The generosity of the Holly Springs community enables us to keep the doors open and shelves stocked. You can also host a food drive at your school, religious organization, business or civic group. Even the smallest donations make a difference. Our shelves always need replenishing, but the following food items are currently our greatest need.
We most need these staples given to families each month:
- Peanut butter
- Jelly (in plastic containers)
- Canned meat
- Sauces of all kinds (in plastic containers)
Always needed for Cupboard use:
- Ziploc sandwich and quart size bags
- Disinfectant wipes
Most needed items for track-out/summer kids lunch bags:
- Single serving boxed shelf-stable milk
- Small pop-top cans of tuna, chicken or Vienna sausages
- Small pop-top fruit
How to get food to the Cupboard:
The Cupboard can receive donated food on:
Mondays 9-11 a.m.
Thursdays noon-5 p.m.
If you have food that you want to deliver at other times, you can take it to one of our community drop-off sites listed below. If necessary, we can arrange a time for a pick-up. Please do not leave food outside the Cupboard.
Closed on holidays
Martin Luther King Day, Easter Monday, Memorial Day, July Fourth, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve. Open New Year’s Eve 2020.
Closed when Wake County Schools are closed.
Community Food Drop-Off Sites
Holly Springs Town Hall, Main Street
Sunrise United Methodist Church, 5420 Sunset Lake Road
First Flight Federal Credit Union, Village Walk Drive
Holly Springs Farmers Market, West Ballentine Street
Pet Mania, Sunset Lake Road
Sweet Berry Bowls, 150 W Holly Springs Road
Wake FC, Ting Park