We are a food pantry run by our church, St. Luke University Parish, in Georgetown Township Michigan. We serve university students, parishioners, and the local communities of Georgetown and Allendale. We serve anywhere between 30 and 60 families, once per month, or in case of emergencies we can help in between distribution days. We provide a variety of food, both canned goods and fresh meat/dairy and household products, including personal care items. We would love to receive fresh produce on our pantry days which are always the second Thursday of each month. We can also accept paper products and famine hygiene items if available. Meat and dairy items are appreciated also.
This listing was last updated Jun 27, 2022
Location & Open Times
Distribution days for our food pantry are always the second Thursday of each month.
We can accept drop off of fresh items on a pantry day , between 10 am 3pm. or dry goods/paper products at any time.
Donors can call the parish for open times.
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