Hesed House is an interfaith comprehensive homeless resource center in Aurora aimed at ending homelessness one person or one family at a time.
Good Shepherd members participate in the Emergency Shelter program on the 2nd Wednesday of every other month by providing help and home-cooked meals for an evening and into the next day. Working in three shifts, they lovingly prepare a hot dinner, direct shelter activities for the night, greet the residents in the morning with a warm breakfast, and make sure they have a lunch in hand when they leave. The volunteers express the love and care of Jesus Christ through this compassionate program. Good Shepherd children have been able to participate by preparing lunches and desserts to send to Hesed House. Good Shepherd members also contribute to Hesed House by donating personal care items.