Caminando Juntos is Spanish for “walking together”, and is also the name of the Presentation Sisters’ ministry among the Hispanic people in the Sioux Falls area. Their primary purpose is to help create a welcoming presence and respond to the needs of the newer Latino immigrants as they seek to integrate into this culture and make a home among us.
It has been found that many of the Hispanic people, who relocate to Sioux Falls, are not prepared for the harshness of the winter climate. They do not have warm gloves, mittens, hats or scarves to wear. Throughout the entire month of January, we are working together to help provide cold weather accessories for the men, women and children who visit the ministry center for assistance.
If you would like to help, bring brand new warm gloves, mittens, hats or scarves in sizes for men, women, boys, girls, or infants to:
HyVee #1 – 1601 S. Sycamore Ave
HyVee #2 – 4101 S. Louise Ave
HyVee #3 – 3000 S. Minnesota Ave
HyVee #4 – 1900 S. Marion Road
HyVee #5 – 3020 East 10th Street
HyVee #6 – 1231 E. 57th Street
HyVee #7 – 2700 W. 10th Street
For additional information or to get involved, please contact the development office at 605.271.0468 or firstname.lastname@example.org.