Donations of food and household items may be dropped off at the Pantry located on the grounds of St. John The Baptist Catholic Church, Outreach Center, 315 N. Constitution Avenue, New Freedom, PA 17349, Monday-Saturday morning, 9-11 a.m.
WE CAN USE THE FOLLOWING TO SERVE THOSE IN NEED DAILY:
Canned vegetables – potatoes, carrots, asparagus, lima beans, sauerkraut, red beets, (plus all other vegetables); beans (baked, kidney, plus all other beans); canned soup, broth, ramen noodle, tuna, spam, fruit, instant potatoes, tomatoes, spaghetti sauce, Chef Boyardee meals; rice, peanut butter, jelly, pudding, jello, crackers, hamburger helper meals, mac & cheese, pasta, oatmeal, pancake mix, syrup, cereal, ketchup, mayo, mustard, beverages – juices, coffee, bottled water, kids drinks; baking items – cake, brownie and cookie mixes, icing, flour, sugar, pie filling and crust.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED: Personal care products and household; deodorant, soap, toilet paper, paper towels, shampoo, feminine products, adult depends, laundry & dish washing detergent, toothpaste, toothbrushes, other household cleaning products, diapers, wipes and baby food.
Monetary Donations: Checks/gift cards should be made payable to “SYC Pantry” and mailed to the following address: Thanks!
P.O. Box #8
Shrewsbury, PA 17361
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Donations of non-perishable food products may be dropped off at the Pantry in the clothing bank garage which is open until 8 pm daily. The garage may be accessed by pushing the black button on the garage door. Please place the donations on the shelves inside the garage and close the door. A Pantry volunteer will move the donations into the Pantry the next day. If you leave a note for us, we will document who and what organization gave the donation.
PLEASE, NEVER LEAVE FRESH OR FROZEN FOOD IN THE GARAGE. It will go in the trash. Call the Pantry and make arrangements for this type of donation.
We thank all of our churches and schools, libraries and post offices, boy and girl scouts, farmers and friends, and many, many local businesses for your generous support in providing food and funds that we are able to give nutritious food to those families in need in Southern York County throughout the year. We are so grateful and appreciative of your kindness and support.