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Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Peoria, is a ministry inspired by Christ’s love and care, committed to serve Christ’s Mystical Body by upholding the dignity of each person and serving each individual as we would serve Christ Himself, advocating for a just and compassionate society according to our Catholic Social Teachings of the Church; and encouraging others to join us in fulfilling our mission.
St. Nicholas Charity on Wheels
St. Nicolas Charity on Wheels is a ministry of Catholic Charities that serves those in need throughout the Diocese of Peoria. The individuals will be given items such as blankets, towels, book bags, school supplies, socks, gloves, canes, gift cards and non-perishable food. These items may change on a monthly basis based on need and what is donated.
The ministry also has a spiritual dimension. Individuals will always receive a religious item such as a bible, a rosary, or a holy card. We will take their prayer requests and offer masses in their regions. The ministry will also offer prayer to them at the parish in the form of praying a rosary, a chaplet, or simply praying a vocal prayer with them.
St. Nicholas Charity on Wheels is seeking requests remotely only. Please complete the form below according to your region of residence if you have a need.
If you have already received help from Charity on Wheels and would like to apply again or have questions, please email email@example.com for further direction.
Please use the dropdown menu below to identify the region you live in and submit your application by clicking on the LINK button.
Need Help with Rent or Utility?
If you live in Marshall and Stark Counties there is good news!
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Questions? Call 309-677-7659
Available through May 1 or until funding is depleted
St. Vincent De Paul Help Line
This is a service Catholic Charities provides SVDP conferences of Peoria and Mclean Counties.
If you need assistance call 309-677-7696 and you will be informed of further directives.