How Can I Help Others

We Share Service Project for December - St. Hyacinth Parish

The people of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parish held a food drive the weekend of December 4 and 5, 2021 benefitting St. Hyacinth Parish Food Pantry in Milwaukee.
Thank you for your generosity.

To Contribute

  1. In person:  Please bring these or similar items to the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton lobby. 
  2. Financial Donations are also greatly appreciated. Funds collected in the “poor box” during the month will be donated to this initiative.
  3. An Online Donation option will remain open throughout the food collection.
    Click the picture below to make your donation to St. Hyacinth Parish Food Pantry today.  


Click here to donate online

Thank you for your generous support.

About St. Hyacinth Parish & Food Pantry

The St. Hyacinth parish supports a food pantry with the goal to feed the hungry with compassion. Clients are below the federal poverty level, as the organization is considered an emergency food pantry. Clients are welcome to visit monthly to receive meat, dairy, fruits, vegetables, bread, breakfast grains, dinner grains and plant proteins in accordance with federal requirements and following the “My Plate Nutrition Program.” The amount of food received is based on family size.

 2,400 individuals are served each month; 40 percent are children. 200 “stock boxes” are served to seniors each month. 26 families are provided infant formula monthly.

 For more information, visit their website.  


We Share Service Project for October & November - House of Peace Holiday Meal Boxes

The people of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton held a food drive October 30 - November 7 benefitting the House of Peace for its annual Thanksgiving collection. Each year the House of Peace feeds up to 2,000 families in need at Thanksgiving and Christmas with the help of dozens of churches, schools, businesses and community groups. This year Seton parishioners donated enough food to fill 533 Holiday Meal Boxes!

Thank you for your incredible generosity.

House of Peace
Milwaukee, WI
A Ministry of the Capuchin Province of St. Joseph


St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Drive

On behalf of the Holy Apostles/St. Elizabeth Ann Seton St Vincent dePaul conference, thank you for your support of our fall clothing drive. This event supports the SVdP stores in Waukesha, Oconomowoc and Pewaukee. In addition to your donations filling the stores for shoppers, the stores provide employment and volunteer opportunities for many people.  This past summer, through our Youth Ministry Summer Outreach Days, we were fortunate to have a group of teens and adults from Seton spend a day volunteering at our Waukesha store. How fortunate we are to have our Seton youth support our ministries.

Our conference supports neighbors in need in our New Berlin community. When a call is received, two Vincentians meet with the neighbor to see how we may be able to assist them both monetarily and prayerfully. One possible way of helping them is a monetary store voucher where they can shop for clothing and household items they need.

We always welcome new members to our conference. Maybe the Holy Spirit is calling you to seek opportunities to get involved. If you are interested in learning more about our SVdP conference, please contact Debbie Pscheid at [email protected]


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