March 30, 2021
Be an Urban Farmer & Grow Produce for Cupboard Clients
Do you have some extra space in your yard? Help local people in need by growing fresh, healthy vegetables for Food Cupboard clients! We supply the free seeds and plants. Now is the perfect time to start that garden or plant that extra row. Great project for the children too!
Learn more or let us know you’re interested by emailing Food Cupboard Garden Director Jerry DeWitt at email@example.com.
Our Food Cupboard gardens once again will start scheduling individuals, families and small groups of volunteers to work (outside) starting April 1.
We ask groups to remain small and distance appropriately. Everyone should wear a mask while in the garden.
Available work days are generally on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Interested volunteers may select the day/time that best meets their schedules. Instructions will be given to volunteers, but on-site supervision generally will not be provided.
Contact Food Cupboard Garden Director Jerry DeWitt at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the volunteer sign-up list.
Do you need food assistance? Know someone who does?
Please visit us. These are unprecedented circumstances, and we are here to help. Drive-through food distribution is every Thursday, 2-5 p.m. Deliveries are available to senior citizens and persons with compromised health or without transportation. Click here for more information.
Thank you! We are able to receive food on Mondays, 9-11 a.m. (this is our preferred time) and Thursdays, noon-5 p.m. Place donations on our delivery dock on the side of our facility and knock to allow for safe distancing. Or, give us a call and we can meet you to pick up food from your neighborhood.
Most needed items:
- Toilet paper
- Pop-top meats
- Shelf stable milks in individual or quart size (We cannot distribute out-of-date milk.)
- Individual juices
- Pop-top fruits
- 16-ounce jars of peanut butter
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Thank you, again, to our dedicated volunteers and generous community for making everything we do possible.