Seton Center


How Catholic Charities Helps


Seton Center is a multi-purpose neighborhood community center located in Princess Anne, MD. Staff members at Seton Center work to identify and respond to the needs of local residents, the Hispanic community,  and the area’s migrant farm workers.


Seton Center’s mission is to provide hospitality, service, and advocacy.  The staff at Seton Center strive

— to serve those in need

— to work toward a more just society

— to bring together church and community members as active partners in education of self and pursuit of the values of charity, justice, and freedom


Services available at Seton Center include:

· Three food programs  – the Brown Bag food cooperative, an emergency food pantry, and a government surplus program

· Basic Needs Program – helping families to avoid homelessness caused by eviction and to prevent the loss of basic energy services with financial grants

· Family strengthening services and case management

· Thrift center

· Health prevention advocacy

· Women’s support groups

· Information and referral services

VIDEO: Click here to see a video about the history of Seton Center as they celebrate 30 years of service to the poor of Maryland’s Eastern Shore.


How To Get Help

For more information about our services, contact Seton Center at

30632 Hampden Avenue

PO Box 401

Princess Anne MD 21853



Click here to send an email for more information.


How You Can Help


You can organize a food drive. Ask your family, neighbors, church, or civic group to donate nonperishable and shelf-stable food items.


Suggested items for donation include

— canned goods like spaghetti, tuna, salmon, beef stew, corned beef hash, beans, soups, vegetables and fruit

— boxes of pasta, macaroni and cheese, crackers, cereal, oatmeal, and pancake mix

— jars of peanut butter and jelly

— juice, coffee, tea, hot cocoa mix, instant breakfasts

— shelf-stable milk – either dry or evaporated

— condiments like spreads, ketchup, mustard, relish, barbecue sauce, pickles and syrup

You can help by donating your gently used items. Clothing, household goods, and appliances are always needed at the center.


You can also organize a clothing drive. Ask your family, neighbors, church, or civic group to donate their no-longer needed gently used clothing, household goods, or appliances.


Some donation suggestions

Unfortunately, not all items should be donated – store personnel cannot clean, mend, or repair items, and merchandise not fit for sale must be discarded at Catholic Charities expense.


Clothes should be in good condition and ready to wear. Please wash or dry-clean items before donating them.


Think about the essentials for setting up a household. Families need dishes, pots, pans, blankets, sheets, and towels.


Click here to donate to Seton Center using a credit card. You may also send a check to Catholic Charities, 2601 W 4th Street, Wilmington, DE 19805, and designate Seton Center on the check memo line.


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