One half of Second Unitarian’s offering received in February will go to the Siena/Francis House.
The Siena/Francis House is the region’s largest shelter, providing food, shelter, clothing, and hope for homeless men, women, and children.
Since 1975, the Siena/Francis House has provided emergency overnight shelter to men, women, and women with children, food to the homeless, clothing, case management outreach services, and a residential addiction recovery program.
(Although we did Share the Plate with Siena/Francis House in February, 2012, given the recent extreme weather conditions in Omaha, we felt it necessary and appropriate to Share The Plate again this February.)
To nominate an organization for our Share the Plate program, visit the church website or contact the Social Justice Coordinating Council or Rev. Scott.