Community FOOD PANTRY
The Plymouth Food Pantry depends entirely on donations. Donating food is the most direct way to support the food pantry. The Plymouth Food Pantry encourages those who are interested to organize a food drive at a place of business with community groups, churches, or schools.
In addition to food donations, personal care items like soap, tooth paste, shampoos, lotions, and toilet paper are also dearly appreciated and needed.
FOOD AND PERSONAL CARE DONATIONS
Place donated goods within barrels stationed before the entrance of the Plymouth Food Pantry, which can be found inside
St. Vincent de Paul's store, VINNIES.
There are also drop-off barrels located at Plymouth's Piggly Wiggly and Pick'n Save
The Plymouth Food Pantry is able to increase the value of monetary gifts, providing the food pantry the opportunity to maintain a consistent supply of food and personal care items for residents in need. Monetary gifts even provide the chance to maximize relationships with grocery vendors and 'Feeding America' to purchase the staple foods needed.
The Plymouth Food Pantry welcomes as much food, time, or money an individual or group is willing to contribute.
Kindly, make a tax-deductible cash or check donation by sending to the Plymouth Food Pantry.