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St. Andrew's Food Cupboard

St. Andrew’s Food Cupboard is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides food for about 400 families every month. These families may struggle with poverty, poor health, relocation, or housing concerns. Most families served by the Food Cupboard are headed by single parents. Single parents and their children make up the majority of people served. The clothing closet offers all apparel, footwear, towels and bedding. The housing ministry has safe affordable apartments on the premises. We belong to a Healthy Choice Food Program where fresh products are a priority. Our donation flier lists healthy foods as suggestions for group collections. We have a diverse group of clients and seek culturally varied foods. We are 100% volunteer which frees funds and prompts us to find alternative sources for fresh options to offer clients. Toiletries, baby items, kitchen and dining ware are available as well. Our library and wall of referral information helps clients with their further needs.

This listing was last updated Mar 21, 2024

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Location & Open Times

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

It is our preference to have the products delivered to our brown garage receiving door on the side of our building at 12 Randolph ST Rochester, 14621

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 16 weeks ago

892 Portland Ave. Rochester, NY 14621Get Directions

  • 585-338-1764

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  • Mrs. St. Andrew's Food Cupboard Margaret Oberst

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It is our preference to have a gardener deliver the products to our brown garage receiving door. It is on our corner side of the building at 12 Randolph St. Rochester, 14621


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