The Resurrection Overland Park Food Pantry is now mobile! Pull up to the drive and volunteers will bring the groceries and supplies to your car.
We are open Mondays from 9 am to 12 noon and Wednesdays from 6–8:00 pm.
To learn more, please scroll to the information below the COVID-19 response sections.
Mission Ministries volunteers and leaders are encouraged to feel comfortable taking precautions appropriate for their own personal health situation.
As we continue to respond to community needs, we are adapting our serving opportunities to limit interactions and keep everyone healthy and safe.
When you arrive to serve, please expect to have your temperature taken and be ready to answer the following screening questions (if you answer yes to any, you will not be able to volunteer):
Volunteer shifts available Monday - Thursday.
Please sign up in advance as we are adhering to social distancing guidelines to help prevent the spread of germs and are limited to fewer than 10 people volunteering at one time. Want to donate food? Drop off donations between 1-3pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Sign up to serve!
Sign up to call or write notes to home-bound church members, deliver groceries and more.
Our team is preparing to respond to the needs of our partner pantries and organizations through food donations and sending funds. Select "COVID Response" under the Giving Type drop-down.
As we respond to the needs of our community during this time, we need more truck drivers to deliver donations and supplies to our community partners.
These are projects you can do with your family or small group that benefit our Resurrection Missions Ministries and community partners.
As the only agency in Kansas City that provides private apartments and supportive services to mothers in recovery and their children, Amethyst Place empowers families by helping them build healthy relationships, secure permanent housing, improve their educational outcomes, and gain economic stability.
Amethyst Place is in need of spaghetti sauce, snacks and activities for kids, and basic cleaning items. Donate items from their Amazon wishlist.
Avenue of Life's mission is to mobilize our community to equip and empower low-income individuals and families to be self-sustained and independent.
Avenue of Life will be distributing essentials kits to families. Donations are needed of non-perishable pantry staples, items for sack lunches, toiletries and cleaning supplies for homes, masks, gloves and disinfecting wipes.
Are you a regular blood donor at Church of the Resurrection? Keep it up!
To ensure they are prepared to support health agencies in our communities and across the country, CBC strongly urges individuals who feel healthy and well to make an appointment at a donor center or blood drive to give blood, platelets and plasma. Appointments are required; walk-ins will not be accepted at this time.
Cross-Lines was established in 1963 as “a place of hope” for those struggling with the hardships of poverty. They provide direct assistance to at-risk families, the elderly, and single individuals struggling to make ends meet.
Cross-Lines has temporarily stopped serving hot meals cafeteria style, and has started distributing sack meals for breakfasts and lunches. Funding is needed to purchase items for distribution. Donate to Cross-Lines.
Safety-net programs such as SNAP (food stamps) and WIC (women infants children) do not cover diapers. This is a huge expense for low-income families costing an estimated $80-100 per month. 1 in 3 American families struggle to provide enough diapers to keep their babies happy, healthy and dry.
Happy Bottoms has put a hold on accepting diaper donations from the public, but can turn your donations into diapers for families in need.
Harvesters Community Food Network remains committed to working with their network of more than 760 agencies to provide food to those in need.
Harvesters is encouraging the community to help by donating money. For every dollar donated you help them ensure they have the food and resources on hand to meet any additional demand. It also helps Harvesters provide means to get the food out more effectively and efficiently.
Volunteers are also needed to process and sort donations. You must be 18+ and in good health.
Hope Faith Homeless Assistance Campus is working with other local organizations to keep their guests safe, healthy, and fed.
Medical provider volunteers (doctors, nurses, EMTs, CNAs, nursing/medical students, etc.) are needed to staff the Farmers Insurance First Aid Center, providing basic vitals checks for guests. Sign-up to volunteer here.
Additionally, Hope Faith is asking for assistance in sourcing bulk meal supplies to be given out in paper sack care packages.
If you are able to do so safely, please bring the following to Hope Faith or VCP to provide for Kansas City’s homeless population. You can also make a monetary donation online.
Hope Faith: 705 Virginia Ave, Kansas City, MO 64106
VCP: 8900 Troost Ave, Kansas City, MO 64131
Fruit cups, pudding, flour tortillas, sliced bread, biscuits, deli meat, sliced cheeses, buns, applesauce, fruit snacks, granola bars, breakfast bars, honey buns, wrapped muffins, smoothies, yogurt, english muffins, individually packaged cereals, peanut butter, jelly, individually packaged chips, cheese sticks, bottled water, juice boxes, and individual milk cartons.
Sanitation & General Items
Spoons/sporks, Nitrile gloves (especially L-XL), disposable gloves, N95 disposable face, masks, disinfectant spray, commercial building/kitchen disinfectant, hand sanitizer (all sizes), sanitizing wipes, bleach, paper towels, trash bags, disposable rags, tissue paper, facial tissue, vitamins, vitamin C, sandwich bags, disposable plates, disposable cups, disposable napkins, brown paper sacks, and plastic sacks.
Shelter KC is in desperate need of hygiene items (soap, body wash, shampoo, toothpaste) and surgical masks to protect employees and guests. Store-bought masks are preferable, but they will take homemade too. Contact Shelter KC to arrange a time to drop off donations: 816-421-7643
Donating funds online will go to work immediately to care for homeless men and women in Kansas City. Donate now.
Synergy Services, Inc. began in 1970 as Synergy House, the only shelter for runaway and homeless youth in western Missouri. Through the years the organization’s reach to include young children and women victimized by abuse.
The Domestic Violence Center, Children's Center and Synergy House remain open and staff continues to provide 24 hour care and housing to children and teens in our community through this crisis.
United Way of Greater Kansas City works to provide the farthest-reaching network of support for those in need in our community. UWGKC has identified volunteer opportunities all throughout the metro area, that will help those who are impacted by this public health crisis. This list will be continuously updated, so check back.
The Resurrection Overland Park Food Pantry helps bridge the gap of food insecurity gap in our community. The Resurrection Overland Park Food Pantry offers food and children’s clothing on a once a month basis, and is a place where families in need come for emergency assistance.
All of the goods in our pantry are donated by our congregation and several other churches and groups in the community. We continue to receive support from Atonement Lutheran, Church of the Resurrection and Heritage UMC, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and more. Panera and HyVee donate day-old bakery items, and we receive food from Stilwell Baptist Church, Aldi, and several restaurants in the area. Together we make a difference!
We are open Mondays from 9 am to 12 noon (last form taken at 11:45 am) and Wednesdays from 6–8:00 pm (last form taken at 7:45 pm).
To receive assistance at the Resurrection Overland Park Food Pantry, please bring current photo identification and this month’s utility bill displaying your current address.
13720 Roe Ave.
Leawood, KS 66224
24000 W. Valley Pkwy
Olathe, KS 66061
1601 Grand Blvd.
Kansas City, MO 64108
601 NE Jefferson St.
Blue Springs, MO 64014
8412 W. 95th St.
Overland Park, KS 66212
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