Saint Saviour's Center is a place for community outreach
where volunteers serve people of all ages and with diverse needs. Located at the corner of Tucker St. and Boylan Ave.
in Raleigh, the center serves as a meeting place, an educational facility and a hub for programs that promote community health
and well-being. It is part of a network of outreach programs connecting to more than 20 non-profit organizations, collectively
reaching thousands of people each year.
Saint Saviour's Programs
Our programs focus on health and wellness for babies and older adults. Without support from others, these age
groups are most vulnerable to poverty, illness and neglect. We honor them by caring for their needs in tangible
The Diaper Train
Wake County's first diaper bank
Volunteers distribute donated diapers to local agencies and to families referred
by crisis centers. More...
Healthy Living for Seniors
A whole-person approach
to healthy aging
Staff and volunteers help seniors stay active and remain
independent through classes, activities, counseling and encouragement. More...
Saint Saviour's Center is also home to non-profit
organizations that make a difference in the community. Our current resident organizations include:
- Meals on Wheels, Nutrition Site
- Wake Relief Food Pantry
- Community Music School
- Haitian Evangelical Community Church
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