Get Involved

 
 

Donations

SECOR is always in need of donations, both monetary and in-kind, including market donations. Please consider a monthly donation – of any amount - to continue our focus and mission!

 
 

Market Donations

SECOR gladly accepts donations for our market.  This month's wish list includes: 

Food List:  

  • Spaghetti Sauce

  • Spaghetti

  • Ramen Noodles 

  • Canned Soup 

  • Peanut Butter and Jelly  

  • Canned Tuna/Chicken  

  • Helper/Skillet Meals  

  • Oatmeal (instant)  

 

Personal Hygiene:  

  • Soap (body wash and bar soap)  

  • Toothpaste and Toothbrushes  

  • Hand / Body Lotion  

  • Shampoo and Conditioner  

  • Facial Tissues  

  • Toilet Paper  

  • Deodorant 

  • Feminine Hygiene Items  

  • Diapers  

IMG_1187.jpg

SECOR-125.jpg

Volunteer!

There are so many opportunities for volunteering at SECOR – the warehouse, the market, the guests, and more!  Whether you are an individual, a family or a large group/organization, SECOR welcomes you! 

 

Check out our Volunteer page for more information on how you can give the gift of time! 


Events! Events!! Events!!! 

Throughout the year we host different events to assist in our fundraising efforts.  From our infamous 1K walk to our Corn Hole Tournament, to our Gala & Golf, we have an event for everyone at every age.  Join us at one – or several – events and help SECOR propel our guests toward self-sufficiency!  

 Our Events page has a list and description of all our events and the Calendar page shows them in a month-to-month format.  Take a look, sign-up, and let the fun begin!! 

auction.png

Spread the Word 

One of the elements of suburban poverty that makes it different than other forms of hardship is that suburban poverty is typically invisible.  Those experiencing suburban poverty are usually embarrassed, ashamed, even mortified to let others know about their circumstances.  They work hard at keeping their outward appearance "normal" and don't tell others of their predicament; they are silent.  As a result, no one ever knows they are struggling, and they may not know where they can seek help. 

 

Our big ask:  Please share who we are and what we do with everyone.  The person standing in front of you carrying on a normal conversation may need SECOR's help, but may be reluctant to tell you.  By simply sharing our story, our mission, you could be the difference between their continued struggle and getting back on their feet.  Speak up, even if they don't.