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Ways you can help our

homeless clients

Our Current Needs​​​​

  • Shower gel

  • Band aids

  • Toilet paper

  • Paper towels

  • Liquid dish soap

  • Tampons

  • Towels

  • Washcloths

  • Blankets--not comforters

  • Small kitchen appliances

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  • And for schools supplies:

  • Composition books wide and college 

  • Highlighters

  • Colored markers

  • Pencil bags

  • Lined paper, wide and college 

  • New underwear and socks for students

K through 12th grade.

 

Thank you so much for your generosity.

Thank you so much to those of you who faithfully provide for our needs.

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Volunteers for the clothing bank

Tuesday 11:30-1:30

Thursday 11:30-1:30

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the volunteer application!)

Thanks for your faithful

giving to help our clients!

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We love your donations, but we would appreciate it if they are clean so our volunteers are able to make them available to our clients immediately.  Thank you so much.

We are no longer open on Wednesday evening.

Check out why you should volunteer as a senior, then go to our volunteer page to see how you can volunteer at New Hope.

Read:  Why you should Volunteer

News from the Food Pantry  August 2022

www.northcountyfoodpantry.org

If you  visit the North County Food Pantry,  you will notice our fresh new look! New flooring was installed first, and now we have improved lighting thanks to a generous volunteer.  Work spaces and hallways have been upgraded with new fixtures and bulbs. New shelving has also been installed in one of our storerooms where extra items are organized and easily accessible. The Pantry is a bright, cheerful, organized and welcoming “Gathering Place” in our community.

 

With rising food and fuel prices, we are serving an increasing number of clients each week.  We are particularly pleased at the number of new families who have come to the Pantry for help. We have plenty of food to distribute, so no one in our community should go hungry.  All are welcome and we promise to serve you with the kindness you deserve.

 

Our Community Garden is now harvesting peas, radishes, chives, and rhubarb with lots of other fresh produce to follow. Thanks to a local nursery, we also have FREE vegetable, herb, and flowering plants for the taking.  Whether you are a seasoned gardener or just a beginner, we have plants to offer. Stop by and take what you can use.

 

A family moving from our area recently donated a variety of household items and clothing for us to offer free to our clients. We welcome donations that can be re-cycled, re-used or re-purposed. Because we have limited storage space, we cannot accept furniture, and ask that donations be dropped off during Pantry hours (Monday 11-2, Wednesday 9-noon). 

 

Now our HELP WANTED appeal…

  • We need a Monday set-up volunteer from 8:30-11 AM. This would ideally be a weekly commitment.

  • We need help in organizing our handicap equipment. We have wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, commodes, canes, bath accessories and more that need attention. This is likely a one-time job.

  • We need a volunteer who would be willing to clean our bathrooms and common areas every two weeks. 

 

Lastly, thanks to the donors that brought in farm fresh eggs, produce and dog food last month. We always appreciate donations! If you are looking for a way to make a difference in our neighborhood, consider donating toiletries, cleaning supplies, paper products, laundry and dish soap, baby diapers, or baking supplies. These items are necessary for families and are hard to procure from our “food” suppliers, 

School supplies

available:

Aug 16, 18,

23 & 25

New Hope loves donations!  Many donations are left after hours.  If you are leaving donations after hours please make sure they are under our roof or under the youth house deck roof.  If they are out in the rain and snow it will ruin many of the donations.