Share Food | Our Lady of Guadalupe Food Pantry

Can you help fill our shelves?

Our Lady's Pantry welcomes donations of unexpired, non-perishable food for those in our community, who may be without consistent access to nutritionally adequate food.

Some may be battling illness with steep medical bills, or struggling on a fixed income because of a lost job or underemployment.  They may be sheltering extended family, grandchildren, and even great grandchildren.  They may be dealing with a life-changing circumstance, such as divorce or death.

Everybody has his time of need and we want to help.  Food insecurity should not be among anyone's worries.

Kindly bring any donations when we are open.  Volunteers work in front of the classroom building in the far right-hand corner of Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission Center on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday mornings.

Three men in back room with 50 pound bags of produce

A little room off the Pantry porch allows a great storage spot for 50 pound bags of produce. Our walk-in freezer sits in the far right-hand corner of this room.

We also hold Project Hunger collections at Prince of Peace Catholic Church and Our Lady of Guadalupe before all Masses the first weekend of every month. On average, a whooping 800 pounds of groceries are donated on a typical Project Hunger weekend.  And every penny donated for food is used for that purpose.

"Thanks so much," says Anita Bullaro, who works at the Pantry with her husband Tom. "Every little bit helps."

Volunteers always appreciated. Can you help?

Just visit us at Our Lady's Pantry any Tuesday, Friday, or Saturday morning and ask for Anita or Tom.

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