Cooperative Emergency Outreach
Bring your canned goods, baby formula, peanut butter, rice/noodles, diapers and even household cleaning supplies and leave them on the table between the narthex and Worthley Hall. These items will then be delivered to Cooperative Emergency Outreach (CEO) for distribution to families in Washington County.
Rolling Hills is a charter member of CEO — an organization that was founded by 16 local congregations to distribute food and financial resources effectively and fairly. The names of every CEO client is kept on record to make sure everyone is provided for in a timely way.
CEO is also in need of volunteers. If you would like to interview clients, help organize the food items or package the food for distribution reach out via the CEO website to arrange an interview.
Donations for CEO
We have been blessed with so much donation for CEO. We are feeling the LOVE! Thank you.
CEO visit with the Youth group
We braved the weather and visited CEO last Friday. Thanks to Mrs. Jennifer and Mrs. Maxine for giving us a tour and answering all the questions we had. The youth group...
Helpful updates after October Board Meeting for CEO
Jennifer Kidd attended monthly board meeting for CEO and there are some helpful updates; Financially, CEO is in good shape. The CEO headquarters on Huntsville Rd is...
Information from the last CEO Board Meeting.
There is some updated information from the last CEO Board Meeting. - CEO is in need of plastic grocery bags to be used for distributing groceries to people. - Food...
CEO for August
Ray Higgins and Judy Higgins made a delivery to CEO on the August 22nd. CEO is in need of baby food and meet canned food.
CEO Contributions still happening…
Next time you are at the church pick up a CEO bag and fill it up with groceries. As COVID benefits begin to expire there are plenty of homes without sufficient food.