Woodstock Pantry serves groceries, our Hot Meals Program serves warm meals, our Hygiene Program serves essential items and our Clothing Closet shares clothes. Our neighbors include elders, people of color, immigrants and refugees, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ people, homeowners and renters as well as people who live on low-incomes and are unhoused. 52% of individuals are 45 years of age or older. 41% of households include individuals with disabilities. 2% of individuals identify as non-binary, gender nonconforming or transgender. 11% of households include single parents or caregivers for a child under age 18.
More than a third (34%) of individuals are Asian, Hispanic, Slavic/Eastern European, Black, American Indian, Middle Eastern, African or multi-ethnic. Only 60% of individuals use English as their primary language. Every month, we serve 520 households groceries and 480 individuals hot meals.
We love fresh produce/fruit, vegetarian/vegan food and specialty foods to cater to our neighbors from different cultures. We always need hygiene items and clothing.
This listing was last updated Mar 9, 2023
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Call (3) 777-3829 to deliver food at non-scheduled times. All food is delivered to All Saints Episcopal Church. We cannot accept homecooked food, or packages/cans that are open or damaged, e.g., seal broken or dented.
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Please contact All Saints Episcopal Church at (503) 777-3829 to learn how you can donate to help our neighbors.
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