Mon Health Medical Center donates housewarming kits to Christian Help

Mon Health Medical Center recently collaborated with Rotary of Morgantown to collect housewarming kits for Christian Help in Morgantown. 

Over the course of six weeks, Mon Health Medical Center staff, Rotary of Morgantown members and community members donated household supplies to  

assist those addressing disaster recovery, transitioning from former incarceration, unsheltered or domestic  

violence situations, alcohol/substance use disorder recovery programs and foster care to independent living situations. 

The collection was a success and Mon Health Medical Center was able to donate several large containers of items to Christian Help. 

“The items provided by Mon Health Medical Center will help populations at risk in need of independent living relocation,” said Colleen Lankford, executive director of Christian Help. “I am always amazed at what a giving community we have, and I’d like to extend my thanks to all who donated.”  

Mon Health System is committed to enhancing the health of the communities it serves, one person at a time. Through community outreach and donations like these, Mon Health continues to “be the difference” in the lives of individuals locally and statewide. 

To learn more about upcoming events across Mon Health System, visit MonHealth.com/HealthFair. 

Christian Help, 219 Walnut St., Morgantown, is a community organization, striving to meet the needs of area individuals. The 50-year-old entity has a free store, career closet, food pantry and more. 

 To donate, volunteer or learn more about Christian Help, go to motownchristianhelp.com or call 304-296-0221.