HOPE Food Pantry is getting back to normal....well sort of. Starting on Saturday, August 14, and on the 2nd Saturday of each month, we plan to go to a Drive-Thru pantry. Our plan is to distribute the same variety of food (including meat, fresh produce, and dairy products), hygiene and cleaning products as we have done throughout the pandemic. We’re excited about our return to a new normal. That said, we need volunteers to help out on pantry day as well as the days leading up to pantry day. This is a great opportunity for high school students who need community service hours. Please prayerfully consider helping out with this important mission project. Stay tuned for updates on our need for volunteers in coming weeks.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Each month, “HOPE Food Pantry” provides access to healthy nutritious food to those in need in Macomb County. The need is great, and you can help by…
Donating non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, and personal hygiene items. All donations should be unopened, in original packaging, and unexpired.
Making a gift. Monetary donations to “HOPE Pantry” are the best way to help get food on the table to those right here in Macomb County. We are also able to purchase food at a reduced rate, allowing your dollar to go even further.Donations can be made in person, via text, online, or at our Church office.
Would you consider being a “Friend of the Pantry” or a monthly donor to “HOPE Food Pantry”? If so, it's easy to donate online; simpy click to go to our Give a Gift site.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE:
“HOPE” Food Pantry is open to all Macomb County residents.Being a resident of Macomb County is our only requirement to receive assistance. Please call 586-296-8760 to make an appointment today. Remember, “HOPE” Food Pantry is an Equal Opportunity Provider.