Share The Harvest Food Pantry and Resale Nook exists to strengthen the family unit by connecting people in need to food and other resources to meet their needs. We are committed to working with families to help them maintain a food secure, safe, warm environment whereby all members of a family are provided an opportunity to thrive.
Share the Harvest Food Pantry
Share the Harvest Food Pantry serves an average of 800 families a month. In the past 8 years, we have provided 2,880,000 lbs. of food. 50% of the food on our shelves comes from the Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri, 35% from local grocery stores and 15% from our local community donations.
We use government guidelines to qualify people. Our food pantry doors are open 3 days a week, Tuesdays from 1-7 p.m. Wednesdays from 10am to 4pm, Thursdays 10 a.m.-4 p.m. We are open in the evening on Tuesday so that people who are working, but earning a minimum income, can come to help stretch their food dollars.
We have USDA food, donations from surrounding communities and fresh produce grown on site. You are allowed to visit the food pantry once per month and must fall within the guidelines established by the government. Please call us if you have any questions, 573-873-5855.
We are housed in a 13,000 sq. ft. facility that was built in 2012 with the assistance of a Neighborhood Assistance Grant. It houses our Thrift Store, Food Pantry, and storage. If you are able to help us in any way, please contact the office.
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Share the Harvest Food Pantry
Food Pantry hours:
- Tuesday 1-7
- Wednesday 10-4
- Thursday 10-4
At your first time visit, please bring social security card, a valid state id, and proof of address.
Share the Harvest Food Pantry relies on 50% of our food from; The Food Bank for Central & Northwest Missouri in Columbia, MO. It is such a blessing to have this available.
Volunteers sort the donations into different categories to facilitate efficient use of storage space.
We allow clients to pick out their own food as to not pack up something that they may not like or may just throw away. We try to reach the goal of each person receiving 28 pounds of food each month.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Thrift Store Manager
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