We are a food pantry serving individuals and families within our community. We offer a charity assistance program assisting with a variety of needs. We also have a homeless center which offers daily meals such as breakfast, lunch, and a meal to go as well as showers and laundry and is open Sunday through Wednesday. We operate two transitional homes for unhoused veteran men and women within our community as they work to improve their situations by providing stable housing, addressing mental health and/or addiction issues, and help finding stable employment.
We are always in need of any shelf stable products such as cereal, peanut butter, jelly, pasta, canned fruits and vegetables, crackers, soups, canned or bagged beans, pastas, fresh produce of any type, or any type of meats. Toiletries are always a blessing. Items such as shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, body wash/soap, laundry detergents, toilet paper, razors, shaving cream, and hairbrushes are always much appreciated. Thank you for thinking about our pantry and your community!
This listing was last updated Sep 7, 2023
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The food pantry entrance is located in the alley alongside our thrift store.
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