How Can I Help Others

We Share Service Project for June - New Berlin Food Pantry

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parish is holding a school supply collection on June 5 and 6, 2021.

What's requested? School supplies! The pantry offers a backpack filled with supplies to children in August. All supplies are welcome, such as:

  • notebooks and folders
  • rulers
  • pencils, pens
  • glue sticks

To contribute:

  1. In person:  You can drop off your donations in the parish lobby.
  2. Financial Donations Welcome:  Funds collected in June through the poor box will be donated to the New Berlin Food Pantry.
  3. An Online Donation option will remain open throughout the month.
    Click the button below to make your online WeShare donation today.  Thank you for your generous support.


Click here to donate online

About the New Berlin Food Pantry a 501 (c)(3) organization

The New Berlin Women’s Club started distribution of federal food in 1986. In order to continue receiving this distribution they needed a regular location and weekly operations. The club moved into a space at Hickory Grove in 1989 and focused on running a food pantry. The pantry moved into its current location in 2007 and serves clients living in New Berlin, Brookfield and Elm Grove. Funds were donated by a local resident to build the garage for storage. The pantry provides Easter baskets (thanks to NB Lioness), Thanksgiving turkeys (thanks to NB police and fire), Christmas hams (thanks to NB police and fire) and school supplies (thanks to NB Lioness and Holy Apostles). The pantry is staffed 100% by volunteers. They serve clients on Wednesdays from 12 noon to 5:15 pm and accept donations on that day from 9 am to 5 pm. They are located at 14750 W. Cleveland Avenue in the community center. They express their gratitude for strong community support from businesses, churches, school groups, service groups, the local police and fire departments and individuals.

Thank you for your contributions!

The Guest House of Milwaukee UNDY 500!

Every year during the month of May, The Guest House of Milwaukee hosts “UNDY 500” – a donation drive where community-based teams compete against each other to collect the most packages of NEW Men’s and Women’s underwear, bras and undershirts in all sizes. These items help to restore hope and dignity to the people they are helping.

The race has finished and the final counts are in!   

First, we'd like to say THANK YOU for providing these basic needs items for our guests experiencing homelessness. Overall, we received almost 4,000 items! We truly could not do this important work without your support! 
Congratulations to the 3 champion teams:

  • Faith-based category - team ** ST. ELIZABETH ANN SETON **
  • Business category - team FIRST WEBER
  • Friends & Family category - team START YOUR ENGINES! 

The 2021 overall campaign champion with over 1,000 points is......


Congratulations team St. Elizabeth Ann Seton! Thank you, as always, for participating in one of the most successful Undy 500 campaigns we've had! We can't wait to see you on the track next year!

Migrant Ministry

In our migrant community, just like others, many have lost their jobs. However, unlike most of us, many migrants and their families will not be receiving a stimulus check, even though many pay into our income tax system. The Migrant Ministry is supporting the Migrant MKE Food Drive to help these families not go hungry. We are collecting non-perishable food items such as flour, oil, beans, rice, cereal and canned goods. These can be either dropped off at 13320 W North Lane, New Berlin, or if you need it picked up, please contact Joanna Boey at 262-853-4033 or Send us a message

For more information about the Migrant Ministry, click here.

Join our Prayer Network

The Prayer Network Ministry supports parishioners, their families and friends with prayer during times of special need. The ministers are a group of people who have offered to pray for others. Prayer requests are made on our prayer request page. A prayer request list is then e-mailed once a week to the prayer ministers.

If you would like to pray for others by becoming a prayer network minister, contact: Jean Klawitter, 414-425-3393, or send us a message