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Bethesda Mission Donation Drive

The Bethesda Mission Donation Drive will be held from January 14th-29th at Linglestown Middle School.


During January, the LMS Community Helpers Committee is supporting Bethesda Mission during its monthly donation drive. Read on to see how YOU can help support them too.

Since 1914, Bethesda Mission has been reaching out to men, women, and children of all races, nationalities, and creeds, providing the poor and homeless with shelter, food, clothing, and discipleship.

A soft pillow, a warm meal, and peace from life’s storms are what Bethesda offers the men, women, and children who walk through their doors. Their walls offer safety from chaos-filled homes and noisy streets, and their hospitality returns a small portion of the grace they’ve been given to the people they serve.

YOU can Make a Difference in People’s Lives!


YOU can help inspire hope in struggling men, women & children in the Harrisburg area. Please donate today to Bethesda Mission and make a difference - one life at a time.

Men’s Mission items: Plastic trash bags (13 gal. and 30 gal.), Shaving cream (small cans), Padlocks with keys for lockers, Toilet paper, Paper towels, Clorox wipes, Ensure Nutritional Drink

Women’s Mission items: Gallon size ziploc bags, Toilet paper, Paper towels, Hand Sanitizer/Wipes

Community Center items: School Supplies, Book Bags, Board games (new), Portable Soccer Nets, Soccer Balls, Dodge Balls

Click here for a complete Bethesda Mission Needs List!

Each day LMS will have boxes on the porch to the left of the main entrance. Please drop any items off at any time during the school day.

**When you drop off your donations, there will be a cart containing paper cut-outs for you to write your name on, and we can display them on our LMS Community  Helpers wall. Write your name on one for each item you donate. There will be instructions to follow on the cart.

Thank YOU in advance for helping others, investing in YOUR future, and
showing YOUR LMS RAMS PRIDE!

The LMS Community Helpers Committee