St. John’s, Naples Helps to Raise $532,000 to Feed Hungry in Their Community

NAPLES – During Lent, St. John’s, Naples offered St. Matthew’s House & Harry Chapin Food Bank each $122,000 in Challenge Grants matching funds raised by the organizations to serve their mission to help feed the hungry in their community. Both charities did a fantastic job, with St. Matthew’s House raising $165,500 and Harry Chapin Food Bank raising $122,500.

“We give praise to God that $532,000 will go to feed our neighbors in need,” said the Rev. Joseph Maiocco, Rector, St. John’s Episcopal Church.

St. John’s annual Challenge Grants are part of a robust outreach ministry. In 2022, St. John’s also raised $15,500 for Ukraine and $222,0000 for other national and international charitable partners.

Pictured Above: Volunteers for St. Matthew’s House distribute food.