Services We Provide

Food Pantry

Provides food and infant formula to households that meet the Federal poverty guidelines and nutrition education to provide encouragement for healthy living. In 2016, PCRC became a Redistribution Organization, working with Philabundance, a member of Feeding America, for the purpose of improving and expanding the logistical transfer of food and grocery product to additional pantries across Montgomery County.

Wise Food Shopper

A workshop series designed to educate families in healthy nutritious meal planning.

Community Meals Program

Provides five complete lunches and dinners weekly, including holidays.

Dry Goods Program

Provides clothing, household and personal care items to those in need.

Financial Assistance/Supportive Services Program

Provides emergency assistance, referrals and education and support to help individuals and families achieve productive self-sufficiency.

Housing Resource Center

Provides case management services and support in finding safe, affordable housing for individuals and families facing homelessness. Such services are provided to clients across Montgomery County who meet eligibility requirements for the program.

Understanding Poverty To Plan And Persevere

“UP3” is an educational workshop open to community members who receive public assistance and who wish to investigate poverty and establish a plan for future stability.

Bridges Out Of Poverty

Is an educational program open to private audiences in the wider community. This training offers a comprehensive approach to understanding the dynamics that cause and maintain poverty from the individual to the systemic level.


Chaplains provide spiritual relief to anyone requesting such support, with the careful love and provision of God’s grace.