Human Concerns Ministry

Outreach Ministry: 702-804-8311
Food Pantry:  702-804-8317

"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me"

Matthew 25:35-36

The SEAS Human Concerns Ministry is committed to helping those in need in our community.
By performing the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy, we carry out our baptismal promise
to bring Christ to others through various programs and activities from three areas of service:

  • Food Based Programs
  • Charitable Drives
  • Social Justice Advocacy

If you are in need of assistance, would like to learn more about our ministry
or are interested in volunteering in any of our outreach opportunities,
contact Pastoral Associate for Human Concerns Patti McGuire at  or 702-804-8311.

We do NOT accept donations of clothes or household appliances.
We do not have the space to store such items. Please do not bring these things to the church.
Thank you for understanding.

Food Programs
Food Distribution
  • by appointment
  • continues every Saturday morning from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
  • If you are in need of food, call 702-804-8317.

Food Pantry Invitation
The food panty is open for parishioners and others in our community on an ongoing basis to receive food most Saturday mornings. If you find yourself needing food assistance weekly or for your Thanksgiving meal, please call 702-804-8317 to leave a message. Your call will be returned by either the food pantry coordinator or a vetted volunteer to schedule an appointment to pick up food. All information is confidential. We make the food pick-up process discreet and safe. Thank you for trusting us and letting us help!

Golden Groceries
  • Distributed monthly to people age 60 and better.
  • Next distribution date is Saturday, December 4, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Call 702-804-8317 to make an appointment to receive this monthly distribution. 

About Golden Groceries
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, in partnership with Three Square Food Bank, is happy to provide the Golden Groceries program which provides complimentary, delicious, healthy, supplemental groceries to individuals who are 60 or better - lean proteins, whole grains and fresh produce. All food is distributed in a no-contact drive-through manner.         
Parish Food Drives
  • Non-Perishable Food Items, Personal Hygiene Items, Cleaning Supplies, Adult and Baby Diapers, etc., can be placed in the wooden bin in the gathering space of the church at any time. 

  • Next Monthly Food Drive: December 11-12
                  -Once a month we hold a larger food drive.                      
  • See below details about our no-contact donation process at our monthly food drives.

Give a Gift through Angel Tree

Angel Trees are UP in the gathering space! This year, there are 2 ways to give:

1.  Envelopes on the Trees

Use the envelopes to make a financial contribution that will benefit someone in need, and choose where you would like your contribution to go:

* Child in need
* Sr. Citizen in need
* Catholic Charities
* Seminarians
* Someone who needs it the most

Please, do not purchase gift cards. We are not able to accept them. We will buy the gift cards in bulk depending upon the contributions we receive. By purchasing in bulk we receive a discount and are not charged activation fees!  

2.  Angels are back on the trees this year!
Angels on the tree will benefit individuals who registered with our Angel Tree Program. No specific items will be listed on the angel tag. Tags will be color coded and specify if the gift needed is for a child or an adult. You may choose an age-appropriate gift to purchase for those individuals.

* Blue:  Boys
* Green:  Men
* Pink:  Girls
* Purple:  Women
* Red Ornaments:  Christmas gift bags, wrapping paper, tape

All purchased gifts will be displayed on tables like a store with areas for children and adults. On Saturday, December 18, those who registered with the Angel Tree Program will choose their gifts. Christmas gift bags, wrapping paper, and tape will be sent home with families so they can wrap their gifts.

Please return all gifts and financial contributions by Sunday, December 12th:

Return Angel Tree Envelopes:
In the collection baskets at Mass
Mail in a check - designate Angel Tree on the check
Give online at

Return Gifts:
Place in the wooden bins in the gathering space of the church or parish hall at anytime
You may also return your gifts at our December Food Drive the weekend of December 11-12 at our
drive-through drop-off spot at the school bell tower at these specific times:

        Sat, December 11
             ∙ 3:15 p.m. - 4 p.m.

        Sun, December 12
             ∙ 6:45 a.m. - 8 a.m.
             ∙ 9:15 a.m. - 10 a.m.
             ∙ 11:15 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Questions? Contact Patti McGuire at 702-804-8311 or
Thank you for your continued support for those in need!

Food Drives

Our next Food Drive will be held the weekend of December 11-12.
In the meantime, we will continue to accept donations of non-perishable food items.
Simply leave your donations in the donation bins in the church and parish hall.
Thank you for always supporting our food pantry!

1811 Pueblo Vista Dr., Las Vegas, NV  89128

  • Before you arrive, place non-perishable food donations in the trunk of your vehicle
  • Drive up to the school bell tower (signs will direct you to the designated donation drop-off site)
  • Pop open your trunk
  • A volunteer will remove your food donation 


Very safe and easy!

A Special Message to parishioners who may be struggling financially, especially with food.


Maybe you have been struggling month after month for some time to make ends meet. Layoffs and job losses are reported almost every week. We understand you may NEVER have been in a position of needing or asking for help. Now is the time to lean on your church family for assistance. We are here for you. You are not alone.


A Special Invitation


If you need food assistance, please call 702-804-8317 and follow the prompts to leave a message. Your call will be returned by either the food pantry coordinator or a vetted volunteer to schedule your appointment. All information is confidential. We will make the process of picking up food discreet and safe. Thank you for trusting us and letting us help!

Suggested Food Donations

  • Cereal
  • Juice Boxes
  • Peanut Butter
  • Canned Meat
  • Ramen Noodles
  • Snacks for Lunches
  • Ready-to-eat Soups
  • Canned or Dried Beans
  • Pasta & Pasta/Spaghetti Sauce
  • Canned Pasta (Spaghetti O's, Ravioli)
  • Personal Hygiene Items
  • Diapers
  • Baby Wipes
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Dish Washing Soap

Most Needed Non-Food Items:



Household Items

Toilet Paper

Paper Towels

Paper Plates

Dishwashing soap (example Dawn)

Dishwasher soap (example Cascade)

Cleaning items (Example toilet cleaners,

Windex, etc)

Clorox Wipes

Laundry Detergent

Garbage bags


Personal Hygiene Items


Body Wash





Shaving Cream

Denture Cream Adhesive

Denture Cleaner

Disposable wipes

Adult Disposable Briefs - protective underwear - Large/X-Large


Baby Items

Diapers (Sizes 4, 5 and 6)

Toddler Pull Ups

Baby Wipes

Pet Needs
Dog/Cat Food
Cat Litter

Catholic Social Teaching IN ACTION
Nevada Catholic Conference Releases Joint Statement on Physician Assisted Suicide Bill
  • Read the statement HERE

If you have questions, contact Pastoral Associate for Human Concerns Patti McGuire at 702-804-8311 or With your generous support of our Outreach Ministry and food pantry, we will continue to serve the most vulnerable people and families in our community.  Thank you!