As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, there are number of vulnerable populations who are facing health and economic crises. This makes the work of our community organizations more important than ever, and we want to show them our support.

Since the beginning of the shelter-in-place orders, Christ Fellowship has been supporting different local organizations each week. For the week of June 7-14, we are honored to be partnering with Community Lifeline Center.


About Community Lifeline Center

CLC’s mission is to prevent homelessness, and most of the residents CLC serve are the “working poor” who are often one paycheck away from losing their home. Your contribution will provide opportunities for families to stay in their homes, keep the lights on and have food on the table. Currently we’re scheduling clients for contactless food pick-ups at our office. They arrive for their appointment to find a box containing the following set out for them: 

What They Need

You can help this amazing organization by picking up a few of the items listed below during your next shopping run. While we appreciate your generosity, please remember not to go overboard, as we don’t want to make the hoarding situation at grocery stores any worse.

Breakfast Items

Granola Bars

Instant Oatmeal Packets



Canned Chicken

Beef Stew


Grocery Items

Shelf-Stable Milk (if available)
Canned Fruit
Canned Vegetables
Beans (Dry or Can)
Macaroni and Cheese
Peanut Butter
Spaghetti Sauce (preferably not glass)

Dry Pasta

They are unable to accept commercial-sized items.


Drop-Off Information

Please drop off donations Monday-Thursday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM at 1601 N. Waddill St., #102 McKinney, TX  75069. (**Call 972-542-0020 to notify office of your arrival**), Friday & Saturday, by appointment only. To schedule a Fri or Sat delivery, please call 469-636-3965.

Monetary donations can be made at:

If you have any questions, call: Irma (972-542-0020) or Scott (469-636-3965)

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