Thank you to McDowell High School Exposure Club. The Club looks for ways to help those in the community and once again coordinated a collection of hats, scarves, gloves and socks for St. Patrick’s Haven. Thank you, Teri Sinnott, coordinator of the club, for teaching your students how to look at social issues in the … Continue reading McDowell Students Continue to Support St. Patrick’s Haven
Each year, religious education students and parishioners from St. Mark the Evangelist and Mount Calvary Church in Erie, PA pack blessing bags for the men at St. Patrick’s Haven. Each bag contains much needed items such as: lotion, a hat, $5 McDonald’s gift card, toothbrush/paste, rain poncho, puzzle book/pen and snacks – just to list … Continue reading Blessing Bags from St. Mark’s and Mount Calvary
As St. Patrick’s Haven moves forward with our repairs from the fire, we first had to empty the building and our storage shed of anything that could be saved. There is an old saying: Many hands make light work. This was true a couple of weeks ago when members from our Board of Directors and … Continue reading New Haven Angels – Mercyhurst University students and SPH Board Members
Pat Stucke, CEO of the Mental Health Association, reached out to St. Patrick’s Haven and offered the lower level of their building located on the corner of 11th & Peach Streets so St. Patrick’s Haven could reopen and continue to serve homeless men in Erie. Board member, Professor Terry Holmes of Gannon University, recruited several … Continue reading Mental Health Association and Gannon University students – our newest Haven Angels!
St. Patrick’s Haven experienced a fire late Tuesday, September 13, 2022. Everyone in the building, along with our cat, was safely evacuated. The Haven sustained fire damage in the west front corner and extensive smoke and water damage throughout the entire building. We are currently closed. However, we have been busy working with our insurance … Continue reading Fire at St. Patrick’s Haven