The Randolph County Family Resource Network believes that we are most successful when we are working together as a community. The FRN welcomes all new ideas, resources, and volunteers!
The FRN is currently accepting children’s gently worn clothing donations in all sizes 5T and under. Please drop donation items off to the FRN office located in The Phil Gainer Center during business hours.
Adult clothing is not being accepted by The Randolph County FRN at this time. Other places in the community that accept adult clothing donations include Catholic Charities of Elkins, Tyrand Cooperative Ministries in Mill Creek, and Good Shepard Ministries. Contact information for these donation sites can be located on our resource page.
Baby Pantry Donations
The FRN is always welcoming donations for our baby pantry. These donations may include any size diapers or pull-ups, as well as unopened infant formula and non-scented wipes. Other gently used baby items, such as strollers, toys, blankets, etc. are also accepted. The FRN is not able to take used car seats at this time. Please drop off all baby pantry donations to the FRN office located in the Phil Gainer Center during business hours.
The Randolph County FRN frequently donates hygiene products to Randolph County Schools to keep stocked for students in need. Donations for hygiene products such toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, body wash, etc. are now being accepted. Please drop off any hygiene donations to the FRN office located in the Phil Gainer Center in Elkins. These donations may also be dropped off to Randolph County Schools directly.
The FRN frequently collaborates on projects that require community volunteers. Check back to make sure you are up to date on the volunteer opportunities available in Randolph County!
If you are interested in volunteering for one of the opportunities below, please click on the title of the organization and follow the link to sign up.
Meals on Wheels– Needs volunteers to help deliver meals to food insecure families.
Point in Time Mobile Command– Volunteer to help conduct surveys to determine needs of the homeless in the Randolph County area.
If you are interested in personally contributing ideas to the Randolph County FRN, please join us at our community meetings located at the Phil Gainer Center in Elkins, on the third Wednesday of each month. Details regarding the FRN community meetings can be found on the Home page under “Upcoming Events”.