Supply Levels at Cherry Street Mission Ministries
With the recent extreme
weather, Cherry Street experienced high turnout for meals
and safe overnight stays. The extreme need through the past
week has put a strain on the limited resources Cherry Street
maintains to provide nutritious meals and safety.
For almost 72 years,
Cherry Street has kept their doors open 24 hours a day, 7
days a week, 365 days a year- to provide the basic needs to
those living in poverty and life transformative
As the temperature dropped
Cherry Street saw more and more people seeking shelter and
help. Cherry Street is delighted to have been giving the
chance to intersect in the lives of more people. While the
surge in meals and overnight stays lowered stores and
diminished supply levels, Cherry Street was prepared.
“While emergency is over,
the real work begins,” said Dan Rogers, CEO of Cherry
Cherry Street is
fulfilling the promise to provide basic needs and
transformative opportunities, but is seeking the community’s
help and partnership.
The following items are
needed to continue serving all who seek refuge:
Food donations can be
dropped off at the Life Revitalization Center located at
1501 Monroe Street Toledo OH 43604 daily from 7am to 7pm.
Financial donations can be
provided through the website at www.cherrystreetmission.org
or mailed to Cherry Street Mission Ministries 105 17th
Street Toledo OH 43604.
Founded in 1947, Cherry
Street Mission Ministries provides basic needs, housing
solutions, and opportunities for transformation and
redemption through plan development. Cherry Street is
privately funded and does not receive government funding.