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If you or a loved one needs food assistance – we can help. Don’t go another night without food on your table.

Am I Able To Receive Assistance?

We provide a variety of shelf-stable items and based on availability, offer frozen meat, fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products, snack items, and fresh bread/bakery items. We can’t promise to provide all of your grocery needs but what we can do, is to supplement what you do have so that you can create a balanced meal and have a little bit of flexibility in your budget to afford other necessities like healthcare and rent/mortgage payments.

For your first visit to our pantry, please bring a photo ID and proof of address, such as a utility bill.  If for any reason you are unable to bring these items, come visit us and simply inform the volunteer at check-in.   At this visit, you will be asked to verbally provide income, address, and the number of household members. 

To receive the assistance you need to meet our income guidelines posted below, which are based on the size of your household.  If your household income exceeds the guidelines, yet you still need assistance, please come see us.  We are here to help!

Income Guidelines

Effective July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022
No. of Household Members Total Income
Annual Income Monthly Income Twice-Monthly Income Bi-Weekly Income Weekly Income
 1  $23,828  $1,986  $993  $917  $459
 2  $32,227  $2,686  $1,343  $1,240  $620
3  $40,626  $3,386  $1,693  $1,563  $782
 4  $49,025  $4,086  $2,043  $1,886  $943
 5  $57,424  $4,786  $2,393  $2,209  $1,105
 6  $65,823  $5,486  $2,743  $2,532  $1,266
 7  $74,222  $6,186  $3,093  $2,855  $1,428
 8  $82,621  $6,886  $3,443  $3,178  $1,589
 For each additional household member, add  +$8,399  +$700  +$350  +$324  +$162

These guidelines are based on 185% of the federal poverty guidelines and are effective July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022.

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