We are a food pantry serving anyone who needs food. Most of our recipients are elderly. We are currently serving 182 families, representing over 400 individuals. We are non- profit, all- volunteer, and are funded by donations and an occasional grant. We are grateful for any donation of fresh produce in any quantity. If the timing is not best for us, we share with other food pantries. We accept canned goods, boxed goods, produce, hygiene products, and are looking for a supplier of local protein foods.
This listing was last updated May 19, 2023
Location & Open Times
We accept donations on the fourth Monday and Tuesday, preferably by 10:00 am
We operate on the fourth week of the month. Donors can call ahead to arrange for delivery, or come on the fourth Monday or Tuesday before 1000 am.
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