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Your tax deductible donation will help us reach the most vulnerable among us.

The food pantry is only part of what we do.

Rental and Utility Assistance  Our Advocacy Director helps clients with rental and utility assistance, to keep people in their homes and keep the lights on.

After School Program  Our After School Program assists elementary school students with their homework, Scholarship Program  Years later our Scholarship Program rewards the After School Program students with funds for college.

Birthday and Holiday gifts  Open Door provides birthday gifts for the children of regular clients, ages 6 to 16, who live within our service area.  Holiday gifts are made available to those same families, for ages newborn to 17.

Senior Treats  Our homebound Seniors receive special treat bags on holidays.

Delivery Program  The delivery program services clients who cannot get to Open Door.

Join our community of supporters.

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Bring Donations to our back door in the Broad Street Parking Lot

Monday - Thursday  10am - 2pm 

June is Great Outdoors Month

You know you need physical activity to stay healthy. But did you know it can help you feel better right away?

  • Boost your mood

  • Sharpen your focus

  • Reduce your stress

  • Improve your sleep

Don't know where to start?   Begin with 15 minutes a day.

  • Go for a walk after dinner

  • Turn on your favorite music and dance.

  • Bounce a ball or try a hula hoop.

  • Make a counter top herb garden and spice up your meals.

  • Form teams and make a game of yard work.

  • Find a pretty spot and draw something.

  • Play hopscotch like a kid.
  • Make sidewalk art.
  • Find an exercise buddy and keep each other on track.

Everyone Eats - Allergy Free Options

Everyone Eats provides underserved communities with allergy friendly food donations.  About 32 Million people in the U.S. suffer from food allergies.  This population not only needs to worry about food allergies but they also have to worry about what they are going to eat next.  In partnership with FARE’S TAG (teenage advocacy group), a local student is successfully raising awareness about the need to donate food to people with food allergies.  This assistance provides a little bit of freedom and peace of mind to this population.

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Click on one of the recipes below to make your own allergy free meal option.

Peanut, Tree-Nut and Sesame Free Tortilla Pizza Recipe

- Gluten Free Tortilla Pizza Recipe

- Dairy Free Tortilla Pizza Recipe

What is FARE?   FARE, the Food Allergy Research & Education organization enhances the lives of individuals with food allergies. Their mission is to empower people with food allergies to lead safe, productive lives with the respect of others through education and advocacy.  FARE’s mission is to impact the life and health of millions of Americans with food allergies and to provide hope for the promise of new treatments.

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