Our Mission

The mission of Lower Cape Outreach Council is to provide emergency assistance of food, clothing and financial support to residents of the 8 towns that constitute Lower Cape Cod and to follow up with services and support in the areas of employment and education.

A Special Thanks to Our 2019 Gala Sponsors:







Our Services


Financial assistance is available to qualified applicants for payments of essential household services including electricity, heat, rent/mortgage payments, insurance, medical and prescription drug expenses, and transportation.


Lower Cape Outreach Council sponsors 8 food pantries on the lower Cape and makes monthly food distributions to local Councils on Aging, WIC and Cape Cod Children’s Place.


At Lower Cape Outreach Council, our goal is to help our neighbors lead more secure and independent lives. Providing emergency food, clothing, and financial assistance are some ways we help. Now we are offering a program to help clients achieve their career goals and job objectives.

Check Us Out On Social Media!

This was the note enclosed with a $5,000 donation we just received from the Reeves families, the owners of @pjsfamilyrestaurant. We are profoundly thankful for your generosity. #InThisTogether ...

The Cape and Islands United Way has partnered with the Major Crisis Relief Fund and The Cape Cod Foundation to provide expedited financial relief to both individuals and area nonprofits. Click the link in our bio to learn more. #CapeCodStrong ...

The needs of our community have never been greater. Donations of every size matter: link in bio. #LCOCDonate ...

In an effort to minimize risk to clients, volunteers and staff, our office is currently closed, but we are still available. If you are in need of assistance, please call us @ 508.240.0694 and leave a voicemail (it’s being checked regularly), or email us at lcoc@lcoutreach.org. www.lcoutreach.com #InThisTogether ...

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