Frequently Asked Questions
FOOD PANTRY FAQ
Q: How do I qualify for the food pantry?
A: If you meet the federal poverty guidelines, you automatically qualify for our services. Examples of current poverty guidelines include but are not limited to fuel assistance, WIC, Food Stamps, Social Security / Disability, Subsidized housing, TANF, CSFP, APTD, and unemployment.
Q: What do I need to bring on my first visit to the food pantry?
A: Anyone 18 years of age and older is required to show ID and current proof of income. Proof of income includes any of the services listed above or your most recent tax return. You will also fill out our application during your first visit. You are welcome to print out our application and bring it in with you on your first visit. You can find our application on the Get Food tab on this website.
Q: How often can I come in to the food pantry?
A: You are welcome to pick up food from our pantry every two weeks. Our voucher program runs on a different schedule and will be explained to you during your first visit.
Q: Can I donate foods to the pantry?
A: Yes. We accept nonperishable foods that are unexpired and unopened.
THRIFT SHOP FAQ
Q: Do you consign items?
A: No, we are a donation-only based nonprofit.
Q: How can I donate?
A: We are happy to receive your donations. Please visit the Thrift Shop Donation tab on this website and go from there.
Q: Do you need volunteers?
A: Yes, we can always use an extra hand. If you’d like to volunteer, give us a call or come on in!