The St. Luke’s CRISIS AID TEAM is a resource to support groups in our community dealing with sudden, traumatic situations helping to fill the gaps in the existing support network when the unthinkable happens.
Local Afghan Refugee Update
St. Luke’s continues being a part of a broad network of organizations/agencies assisting local Afghan refugee families. Thank you to our wonderful congregation for your outpouring of donated items and funds!
Drivers and donations of furniture are needed. Both efforts are being coordinated through the volunteer organization Open Doors for Refugees (ODFR). To learn more about ODFR, visit the ODFR website.
Drivers / Assist getting individuals to medical, dental and government processing appointments. Details on the ODFR website.
Furniture / Visit the ODFR website for current needs and donation details.
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The Crisis Aid Fund is used to fill the gaps in the community support network. Donations will be directed towards the general Crisis Aid Fund for the next time there is a need in the community. We are amazed and so very grateful for your generosity...thank you!
Crisis Aid Team
The Crisis Aid team welcomes new members. When needed, we meet Tuesday nights at 8pm via Zoom. Please contact Pastor Carrie for more information.
Crisis Aid News
Add your name to the “Good Neighbor Crisis Aid” email list to receive updates.
Crisis Aid Guiding Principles
The St. Luke’s Crisis Aid Team is a resource to support groups dealing with sudden, traumatic situations – assisting when the unthinkable happens. We will:
work with other Madison area organizations to optimize their strengths including those providing food, clothing, shelter, other basic needs and professional case management.
utilize St. Luke’s resources to fill the gaps in the network of partners.
communicate with the St. Luke’s community about the work being done by us and other partners.
recognize our support is for a short-term basis.
represent St. Luke’s in a manner in line with our mission and Christian beliefs including treating all with dignity, respect and confidentiality.