Onslow Community Outreach

MISSION STATEMENT

To provide for the basic human care needs of less fortunate citizens of Onslow County.

  • Main Number / Benevolence  910.455.5733
  • Soup Kitchen  910.347.3227
  • Homeless Shelter  910.347.3227
  • Caring Community Clinic  910.346.6149
  • Onslow Oktoberfest  910.347.3227
  • Christmas Cheer 910.347.4646

Onslow Community Outreach is a 501(c)(3) organization. All contributions are tax deductible.

2014 Activities Report

  • Soup Kitchen had 4,724 volunteer registrations and 16,327 volunteer hours
  • 507,295 pounds of food donated to the soup kitchen
  • 241 persons received emergency housing at the homeless shelter
  • 6,048 total bed nights at the homeless shelter - $75,000 per diem expense
  • 188 patients at the free clinic – 1,335 patient visits
  • 161 volunteers at the clinic, 1,417 volunteer hours
  • 61families received assistance with utility cost, $4,400
  • Over 2,971 children received toys from Christmas Cheer

Download our 2014 Annual Report

Latest News

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Caring Community Clinic will offer FREE Screenings for: Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Stroke onFriday, June 12, 2015, from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon at Onslow Community Outreach, 600 Court St. (...

Monday, March 30, 2015

Jeffrey Bober has been appointed director of the Onslow Soup Kitchen. Jeff has eight years hands-on experience in the operation of our soup kitchen and he’s a benevolent professional in line...

Friday, March 20, 2015

The Onslow County Medical Society Alliance is invites everyone to "Bunco For A Reason" On Friday, April 17 at 6:00 pm at the New River Yacht Club. The cost to play is $25 per person. Proceeds...

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Thank you to all who attended our Annual Meeting.  We invite you to take a look at pictures from the evening.  VIEW OUR...

Volunteer Spotlight

You make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give. - Winston Churchill


Robert & Molly Middleton
Soup Kitchen Volunteer

Q: What prompted you to volunteer at the Soup Kitchen?
A:  We started five years ago to keep busy after retirement and to give to our community.
Q: What keeps you coming back?
A:  Great bunch of volunteers.
Q: What do you enjoy the most about your volunteer experience here?
A: Seeing that it is helping to better someone’s life.
Q: What have you learned through your experience?
A: That even though the country has many wealthy people, there are still even more people who are struggling to survive.
Q: How long do you think you will continue to volunteer with us?
A: We will continue to come as long as we are healthy and live nearby.