Food Pantry Top 10 List
Top ten most needed items
- 32 oz. Shelf Stable Milk and Nut Beverages
- Canned Salmon and Chicken
- Boxed Meals/Sides & Instant Potatoes
- Whole Grain, Low Sugar Cereal
- Tomato Paste & Sauce & Stewed Tomatoes
- Black Olives and Pickles
- Whole Grains (Oats, Barley, Quinoa, etc.)
- Heart Healthy Cooking Oil
- Dried Spices and Herbs
- Toilet Paper
On this list are items that we cannot readily access through other partner agencies and are high request items by our clients.
Top Clothing Center ITEMS
- New underwear, all ages, including XXLG
- New socks, all ages
- Bras, all sizes, including preteens and XXLG
- Kids pajamas
- New bath towels, washcloths
Always Welcome Items
Russian Cuisine: Oats, Barley, Bay Leaves, Mustard Seeds, Dill, Pickled Eggs or Cabbage
Asian Cuisine: Rice Vinegar, Soy Sauce, Asian Noodles, Nori/Seaweed, Water Chestnuts, Sesame Products, etc.
Soul Food Cuisine: Canned Collard Greens, Black Eye Peas, Sardines, Cornmeal, Grits
Indian Cuisine: Coconut, Cardamom, Ginger, Mustard Seeds, Curry Paste, Tahini, Ghee
Greek Cuisine: Tahini, Lemon Juice, Mint, Bulgar/Quinoa, Walnuts, Figs and Dates
Hispanic/Latino Cuisine: Dried Chili Peppers; Masa Flour; Corn/Flour Tortillas; Cactus; Cumin; Cilantro
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?
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