How to Donate

All donations are handled through our partner parishes. Please contact your Parish (or Catholic School) to make a donation or to pick-up Ewe Tubes!

Ewe Tubes hold one roll of qaurters ($10)
What is the impact of my donation?


$1     Feeds a Family of 4 for a Day

$10   Feeds a child for all of Lent (40 days) - This is a full "Ewe Tube"

$25   Feeds 100 People for a Day

$90  Feeds a Child for a Year

$250 Feeds 1,000 People for one Day


One package (picture, left) holds six meals. This is what we assemble at the food packaging event.



Ewe Tubes are not just for quarters;

they can hold cash and checks too!


We raised all the monies needed to cover this food packaging event in Lent of 2020! There will be no need for a huge need or push for fundraising. We do anticipate some money coming is anyway so please donate through your parish (connect with your youth minister). Any excess monies left over after the event will be forwarded to local food pantries - several are experiencing unprecedented demand and we are happy to partner with them to combat local hunger through their current efforts.

In April of 2020, we sent checks on behalf of Feed My Sheep to the following food pantries:

  • Catholic Multicultural Center

  • St. Vincent de Paul (Madison)

  • Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM)

  • Oregon Food Pantry

  • Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota - (via Families Working Together)

Ewe Tubes hold one roll of qaurters ($10)
Whom should I contact?


Please call or email the youth minister at your Parish. If you are not sure who that is, check our "Contact" page or get in touch with Kevin Sullivan  at St. Bernard in Middleton.


Each Parish/school is having its own kick-off for collecting donations. Check your bulletin or Parish website for details.


All Parishes will accept quarters, cash, or checks. Checks should be made out to the Parish with a memo of "Feed My Sheep". One volunteer can package $50 worth of materials in one shift!