DONATIONS to Hinton Ave UMC clothes closet:
Hours of operation: Tuesdays from 10am-1pm We are looking for children to adult sizes, spring/summer clothing. Please make sure the clothing is gently used, clean, stain-free, and in good repair. Also accept some household items (e.g., sheets, towels, small appliances, dishes, pans). Email
The Family Kitchen is currently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Food Pantry is currently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Charlottesville Area Community ID Program seeks to improve health, safety, and sense of community by issuing a locally-recognized ID Card. The card is available to anyone but may be especially helpful to those who, for various reasons, are unable to obtain a a government issued ID. The program is sponsored by Hinton Avenue UMC, New Beginnings Christian Community, and Welcoming Greater Charlottesville. ID Registration drives are currently suspended due to COVID-19 but urgent needs can be met by contacting Virginia Osterman (434.260.0586).
Hinton Avenue is one of 26 Congregations making up Interfaith Movement Promoting Action by Congregations Together (IMPACT). As a grassroots organization we bring our diversity together to live out our religious traditions’ call for justice in greater Charlottesville, Virginia. We are dedicated to the empowerment of local leaders to identify and develop solutions to serious community problems, and achieving these solutions through direct action.
Hinton Avenue is a partner congregation of Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry, supporting it financially and with a team of dedicated volunteers on the third Tuesday of each month. Loaves & Fishes’ mission is to give food with kindness and compassion to those seeking assistance while providing an opportunity for volunteers to serve their neighbors in Charlottesville and surrounding communities.