Leader: Kim Long
WeCare ministry is a clothing closet and food pantry which helps families in need that live in the Hickory Grove community of Charlotte, NC. The ministry's focus is on families living in the 28205, 28212, 28215 and 28227 zip code areas.

Hours of operation: 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month 10:00 am – 12:00 pm





Volunteer Signups for Christmas

Needs List


DONATIONS - WeCare appreciates all of the generous donations but due to our limited storage space only the following items are appropriate for donating:

  • coats (adult, teen, children's)
  • casual pants,
  • casual shirts, blouses
  • casual dresses
  • children's clothes
  • sheets, towels, blankets, bed spreads, pillows, curtains
  • pots, pans, dishes, toasters, coffee makers, microwave (other kitchen appliances) in working condition
  • furniture, beds, lamps
  • TV, DVD player, radio, stereo in working condition
  • toys
  • food

Items should be clean and in good shape.

COAT DRIVE - WeCare accepts children's and adult coats. The coat drive runs year around. Coats should be clean and ready to give to those in need.


Tax Receipt


Christmas: By request only   

Time window for submittal of Christmas forms is August 1 - October 22, 2016!

For more information or to request assistance, please call the church office at 704-537-4686 or send us an email.  You may also complete one of the forms below and drop it off at the church office, mail it to the church or email it to us.

Request for Assistance Form      Christmas    Form Instructions

                                 Español      Navidad        Instrucciones del Formulario de Solicitud


Food Box Information


DONATION CARDS available for anyone that would like to make a donation in honor or in memory of someone. This is a great way to honor a loved one during the Christmas season.

Click on the type of card to display the card for printing.

In Honor    

In Memory 






WeCare is a partner agency of Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina (SHFBM). SHFBM partners and distributes food and essential grocery items to approximately 550 hunger feeding agencies in 19 counties in North and South Carolina. Agencies served include emergency pantries, soup kitchens, senior programs, shelters and low-income daycares.