Empowering Wilson Area Families

LINCS is a Dynamic Community Outreach Organization

Dedicated to offering all Wilson area residents a confidential contact for accessing a variety of support through programs and services. Our mission is to provide a compassionate and sensitive community resource that will empower Wilson area families by linking them to direct, comprehensive programs addressing social, emotional and physical well-being, educational assistance, and resources needed to raise healthy children and enhance all residents’ quality of life.

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1/17/2022 – LINCS Family Center is hosting a Gift Card Bingo on Saturday, April 30, 2022 from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. (doors open at 11 a.m.) at the Wilson Area Intermediate School. See PDF Flyer here. All proceeds will benefit LINCS programs which include the food pantry and weekend meals bags for students. More details here.

1/17/2022 – The Wilson Area High School Key Club will be collecting non-perishable food items, diapers, toiletries, and paper products at varsity basketball games and wrestling matches starting on Saturday, January 22 and ending on Friday, February 4. More details here.

12/6/2021 – The LINCS Family Center has appointed Trina Johnson-Brady as the Community Coordinator who will lead the coalition building initiative. More details here.

3/1/2021 – The LINCS Family Center has partnered with the Kellyn Foundation to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to the Wilson Area Community. The Mobile Market is at the LINCS Center every Tuesday from 11:00 – 12:30. More details here (PDF).

If you would like to order online please click this link to find out more and use the code LINCS20 for $20 off your order. For more information on how to order, pick up times and locations click here.

3/25/2020 – Important COVID-19 Information

Our 2021 Impact

Weekend Meal Bags were distributed to over 70 families
Holiday meal packages were provided to families of students
Northampton County families were supported with monthly food pantry distributions
Students were kept warm through the Coats for Kids program