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Thank you so much for your generosity!

Necessities we need right now:

  • Men's deodorant

  • Women's deodorant

  • Liquid hand soap

  • Adult wipes

  • Shampoo

  • Conditioner

  • Q-tips

  • Kleenex

  • Toilet paper

  • Paper towels

  • Liquid dish soap

  • Baby wipes

  • Diapers size 5


  • Jeans 32 & 34 waist

  • White socks

  • T-shirts--any color

  • Men's underwear

  • Small appliances

  • Pots & pans

  • A client needs a microwave

  • Towels

  • Queen sheet sets



News from the Food Pantry  January 2023

As we turn the calendar to a new year, the North County Food Pantry wishes to acknowledge the generosity of so many in our community who support our mission. We provide much more than food to families and individuals in Elk and Chattaroy. We are a "gathering place" for neighbors to share a warm meal and lively conversation. Our clients shop for food items that satisfy their family preferences. We offer an assortment of household goods and clothing, and necessities like pet food, cleaning supplies and paper products. None of this would be possible without supporters and friends of the Pantry. We wish to thank these people and organizations who have supported us with gifts of time, treasure and resources:

* Catholic Charities has awarded a Rice Bowl Grant in support of our community garden for many years. This year they increased that award so we could automate our irrigation system and expand our green house.

* Spokane Fire District #4 brought in nearly 500 pounds of food at year end

* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donated nearly a ton of dry good staples to the Food Pantry this fall.

* Riverside School District donated excess milk that was unused at the winter break.

* Riverside HS FFA organized a cold weather clothing drive that we are distributing to clients.

* Don offered his handyman skills and made some much needed improvements to our facility.

* Saint Joseph Parish has been a generous financial supporter of the Pantry.

* Volunteers Jack and Julie deliver rescued bakery items every week that are procured by Caritas, a faith-based non-profit. 

* There have been countless neighbors who have made cash contributions to help fund the Pantry, and others who have donated beef, produce, and eggs.

* 40+ volunteers work tirelessly to keep our Pantry and our Community Garden operating.

Our team of volunteers are grateful to Joe and Sandy who manage the North County Food Pantry as a labor of love. Because of their leadership, the mission of the Pantry remains the highest priority!


If you have interest in joining our team of volunteers, please call Sandy at 509-292-2530. Your efforts will be greatly appreciated.

Closed February 7th and 9th for remodel!

New Hope loves donations! 


If you are leaving donations after hours please make sure they are under our roof or under the youth house deck roof. 


Thank you!

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