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If you have men’s clothes lying around that aren’t being used, Shoulder the Cross would be honored to have them. Contact us to make arrangements for pickup or delivery.

Donations of many other items are also being accepted. If you have something you read about in the Blog or maybe something you thought a homeless person might need or want. Do you have an extra radio, batteries or maybe some over the counter medicine you wan to get rid of? Contact us to make arrangements for pickup or delivery.

If you would like to give a monetary donation, those are being accepted through Mobile Loaves and Fishes Inc. All monetary donations will be exclusive to Shoulder the Cross and will be used to fund supplies for the Shoulder the Cross ministry.. Please click - here for monetary donations.  If you wish to send us check, put Shoulder the Cross in the memo field and send only checks to:

Mobile Loaves & Fishes Inc.
5524 Bee Cave Road, Bldg. M
Austin, TX 78746

Time and talent. If you have the time to help out on Monday mornings or would be interested in learning more about what it would take to start your own ministry through Shoulder the Cross, Contact us anytime for further information.

If you would like to Volunteer for an upcoming event, Shoulder the Cross would love to have you. Please subscribe to our mailing list here and then send an email to the mail list with what you would like to volunteer for. Shoulder the Cross can also sign off on community service hours. Contact us here for Austin community service hours requests as well as Round Rock community service, Georgetown community service, Hutto community service, Pflugerville community service and Cedar Park community service, click here.

Thanks to all and God Bless you

“In the Eucharist I see Christ in the appearance of the bread. In the slums I see Christ in the distressing disguise of the poor. The Eucharist and the poor are but one love for me."

- Mother Teresa

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