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Current Pantry Needs

Our Pantry always needs non-perishable food and sundries, and we are very grateful to receive your donations. Check out the various ways you can support our food programs!

Donation drop-off hours

Monday & Thursday 10am-4pm and Tuesday & Wednesday 9am-4pm on the west side of our building at our receiving area
Ring the doorbell to announce your arrival. (Button is located on door frame, upper left.)

Pantry

Help us continue to serve the community during the coronavirus pandemic: (Updated 6/29/2021)

Non-Perishable Food Needs Personal Hygiene Household Items

Canned Fruit

Beef Stew

Beef / Chicken / Veggie Broth

Canned Chicken

Dry Pasta

Body Wash

Baby Wipes

Hand Soap

Dish Soap

Why non-food items? Because, these are things that cannot be purchased with food stamps and in order to stay healthy, individuals and families need these items too.

You can also make a online, secure financial donation, and select “Pantry” from the drop-down menu.

Snack Packs

School is back in session and Tri-Lakes Cares is gearing up for distributing snacks to the youth of our community. We are in need of the items below.

You can also make a online, secure financial donation to support the future needs of the Snack Pack program – make a notation in the comments section on the form saying you want your donation to support the snack pack program.

Snack Pack Needs: All single serve items (Updated 6/8/2021)
Pudding Cups
Chips
Fruit snacks
Granola Bars
Trail  Mix Packs
Goldfish Packets

 

Summer Gardens

Are you a home gardener? Do you always plant more than you can use? If so, we are more than happy to accept your donations of excess home-grown produce for our “Help Yourself” market. (Now you don’t have to sneak that extra zucchini to your neighbor’s porch!)

 

Donation drop-off hours

Monday & Thursday 10am-4pm and Tuesday & Wednesday 9am-4pm on the west side of our building at our receiving area
Ring the doorbell to announce your arrival. (Button is located on door frame, upper left.)


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