Other Ways to Pitch in
Have a creative way to help out? We would love to hear your ideas.
Do you have other skills that you would like to share with us?
We are also looking for volunteers with professional skills
like accounting, marketing, grant writing, legal, etc.
Here are some important alternative ways of helping the Pantry
that you might consider:
Organize a Food Drive
Organize a food drive at your business, school, church, health club, coffee shop, book group,
or any other place!
Or, host a party where guests bring non-perishable foods instead of bottles of wine!
Food drives not only supply the Pantry with a variety of goods,
they also bring people together to help the community
and raise awareness of the Pantry’s work.
Grow an Extra Row
If you grow vegetables for your family why not plant an extra row for the Pantry?
Every little bit helps to feed those in need.
Whether you grow a lot or a little we’d love to receive your produce any Thursday morning between 10-1.
And, if your chickens are laying more eggs than you need bring the extras to the Pantry!
(We’ll even give you empty cartons for next time!)
Donate Beyond the Basics
Condiments, spices, teas, and coffee may not be essentials but our shoppers always appreciate them since salt, pepper, mayo, ketchup, sugar, jams and salad dressings add a bit of “spice” to a basic diet.
Although the Pantry’s main concern is feeding people we also distribute personal hygiene products. Toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, deodorant, combs and brushes, shampoo and conditioner
are all popular items.