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Food Pantry

In the heart of our community, we firmly believe in the strength of unity and support. Each month, we open our doors for a food pantry in collaboration with the Fayette County Community Action Agency's Food Bank. Our mission is clear: to offer vital nourishment to those in need, providing fresh and non-perishable foods while extending a lifeline of hope to our neighbors.

On the first Wednesday of every month, we distribute food to individuals and families facing food insecurity. Our food pantry plays a pivotal role in ensuring that nobody in our community has to go without a meal.

Our food pantry isn't just about handing out meals; it's about providing options. We understand that people have varying dietary needs and preferences, and we make every effort to offer a range of fresh and non-perishable foods to meet these diverse requirements.

Seniors often face unique challenges, and we've tailored additional food pantry services to address their specific needs. Our goal is to guarantee that every member of our community, especially seniors, has access to the support they require.

Why Food Pantries Matter:

  1. Alleviating Hunger: Food pantries are essential because they directly address the pressing issue of hunger within our community. They serve as a reliable source of sustenance for those who might otherwise go without.

  2. Promoting Health: Access to nutritious food is vital for overall health and well-being. Food pantries ensure that community members have a chance to maintain a balanced diet, even when facing financial challenges.

  3. Fostering Community Bonds: Food pantries create a sense of togetherness and support within the community. They offer a platform for neighbors to help neighbors, reinforcing the strength of our collective ties.

  4. Empowering Vulnerable Populations: Vulnerable groups, such as seniors, benefit greatly from food pantry services. These programs offer tailored assistance to ensure that everyone receives the support they need.

  5. Addressing Food Waste: Food pantries also help reduce food waste by redistributing surplus goods to those who can use them, contributing to a more sustainable and eco-friendly community.


Join us on the first Wednesday of every month at our food pantry. Together, we can make a significant impact on the lives of those in need. In a world filled with uncertainties, our community remains steadfast in providing a helping hand and a sense of hope to all who seek it.

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