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Camella's Cupboard Food Pantry for Children

We are a food pantry that serves families with children in our local community. We serve 1,000 families - 555 of them children - from 361 families each month. We strive to provide fresh items to our families.

This listing was last updated Oct 17, 2022

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Location & Open Times

We are open for donations Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 12 noon, and Fridays from 2-4 pm. We are available at other times by appointment. Please call us, and we will accommodate a convenient time for you.

Hours are in EST. Hours updated 6 weeks ago

50 East Street, New Milford, CT, USAGet Directions

  • 860-717-2509

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  • Angela Chastain

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We are located in the back of the building, you can enter through the doors by the picnic tables.

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