Everyone goes through hard times and the staff at White Flag is available to you!
People often assume that as Pastors we are always busy and don't have time to pray with people over specific needs. This is not true; as Pastors one of our primary responsibilities is to meet with people, listen, counsel and pray. Please don't hesitate to call and schedule an appointment if you find yourself facing a challenge. It would be our privilege to come along side of you during your difficult time.
PRAYER - There are times when life is overwhelming, when all we have is questions. The great thing about prayer is that it shifts our perspective toward the One who stands ready to listen. No matter what you’re facing, our prayer team and staff are ready to pray with you!
WHITE FLAG does not have the resources to provide for requests for financial assistance to the community at large. We reserve requests for financial support to members or regular attendees of the church. That does not mean that we are not interested in helping those that have fallen on hard times outside our church. It is our desire to help you to find the help you need. Our church provides monthly financial support to community programs and we would like to give you some information on these area organizations that are better equipped to give more assistance.
St. Louis office 314-539-6583
FEED MY PEOPLE
171 Kingston Drive 3295 Ottomeyer Rd
St. Louis, Mo 63125 High Ridge, MO 63049
Feed My People is an emergency help center. Appointments are necessary to receive help. If you qualify, you can receive food twice per month and you may be eligible for help in other areas of need. Call for an appointment.
JEFFERSON COUNTY RESCUE MISSION
8943 Commercial Blvd., PO Box 210
Pevely, MO 63070
Directions: Hwy 55 south to Exit 180, Hwy Z-left at fork then left on Hwy Z-right on Hwy 61 (Commercial Blvd) go .8 miles to 8943 Commercial Blvd.
Mission Statement: To provide assistance to needy families and individuals of Jefferson County Missouri. To provide shelter for needy men.
The Mission has been in existence in Jefferson County for more than 20 years, providing a caring place for shelter, food, counsel, household goods, clothes, and knowledgeable referrals, all at no charge to the recipient.
Food Pantry is open five days a week.
Monday - Friday
9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
ARNOLD FOOD PANTRY
25 Village Plaza
Arnold, MO 63010
Directions: Village Plaza is on Jeffco Blvd just south of Telegraph Road
The Arnold Food Pantry is a non-profit food pantry, serving the citizens of Jefferson County, Missouri. Located in Arnold, Missouri, south of St. Louis. Temporary assistance to individuals and families seeking help with food and personal items.
OPERATION FOOD SEARCH HUNGER HOTLINE
Operation Food Search responds 7 days a week, 24 hours a day through the Hunger Hotline where those in need can find information on where to find food assistance as well as other kinds of help. Nearly 1,500 calls a month are received.
Do you need food assistance? Call the "HUNGER HOTLINE" at (314) 726-5355.
Mo LOW INCOME ENERGY PROGRAM
Through the Mo Department of Social Services (573) 751-4815
If you are an AmerenUE customer and need help paying your electric bill call 1-800-552-7583 and follow the telephone prompts.
Dollar-Help grants are awarded on an as-needed basis by local social-service agencies when all public funds have been exhausted. Grants can range as high as $700 per household under certain circumstances. In FY 2006, more than 2,200 payments were made on behalf of low-income families and older adults. The grant size per household averaged approximately $319. Grants are limited to one per household per fiscal year (July 1 to June 30). If you are in need of assistance, contact one of the following agencies or e-mail email@example.com.
St. Louis City or County Jefferson County
EnergyCare Catholic Family Services
2758 Wyoming Street 110 Briarton Lane
St. Louis, MO 63118 Crystal City, MO 63019
(314) 773-5900 (636) 931-5859
SAFE FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN
Parents experiencing a temporary crisis can ask Safe Families For Children to find a loving host family for their children (newborns through age 18) to stay with while the parents address the issues that led to their situation. Problems such as postpartum depression or unemployment can hit suddenly and be debilitating. There is no charge for SFFC.