Bridging Gaps in Services for Working Families and Retirees


Saint Saviour's Center is a community outreach organization that addresses largely unmet needs for low-income residents of Wake County.   

We serve families and seniors who have an income, yet struggle to make ends meet.  Each year, the Center assists more than 10,000 people who lack resources to overcome hardships associated with poverty, aging, hunger and homelessness.

 THANK YOU for supporting Celebrate Saint Saviour's Center!

You helped us raise $50,000 to help babies and seniors in Wake County.  We couldn't have done it without you! 

Visit our Annual Fundraiser page to learn more.

The Diaper Train
Wake County's first diaper bank 

Volunteers distribute diapers, baby wipes and children's books to families who cannot afford them.  Families are referred by local non-profits that assist people in crisis or transition.  More...


Healthy Living for Seniors
Lifestyle support for older adults in public housing
Using a whole-person approach to healthy aging, volunteers help seniors stay active and remain independent through classes, activities, spiritual support and encouragement.  More...


Donate Today!


Your gift to Saint Saviour's Center will help low-income families and seniors in our community. 

Donating in honor or memory of a loved one is a great way to recognize a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion.

Gifts can be made by securely online or by check to:

 Saint Saviour's Center
616 Tucker Street
Raleigh, NC 27603

For information on gifting stock or mutual funds, contact Sharon Hayes, Executive Director at  919-833-6400, ext. 201 or

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Sharing Space for Greater Impact
Organizations that provide food, education and spiritual nurture expand the Center's ability to help people across Wake County from a single location. Saint Saviour's Center is home to:
Meals on Wheels  Congregate dining room where senior citizens receive a healthy lunch and fellowship, weekdays. 

Wake Relief  Emergency groceries for those facing crises such as illness, loss of employment and financial hardship.

Community Music School  Music education for children whose parents cannot afford lessons. 

Haitian Evangelical Community Church  Sunday services and Tuesday evening prayer meetings for Haitian Americans in their native language.

Read about us in the news!

Triangle Groups Collect Over 16,000 Diapers and Wipes for Families in Need, ABC11 Together, January 2, 2017

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