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Regular Mail Donation

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InterServ - 5400 King Hill Avenue, St. Joseph, MO 64504.

















Education to Children

Good child care is often an expensive but essential service necessary for a parent to work in order to provide for a family. You can help by sponsoring a child in our child care or out of school recreation programs. $25 a week takes some of the sting out of a working parent's weekly child care bill. $100 assures a month of assistance with the cost of child care for parents who are working and don't qualify for state or federal aid with their child care tuition.


Food to People

You can help by sponsoring a Food Drive at your church, place of business, or any other place where people congregate. All donations help us assure that no one in the community ever has to go hungry.


Meals to Elderly

With your gifts of time, talent and treasure, you could sponsor an elderly person for 6 months or more or make a one-time designated gift of any amount to the Senior Nutrition program to support delivery of nutritious meals to seniors in our community. $850 covers food cost for one senior for one year. $70 delivers meals everyday to one person for one month. $16.50 covers a week of home delivered meals. We also seek additional volunteers to help prepare and/or deliver meals.












5400 King Hill Avenue

PO Box 4038

St Joseph, Missouri 64504

Ph: 816-238-4511

Fax: 816-232-7029



© 2021. Interfaith Community Services, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization.


InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.; and a contract with Second Harvest of Greater St. Joseph.