St. Paul’s CHOW Pantry
In cooperation with the Broome County Council of Churches and its Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW) we have been serving neighbors in need since 1994. CHOW thanks YOU and asks for your continued support.
Due to recent recommendation from the Endicott Police Department, the doors must remain closed and locked at all times. As a result of this new measure, a referral MUST be obtained from CHOW by calling 211. Unfortunately, no walk-ins will be served.
- Peanut Butter
- Fruit Juice (not grapefruit, please)
- Hot and Cold Cereals
- Spaghetti Sauce
CHAP (Community Hygiene Assistance Program)
This program supplies personal hygiene products which are not covered by public assistance fronds. Some examples are:
- Laundry Detergent
- Toothbrushes, toothpaste and deordorant
- Dish Detergent
- Shampoo and Soap
The Bernice Gould Memorial Fund Allocation Grants
The Bernice Gould Fund exists to support new or existing programs run by charitable or non-profit organizations that have outreach programs serving an identifiable community. Funds are limited and competitive. The maximum grant per request is $1,500.00. Preference is given to projects with smaller budgets where our grant would make a significant difference and organizations that have not been previously assisted. Click here for the application.
Canteen at Trinity Memorial Church, Binghamton, NY
On the fifth Sunday of the month, various groups of parishioners prepare the free lunch at the Canteen. St. Paul’s provides the funding for the meal, members of the church provide salad, fruit and dessert; each group hosts the clients who dine at the Canteen. For more information on the Canteen click here.
Annual Ice Cream Social
On the second Wednesday of every August, the neighborhood gathers for a free Ice Cream Social on the lawn of the church. The ice cream is graciously provided by the Hershey Ice Cream Co. and enhanced by a visit from the Ross Park Zoo Mobile.