How you can help PUM this Christmas!

We are sponsoring a family this Christmas through PUM(Presbyterian Urban Ministries)!  The family consists of a mom and dad and three boys (a set of twins and a three-year old).  They just got their apartment and the mom has a job.  The dad stays home to look after their special-needs son. If you are notContinue reading “How you can help PUM this Christmas!”


Every year, Presbyterian Urban Ministries receives the food from the City Heights Post Office Stamp Out Hunger food drive.  We need helpers to sort and unload food at PUM!  Volunteer opportunity!!! Saturday, May 14, 3:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Urban Ministries 2459 Market St., San Diego 92104 (we will be sorting in the back parking lot)Continue reading “STAMP OUT HUNGER FOOD DRIVE”

Christmas Food Drive for Presbyterian Urban Ministries

This Christmas,  PUM’s request is for 200 packages of “dried spaghetti.” Presbyterian Urban Ministries’ food bags in the past have been assembled based on a “traditional” Christmas meal menu.  It occurred to them that the selected food was not “traditional” for many of the families that they serve.  This year, the plan is to packContinue reading “Christmas Food Drive for Presbyterian Urban Ministries”


Next Sunday, May 10th, Presbyterian Urban Ministries (PUM) will receive food from the U.S. Postal Service’s Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.  PUM will be needing volunteers to help with receiving and sorting of food.  Can you help?  Call (619) 232-2753 or send e-mail to PUM is located at 2459 Market Street, San Diego,Continue reading “STAMP OUT HUNGER!”

Presbyterian Urban Ministries’ Holiday Food Drive

The Presbyterian Urban Ministries (PUM) will be collecting food in the month of November thru December 7. This year,  they request these non-perishable food items: canned fruit canned vegetables canned tuna or chicken peanut butter (plastic jar) mac & cheese canned stew or a hearty soup box of cereal spaghetti sauce Please bring your donation toContinue reading “Presbyterian Urban Ministries’ Holiday Food Drive”