Serving Locally
Eddy House and Good Shepherd's Monday Meals Program

Good Shepherd delivers a warm, healthy meal to approximately 50 homeless youth at the Eddy House every Monday at 5:00 pm.

Volunteers prepare food at home and place in covered foil pans or other disposable containers. These volunteers then deliver the food to Good Shepherd on Monday afternoons where it is reheated and delivered to Eddy House between 4:30 and 5pm.  

If you are interested in bringing a dish for a Monday meal, please view our Signup Genius page for menus and delivery options.

For questions, contact Ciara Hornbarger.

About Eddy House

Eddy House is a center for homeless, runaway, foster, and other at-risk youth. They are the central intake and assessment facility in Northern Nevada. Youth have access to resources for basic needs such as food, clothing, hygiene items, and a safe secure place to be during the day. 

Eddy House also offers counseling services, work force development, life skills groups, health care services and more. The new 24-hour facility now provides safe overnight opportunities for the homeless youth in the Reno/Sparks community which includes an overnight shelter for up to 20 young adults, a five-bed emergency shelter, and a new results-oriented “Community Living Program” for 23 youth.

Visit Eddy House at eddyhouse.org.

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