Food Pantry Top 10 List
Top 10 most needed items
- Toilet paper
- Paper towel
- Feminine hygiene - maxi pads
- Liquid hand soap
- Heart healthy oil (canola, olive, vegetable)
- Canned meats (chicken and tuna)
- Nut butters (almond, peanut, cashew)
- Gluten free pasta
Beginning June 1, we will be accepting food and personal care donations, focusing ONLY on what is on our Top Ten List.
If you are planning a food collection, please note that we prefer people donate just items on the top ten list at this time. If you have large quantities of a specific item not on the list, please contact Shannon Ash, Program Director (email@example.com) to discuss the potential donation.
Please note that CLOTHING DONATIONS are not being accepted at this time. All clothing donations that are left will be discarded for safety reasons.
Thank you for helping us keep volunteers and staff safe by following these guidelines.
Financial donations - Over the next months, our operations may need to significantly shift and we may have unplanned expenses to try and continue to assist our community. Many of the people we serve are already at a greater risk, including low-income families, people with existing health conditions, healthcare workforce, and older adults. Donations are always welcome and helpful.
These guidelines are for when we are back and fully operational. We will need a lot of support getting the pantry full again at that time!
What kinds of donations to MOM most help meet the need? Should you donate food or make a financial donation? What is the difference between a Food Pantry and a Food Bank?
Continuing service to our clients remains a priority, as will be minimizing exposure and transmission for all who come to MOM (volunteers, clients, donors, etc.). We will communicate what we are doing so that together we can help minimize risk while providing essential services to people in our community.
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