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615 East Clay St,
Hours of Operation are Monday - Friday 9-5
Saturdays are by appointment only.
Most of our volunteers work 2-4 hours once or twice a month. We have special events 2-3 times a year when we need many community volunteers. We also appreciate dedicated volunteers, who wish to give more time.
We provide training for each of our volunteer opportunities, so you do not need any special background. Some tasks require specific skills, such as computer skills for entering records or ability to lift for food pick ups. However, the only general requirement is a caring and positive attitude toward other volunteers and the families we serve.
Children and youth of all ages are welcome to work on special projects or support services. Youth who work when the pantry is open must be in 6th grade or above.
Recipients can be
Individuals and families who need food or clothing are welcome to come to the Pantry. Anyone in Washington County or surroundind area can receive services. Individuals and families that need help are welcome to call for appointments or walk-in. There are no income limits or other requirements.
In order to use the Pantry and other services, it is necessary to:
•Complete a family information sheet once a year.
•Bring your picture ID and a proof of residence. The proof of residence must be a recent document (in the last 2 months) that shows your current address. Examples of such documents are: an electric bill, a lease, or another official document.
All records are confidential and not used for any other purpose