The Community Food Pantry strives to end the physical and emotional hunger of families in a dignified manner. The CFP takes a comprehensive approach to serving our clients that not only alleviates hunger but also provides support services such as health screenings, veterans assistance, and nutritional education for the whole person.
The Community Food Pantry helps feed 30,000 of your friends and neighbors each year: parents who have trouble making ends meet, seniors on fixed incomes deciding between medicine and groceries, individuals who have lost a job or are underemployed. Over 7,000 local families visited our pantry last year to receive groceries, a gracious welcome and emotional support as well as blood pressure screenings and information on social services. We anticipate providing groceries to 30,000 or more people this year, a third of whom are children.