Emergency Day Warming Center in Downtown Madison | The River Food Pantry
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Photo source: Hope’s Home: An Outreach Ministry of First United Ministry Church.

First United Methodist Church, located at 203 Wisconsin Ave. in downtown Madison, will host an emergency day warming center on Mon., Jan. 28–Fri., Feb. 1 from 8:00 am–4:00 pm for families and women experiencing homelessness.

The warming center will provide a safe, hospitable space for families and single women in light of the major winter storm and hazardous weather alert. Meals, children’s activities, child care assistance, and a space for rest, warmth and relaxation will be offered.

The Beacon will shuttle guests:

  • From The Salvation Army to First United Methodist Church at 8:00 am
  • From First United Methodist Church to The Salvation Army at 3:00 pm

Interested volunteers and supporters, please contact Karen Andro, Director of Hope’s Home Ministries, at 608-338-0320 or kandro@fumc.org.

Learn more about the warming center here.

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