Donate Food and Food Drives

Rebecca Fricke & Niri UU


Non-perishable food is always needed and welcomed in our Emergency Food Pantry.  Feel free to come by with any non-perishable items during our open hours or by special arrangement.  We appreciate everything, but have included lists (below) of the most wanted food items in our pantry.

We always welcome donations of personal care items as well (also listed below).

Help Neighbors with Holiday Food by donating the following:

  • Baking Mixes, Pie Crusts, Pie Filling
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Mac & Cheese
  • Packaged/Canned Gravy

Want to organize a community food drive?

Please let us know if you’re organizing (or would like to organize) a Food Drive!
Contact Niri, our Pantry Coordinator or email her at:   We can give you a list of needed items and we can put it on our calendar (so we can plan for it). See the list below for most wanted foods. You may also be interested in reviewing (and downloading) our online Food Drive Toolkit.  THANK YOU!

You can register your community food drive here.

Prepared and/or perishable food is often welcome in our Kitchen. Please contact our Kitchen Coordinator, Linda: (x103) or .

The Pantry Needs:
The Most Wanted Items in the Food Pantry

(no/low salt and no/low sugar options are encouraged!)
Feel free to stop by anytime we are open with your donation.

  1. Canned Vegetables
  2. Canned Fruit
  3. Canned Soup
  4. Cereal, Oatmeal
  5. Canned Beans
  6. Dried Pasta
  7. Canned Tomatoes, Spaghetti Sauce

Personal Care Items:
The Most Wanted Hygiene Items in the Personal Care Pantry

The Food Pantry also distributes personal care items. Do you travel and not use the shampoos, conditioners, lotions, and/or soaps? Bring unopened (unused) personal care items  home to us, and we’ll distribute them to neighbors who need them.

  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrushes
  • Toilet paper
  • Sanitary napkins and tampons
  • Disposable diapers – Sizes 4 & 5 & 6
  • Deodorants
  • Baby wipes

Sample Food Drive Themes here, and more information in our toolkit, here.