The Queen’s Chapel Thanks4giving Ministry

Queen’s Chapel United Methodist Church (QCUMC) is proud to participate in the Thanks4Giving program, a special initiative established by Neighbor Helping Neighbor, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This compassionate group of volunteers is dedicated to supporting our community in southern Prince George’s and northern Charles County, providing essential aid, including food, shelter, utilities, rent/mortgage assistance, and other vital safety-net services. Additionally, they work to advocate and establish programs that enhance the quality of life and independence in our local areas.

During winter, the Thanks4Giving Ministry becomes actively involved under the Neighbor Helping Neighbor “Winter Haven” program. Our volunteers are committed to preparing dinners at various churches that provide shelter for the homeless during cold nights. The homeless Thanks4GivingMinistry also prepares bag lunches for the homeless to carry as they depart the church the following morning.

A new permanent shelter is currently under construction, and once completed, it will lead to some changes in the mission of the Thanks4Giving Ministry.

The present members of the Thanks4Giving Ministry are:
– Rene’ Marshall (leader), a Board Member of Neighbors Helping Neighbors!
– Leslie Thompson
– Tonya Adams
– Sharon Franklin
– Valerie Gibson
– Meea Dodson
– Gwendolyn Dodson

Should you have any inquiries or wish to learn more about this heartwarming ministry, please don’t hesitate to contact Rene’ Marshall by email at

Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those in need in our community.