Joseph’s Coat of Central Ohio provides clothing, household goods, and furniture to those in need in our community. We work with over 20 organizations around the Columbus area to assist our needy families, including Catholic Social Services, H.E.A.R.T. Food Pantry, Lutheran Social Services, and The Open Shelter. This is an ecumenical effort. St. Pius X volunteers work in partnership with Eastpointe Christian Church, Messiah Lutheran, Parkview Presbyterian, Peace Lutheran Church, Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church, and St. Matthew the Apostle Catholic Church. For more information about Joseph's Coat, or to become involved as a volunteer in this ecumenical ministry that helps people become self-sustaining through material assistance, please use our form below to contact us.
Joseph's Coat, St. Pius X Representative
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5th Annual Christmas Cookie Sale: December 16/17 after all Masses
In 2016, we raised $5,000 to help those in need. Can we do better in 2017?
- Bakers are still needed! If you have not signed up to bake, please contact us.
- Bakers, please deliver 5-7 dozen cookies in disposable containers to the PAC Room on Saturday, December 16 between 9:00-10:00 AM. If your schedule does not permit you to bake this many cookies, please bake what you can.
- Bake ahead and freeze your items, for your convenience!
- Help will be at the PAC Room to help you unload and carry your cookies from your vehicle, if needed.
- Men and youth can also help.
- Volunteers are needed to help us package cookies on the morning of December 16 from 8:00 AM-12:00 PM.
For more information or to volunteer to bake or package cookies, please contact Patricia Zeitman at email@example.com or 760-402-7444.
Fifth Sunday Collection
Members of Joseph's Coat gratefully accept your donations to assist those in need at Masses on the fifth Sunday of the month. In 2018, collections will be taken April 28/29, July 28/29, and December 29/30. Thank you for your kindness to others.
Volunteer & Service Opportunities
- Volunteers Needed? Yes
- Volunteer Age This ministry is appropriate for men and women, adults age 18 and over, teens 13-18 with parental/guardian supervision, and school-age 12-13 with parental/guardian supervision.
- Ministry Designation This ministry is ongoing throughout the year.
- Ministry Location 240 Outerbelt St. Columbus, Ohio 43213
- Times: Saturdays and Wednesdays 9:00 AM to Noon, Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
- Frequency: The center is open weekly during the hours provided and we need volunteers to assist clients during these hours. We also meet to perform certain tasks that can be handled when clients are not present and to sort clothing and clean the facility.
- Other Information: In general, we are always seeking volunteers to help at the center, and we particularly seek those individuals who can move furniture in and out of trucks.