…is to provide supplemental food and referral assistance to those in need in the Holly Springs community.
Thursdays, 2-5 p.m.
Need food assistance? Visit the Holly Springs Food Cupboard Thursday afternoons, 2-5 p.m. Please bring a picture ID and one other printed confirmation of your address (for example, a utility bill).
Donate Food to the Cupboard
Mondays, 9-11 a.m. & Thursdays, 12-5 p.m.
The Holly Springs Food Cupboard accepts food donations every week. If you have food that you want to deliver at other times, you can take it to one of our community drop-off sites. Click here for a list of locations where you can leave food donations. Please do not leave food outside the cupboard.
Food Garden Summer Workdays
Thursdays & Saturdays during the summer, 9 a.m.
Lend a hand, and we can teach you a new gardening skill.
2019 at a Glance
2,114 bags or boxes served to 430 unique families during 50 distributions (not including Thanksgiving)
181,324 pounds of food donations received.
- 86,156 pounds by corporate donors
- 95,168 pounds from individuals/groups/food drives
5,244 pounds from drop-off sites (this is included in the pounds from individuals/groups/food drives)
1,225 pounds of produce from our garden
100% volunteer staff
204 Thanksgiving meals
431 Student lunch kits for track-out & summer break.
- Snacks are provided to school counselors for students whose families are unable to provide them
- Donated youth and children’s books are given to families visiting the Cupboard
- Nurse on site during distributions for blood pressure checks
- Monthly tastings to introduce families to healthy recipes
A young unemployed father caring for two babies on his own says, “Thank You.”
An intergenerational family of 10 living together because it’s their only option to make ends meet says, “Thank You.”
A woman so grateful that a volunteer delivered her food because she is on oxygen and can’t get to the Cupboard says, “Thank You.”
An amazed mom who embraces a birthday cake for her daughter’s special day says, “Thank You.”
An excited child taking home her very own used book to read says, “Thank You.”
A tearful mother of 4 who lives in a nice neighborhood and has never had to ask for help before – until her husband left taking all their money – says, “Thank You.”
A grandmother raising her grandchildren and needs extra food and diapers says, “Thank You.”
A woman selecting fresh produce exclaiming, “Coming here is like Christmas!” says, “Thank You.”
Help us help others.
“I invite you to join us – sorting food, filling bags, carrying bags, working in the garden, organizing food drives, transporting food, raising funds to pay the bills … There are so many ways to help. I can’t promise that it will be easy – but I do promise you’ll be blessed.”Pat Haggard
Executive Director, Holly Springs Food Cupboard