We give, at no-cost, a 3-day supply of nutritious food to make 9 meals to over 3,500 hungry men, women, and children every month from seven pantries in Evansville. Food referral issued through township trustee or Dept of Welfare (800-403-0864).
Central United Methodist Church – 300 Mary St, 47710
Monday & Thursday
Nativity Eastside Pantry – 1304 S. Green River Road
Wednesday & Thursday
Wednesday Evenings: 5:30-7:30 pm (Referral issued @ 5:15)
Patchwork Central – 100 Washinton Ave., 47713
St. Matthews Christian – 3007 First Ave., 47710
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
9:30-11:30 am, 12:00-2:00 pm
St. Vincent de Paul – 809 N. Lafayette Ave., 47711
8:30-11:30 am, 1:15-3:30 pm
Referrals issued: 8:30-11:15 am, 1:15-3:15 pm
West Side Food Pantry
Simpson United Methodist Church – 2201 W. Illinois St., 47712
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Tuesday Evenings: 6:00-8:00 pm (Referral issued @ 6:00)
Zion Missionary Baptist Church – 1800 S. Governor, 47713
Monday & Thursday
8:30 am – 12:30 pm
We represent victims of sexual abuse in civil cases. Our attorneys have extensive experience advocating for survivors of sexual abuse, exploitation and rape. We are dedicated to helping victims of these horrible crimes heal the wounds of their abuse by empowering them through the legal process. We can be reached by phone at 1 866 241 7753 and all calls are strictly confidential
Holly’s House is a non-residential child and adult victim advocacy center serving individuals in southwest Indiana. Holly’s House exists to empower victims of intimate crime and abuse by providing support, promoting justice, and preventing violence. The vision for Holly’s House is to be a local leader in preventing intimate crime and supporting victims and their families, while bringing awareness to the community. Individuals who have experienced child abuse, domestic violence, or sexual assault can contact Holly’s House to learn more about their services.
How May Holly’s House Help You?
Giving women and children a comfortable safe place to begin healing the wounds of homelessness and building foundations for successful lives.
From Sr. Joanna Trainer, O.S.B., founder of the House of Bread and Peace:
At a Christmas dinner in Evansville, Indiana in 1979 I was shocked by the hunger of the poor. I was moved to do something about this issue and found motivation from the Catholic Worker Houses started by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin. Dorothy Day showed love and compassion to the homeless.
Her philosophy was built on the Gospels, especially that of Matthew 25: Feed the Hungry, Shelter the Homeless, Clothe the Naked, Visit the Sick, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit those in Prison
And Jesus said: “Whatever you do to the least of my brothers and sister you do it to me!”
The Women They Work With
They come from every walk of life, every financial background, every race, and religion. They share the desire and the hope that they will be independent again.
House of Bread and Peace helps
- the mother and child who have been asked to leave a shared residence
- the woman who has worked for 30 years and now finds herself homeless with a permanent disability
- the young woman who dropped out of high school and had a child, whom social service has taken away
We help people of our community work through the hard things they have experienced by providing the highest level of trauma therapy available. We offer outpatient counseling in our east side location. To make an appointment, please call our office at 812-471-1776. Please do not email to request an appointment or to seek emergency help.