on our website for upcoming events.

                                   If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Caring Casseroles or the Feed the Need ministry,
                                                               please contact: Kathleen Owen (Kathleen.owen@stfrancisraleigh.org)
                                                                                        or Kathy Halula (KathyHalula@gmail.com)

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