We have returned to indoor CLIENT-CHOICE shopping as of Monday, August 2.
“As a community centered in the Eucharist, we proclaim the love of Christ by sharing our bounty with all who seek nourishment.”
Contact: Debi at email@example.com
The food pantry ministry supplements the pantries of local families, honoring self-declared need. Recipients may choose foods best for their household. Ministry volunteers load the food directly into client vehicles.
Receiving from St. Mary Parish Pantry
When is the pantry open? We are open on Mondays from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon. Park your vehicle in the main lot outside the church. Line-up begins at 9:30 am.
How do I register? The first time you visit us we will ask a few questions and add you to our list. At future visits, we will check you in by asking your name.
What should I bring? There is no need to bring anything to receive food. You are welcome to bring reusable bags for packing your food.
Where do I go to get the food? Enter Marian Hall at the green door, at the bottom of the outdoor staircase, on the west side of the church building.
What kind of food will you give me? You may choose from an assortment of non-perishable foods, fresh produce, frozen meats, fresh eggs, assorted dairy and frozen foods, plus bakery items. On average you can expect to receive about 50 lbs. of food.
2021-2022 Holiday Closures
The pantry is closed when parish offices are closed for holidays. We are open the following Tuesday from 10 am–noon.
- CLOSED September 6 – Labor Day – OPEN Tuesday September 7
- CLOSED January 17, 2022 – Dr. MLK Jr. Holiday – OPEN Tuesday, January 18, 2022
- CLOSED February 21, 2022 – Presidents’ Day – OPEN Tuesday February 22, 2022
- CLOSED April 18, 2022 – Easter Monday – OPEN Tuesday April 19, 2022
- CLOSED May 30, 2022 – Memorial Day – OPEN Tuesday May 31, 2022
- CLOSED July 4, 2022 – Independence Day – OPEN Tuesday July 5, 2022
Donating to the Pantry
See the letter describing our ministry and how you can help here.
You can make a financial donation to the pantry using the button below and scroll down to the “Flexible Frequency” section.
Most-Needed Items for September:
- Canned Fruit
- Canned Meat (Tuna or Chicken)
- Canned Soups
- Canned Beans
- Canned Vegetables
- Cake Mixes
- Pancake Mix
- Pancake Syrup
- Breakfast Cereals – Cold
- Pasta & Spaghetti Noodles
- Pasta Sauce
- Toilet Tissue
All non-perishable food may be dropped off in the designated wood box in the vestibule of the church or placed into shopping baskets at the west end of Marian Hall. Perishable foods (fresh or frozen) may be delivered to Marian Hall on Monday mornings (distribution day), from 7:30–9:00 am.
Due to storage constraints, the only non-food items we request are toilet tissue and baby diapers. Thank you for your donations!
Questions? Contact Debi at ParishPantry@stmarylittleton.org.