Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Wake County Stay-at-Home requirement, Saint Saviour's Center is closed until further notice.  The current timeline for Stay-at-Home is March 27 at 5:00 p.m. until April 16.  Affected programs include:

  • The Diaper Train
  • Healthy Living for Seniors
  • Wake Relief Food Pantry 
  • Haitian Evangelical Community Church 
  • Meals on Wheels (Dining room)

 Updates will be made on this website as new information becomes available.

A Diaper Program for Wake County Families

Lifestyle support for older adults in public housing

Meeting needs of babies and seniors in Wake County since 2003

Saint Saviour's Center is a community outreach organization that addresses unmet needs for low-income residents of Wake County.
We serve families and retirees who have an income, yet struggle to make ends meet. Each year, the Center receives more than 17,000 visits from people seeking assistance.

Diaper Train

Wake County's first diaper program

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.


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.

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616 Tucker Street
Raleigh, NC 27603

Phone: 919-833-6400
Fax: 919-833-5500

Keep in touch to find out what we're doing and how you can help!