St. Matthews House
||The mission of St. Matthews House is to change lives in a spiritual environment that is both compassionate and disciplined, as well as provide housing to the homeless and food for the needy.
For more than 25 years St. Matthews House has offered food, shelter and safety to our areas most vulnerable residents. It is not a permanent place to live. It is through a commitment to accountability and responsibility that the residents of St. Matthews House are able to return to living independently as productive members of society. With this approach to individual care, we witness the restoration of lives on a daily basis.
We operate two shelters, three food pantries, a feeding ministry and Justins Place Recovery Programs for Men and Women. One shelter is in Naples and the other in Immokalee. Two of the food pantries operate out of these shelters with another food pantry in Bonita Springs operating out of our Thrift Store. The feeding ministry serves lunch and dinner from in front of Justins Place on Airport Road South and has not missed a day of serving in over 25 years.
||St. Matthew's House appreciates and relies upon our volunteers to help the community in need. We couldn't do it without them! Volunteers help St. Matthew's House in a variety of ways.
Here are some ideas:
Counter and stock help at our Thrift Stores
Serve holiday community meals
Serve meals at Justin's Place Feeding Ministry
Assist at St. Matthew's House fundraising events
Administrative support for data entry, filing, etc.
Pack groceries and organize shelves in our food pantry
Hold a fundraising event
Conduct a Donation Drive
Put a group together for a specific landscape or upgrade project
|Times of Work:
2001 Airport Rd. S
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 774-0500
Phone: (239) 774-0500
|Worker's Comp for Volunteers?:
||St. Matthews House also runs an addiction recovery program called Justin's Place Recovery Program.
Justin's Place Recovery Program is a one-year, Christian faith-based addiction recovery program incorporating the 12 Steps and their biblical comparisons (using Celebrate Recovery core curriculum that helps clients overcome their hurts, habits, and hang-ups). Participation is voluntary and is open to all men & women who want to change their lives.
Our Immokalee Friendship House serves as a shelter and feeding ministry that caters to hundreds of in-need individuals every year.
Nearly 215 individuals call St. Matthew’s House home each night, with more than 376,000 meals provided throughout our Collier County community.