Now more than ever we need your financial help. Please go to the donate page to help our food bank remain stocked with food. As with many of the stores, our supplies have dropped and our donors have less food to give us. Your financial donations, will help us buy food for those in need. The impact of the coronavirus is already being felt. Today in three hours, we served 100 people! Fifty-six of those families were here for emergency food. WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO REMAIN OPEN FOR AS LONG AS WE CAN. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT IT IS THOSE WHO ARE SHOPPING BY DONATIONS THAT HELP US PROVIDE THE FOOD FOR THOSE IN NEED. Shop by donation when you can so we can continue to provide food for those in need. Save your emergency boxes for when you really need them.
In keeping with Federal Guidelines, we will be limiting the number of patrons inside the food bank to no more than eight (8) at one time until further notice.
Please do not come to the food bank if you are sick or have been in contact with someone who has been sick.
To help us better serve you in the morning, we will have three lines - shopping by donation, emergency box, and sack lunch. Please stand in the appropriate line, so we may serve you as quickly as possible.
Shopping by Donation
Please remember to be conscious of social distance. Only touch the items you are actually going to take. For now, we will be limiting eggs to two dozen per patron.
Anyone may get a sack lunch. We do our best to put a variety of foods with something to drink in the lunch. Please do not eat the lunch on the premises or leave unwanted items or trash in the parking lot.
We will do our best to give you a variety of foods in your box. We always try to include some type of bread and eggs. Even we are struggling to get these items during this time. Box contents are constantly changing based on what we have available.
We are sanitizing the check out counter between each patron. We sanitize the grocery carts throughout the time we are open. We are washing down doors and handles on coolers throughout the day. As with anywhere you go, remember to wash your hands when you return home!