“Putting God’s love in action by serving our neighbors in need with food and other resources.“
410 Washington Street
Royersford, PA 19468
1 (610) 948-5111

About Us

OUR HISTORY

Founded in 1983, Project Outreach was organized by local pastors and laypersons from area churches in order to feed and serve the needy in the Spring-Ford area.  As a result, two weekly food distribution sites were developed, one in Royersford and another in Spring City. Project Outreach, with the help of 25 area churches, continues to operate these food pantries and has added many other programs which aid and assist our residents in crisis.

We have been blessed over the years with continuous outpouring of food and financial donations from our community as a whole.  Schools, local businesses, church groups, and families have joined together to enrich us with the ability to help meet these needs.

Project Outreach does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religious creed, disability, or age.

OUR EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

Pastor Barry Behnke
Pastor Barry Behnke
President
Terry Quain
Vice President
Lisa Connelly
Secretary
Pat Weikel
Treasurer
Cristal Cloud
Pantry Manager
Tom Weikel
Pantry Manager

OUR SOCIAL SERVICES COORDINATOR

Alicia Eltman
Social Services Coordinator

OUR SPONSORING CHURCHES

Royersford

Church of the Nazarene

Epiphany Episcopal Church

First United Church of Christ

Grace Evangelical Lutheran

Providence Church of the Brethren

Royersford Baptist Church

Royersford United Methodist

Sacred Heart Church

Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church

Spring City

First United Church of Christ

St. Joseph

Zion Evangelical Lutheran

Limerick

Crossroads Presbyterian

St. James Evangelical Lutheran

St. James United Church of Christ

St. Teresa of Calcutta

Linfield

Linfield United Church of Christ

Rural Churches

Bethel United Methodist

Brownback’s United Church of Christ

Calvary Chapel

Christ’s Church of the Valley

Connection Church

Grace Assembly of God

Parkerford Baptist

Parkerford Church of the Brethren

St. Paul’s Episcopal

Project Outreach has received a 501(c)(3) status.