Emergency Food & Shelter Programs

* Pictured above is the local board meeting with funded organizations.
Local board representations from: American Red Cross, Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan, National Council of the Churches of Christ of the USA, Salvation Army, and United Way

Federal Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP)

United Way of St. Clair County has identified additional community needs in the following areas and provided assistance in coordinating and collaborating resources to fulfill these needs.

The Federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program provides funding for agencies delivering basic human service needs to victims of personal crisis and unemployment.  In St. Clair County, our United Way manages these funds as a service to the community.  This year, $75,858 (Phase 37), $108,151 (Phase CARES), and $9,925 (Phase CARES ~ SSA) was distributed in St. Clair County.  Organizations that have recently received EFSP funding include Blue Water Safe Horizons, The Harbor, The Salvation Army, Downriver Helping Hands, Downriver Bread of Life Nutrition Center, Blue Water Community Food Depot (Port Huron), Harbor Impact Ministries, Trinity United Methodist Food Pantry (Algonac), SOS Marysville Food Pantry, Blue Water Area Rescue Mission, Detroit Rescue Mission (Port Huron Pathway Shelter), Mid City Nutrition, and the C3 Connection.

(All applications must be submitted to United Way of St. Clair County by 4:30 p.m. on September 28, 2020 for consideration.)

United Way of St. Clair County provides the management and accountability necessary to increase government funding in our community.

Click here for a listing of Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens.

Click here for a calendar of Food Trucks.

Click here for a listing of Shelters.