GOSP Food Bank News


Monday 10am-2pm

Tuesday 10am-2pm

Wednesday 10am-2pm

Thursday- CLOSED

Friday 10am-2pm

Ask about our Senior Box Program

**No Weekend Foodbank Hours**

For more information or assistance,

Contact Robbie Logan

LinkageCoordinator, 215-927-6100 ext. 304



Director – Al Malone,
Coordinator -Marlene Lucas
Advisor – Deacon Hubert Reid

Giving Of Self Partnership welcomes all Senior Citizens
to our Senior Center



Senior Center opens 10:30am-6pm Wednesdays &
Line Dancing every Wednesday 1:30pm ($2.00)
In -Touch Bible Study every Tuesday at 2pm


**Ask about renting space in our
GOSP Center**
Call 215-927-6100
We have virtual and normal
office space, along with a
medical suite space available in
our facility. Call today for more



Give us a call:



The Day Care Center for ages 6 weeks - 5 years, After School up to 12 years of age. We provide computer technology training, art appreciation, music and recreation.  The daily curriculum consists of alpha and numeric studies.  The hours of operation are Monday through Friday, from 6:45am-6:30pm and includes breakfast, lunch and snacks.

Shirley Scatliffe, Director

Phone 215-927-4000

Fax 215-927-8200



After School

Combating the growing problems of truancy troubling the community, GOSP established a program to offer an assortment of community programs.

Summer Camp
Education and Recreation

Children up to 12 years of age.  We have computer classes, bible study, music, arts and crafts, swimming, sports and trips with a dedicated staff are some of the components of this unique camping experience.  Breakfast, lunch and snacks are also included.  Before and extended care hours are provided as needed.  Camp begins in July and operates for eight weeks.


Shirley Scatliffe, Director

Phone: 215-927-6100

Fax: 215-937-8100




Linkage/ Referral Program

GOSP has established a referral and support program to assist clients in the following ways



*Case Mangaement for both familes and single individuals

*Thanksgiving Baskets Toys For Tots

*Housing Assistance

*Utility Assistance

*Benefits Bank

*LIHEAP Applications

*Food Stamp Applications

*Job Resources

*Connections to other resources

*Food Bank-Open Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 10AM-2PM


Linkage Coordinator Robbie Logan

215-927-6100 EX315


In Touch Ministry


This community outreach ministy, born of the Second Macedonia Baptist Church, is designed to inspire residents of the community to disburden themselves of the many ills and problems that they encounter from day-to-day.  As they charge and involve themselves in uplifting and enriching activites spiritually, mentally and physically they can ready themselves for


*Studying and exploring the Bible together

*Expanding, broadening and enhancing their knowledge through study, travel, activites, workshops, art and exchanging of experiences.

*Reaching out, encouraging, supporting and comforting the lonely, the umemployed, senior citizens and those who seek help.

Contact Ruth Stucky (215) 927-6100



Positive Spirit Project


This community-based, behavioral youth project is operated by Giving of Self Partnership-Expressing Love (GOSP-EL). The project provides a spiritually enriched support environment to increase the resiliency and protective factors among youth whose severity of behavior warrants preventive and intervention behavioral health services.




This project uses the exemplary and evidenced based curriculum, Reconnecting Youth: A Peer Group Approach to Building Life Skills (RY), as the centralizing tool to enhance the targeted youth reduction of non-productive and risk behaviors.  The object of the curriculum is to increase participant's:


*Mood management

*Resiliency to prevent behavioral health issues

*Overall knowledge of general health issues

*School performance

*Pro-social resources

*Positive Reinforcement




*Group Work, Life-Skills Training, Monitoring, School and Parent Reinforcement


Booster Sessions-Post Intervention (Succeeding Six Months)


*Community Service Project: Youth will provide at least one hour of community service per month in their neighborhood.


*Mentoring: Religious institutions serve as mentors to the youth as appropriate



Linkage Coordinator Robbie Logan

215-927-6100 EX315