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Butner Church Council Food Pantry

We are a small community food pantry & free clothes room, with the goal of helping our neighbors through tough times, through assistance with food, gently used clothing, personal hygiene items, and baby supplies. We do not initiate ANY religious or political agenda or judgment. We serve those who either live in, or attend a church in, Butner or Stem. Proof of address is required. We serve 65-75 families monthly, offering staples for English or Spanish cooking. We gratefully accept donations of ** non-perishable food items ** clean & gently used seasonal clothing, winter coats, sheets & blankets, bath linens ** baby gear, infant/youth vehicle safety seats & booster seats ** toiletries (even hotel-sized), TP, diapers, feminine hygiene products, adult briefs ** EXCESS PRODUCE FROM HOME GARDENS ** EXCESS EGGS FROM HOME FLOCKS (we can offer empty egg cartons). We have 2 residential upright freezers and 2 residential refrigerators for cold donations. We offer delivery to customers who are home bound or have significant medical issues. To ensure that the children whose families regularly use our pantry will have Christmas presents, we have a "Pantry Angel Tree" to match kids & sponsors. Wish lists are necessity-based (coats, clothing, shoes, socks & underwear) with one non-essential/fun item. In 2022 we had 89 kids on our Christmas list. If you've read this far, you might sense how personally and deeply we care about helping our neighbors. Thanks for any donation you might offer to become part of our outreach. No donation is too small to make a difference in someone's life.

This listing was last updated Oct 14, 2023

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Location & Open Times

Mondays
Closed
Tuesdays
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Wednesdays
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursdays
Closed
Fridays
Closed
Saturdays
Closed
Sundays
Closed

For donations at other times, please contact the food pantry coordinator for an appointment.

Hours are in EST. Hours updated 18 weeks ago

507 W E St, Butner, NC 27509, USAGet Directions

  • 919 575-4303

  • Lisa Kennady

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Please park curbside/in front of the building, facing the sidewalk. Come inside to let us know you have a donation, and if you need a cart and/or a helper. DONATION INTAKE: Tues 1pm, Wed 4:30pm, which is half an hour before our customer service times, when we are more available to help bring in your donation, graciously thank you for it, and prep it for our customers that same day. If you come during CUSTOMER SERVICE TIMES (Tuesdays 1:30-3pm, Wednesdays 5-6pm), that's OK, but you might get stuck in line. For DONATIONS OTHER DAYS/TIMES, call for an appointment. We have 2 residential size refrigerators for storage. Our customers are always thrilled to have fresh produce!

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