DONATE FOOD or MONEY
Thank you so much for donating food and money to the Fullerton Food Pantry. The operation of this service relies totally on your generous donations. The food keeps our shelves stocked with a variety of nutritional food and your cash donations allow us to provide each client with a voucher for perishable items such as milk, cheese, eggs and bread that they purchase at our local grocery store. The cash may also be needed to purchase food items that the pantry is short on and operating costs. Your kindness makes a difference in the lives of our neighbors in need and the welfare of our community.
What Foods to donate
When donating food items please select commercially, non-perishable, packaged foods. Please also consider healthy low-sodium, low sugar foods that our clients are sure to enjoy and appreciate. We cannot accept open containers, rusted or damaged, outdated items, homemade canned goods, or food without labels. Please see Food Pantry Needs below.
Where and When to take the food
1. You can drop off your donations at the Food Pantry at 309 Esther St. Fullerton, NE
from 9:00-5:00 Monday - Friday.
***Please make an appointment if you wish to deliver food after closing hours.
2. The local grocery store has a donation box available for your purchased donations.
3. If you are interested in having a Food Drive please call and make arrangements for food drop-off or pick-up.
***Call/text Terri Larsen (308)390-9342 or e-mail email@example.com
How to make a monetary donation
Every dollar helps end hunger in our community and helps restore dignity for all. If you wish to donate please make your checks payable to Fullerton Food Pantry. They may be sent to Fullerton Food Pantry PO Box 236 Fullerton, NE 68638. A receipt for your donations will be sent to you.
Meats and Protein
Cans of tuna, ham, beef, or chicken, peanut butter
Fruits and vegetables
Cans of fruits, vegetables
Boxes of cereal, rice, pasta
Flour, sugar, oil, spices, ketchup, mustard, shelf cheese
Boxed or bagged meals such as Hamburger Helper, hearty soups
Personal Care Products
Shampoo, kleenex, soap, toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towels
These basic items are always needed for our food pantry but healthy snack bars, cake mixes, frostings, dried fruit snacks, jerky sticks, puddings, etc. are just a few examples of varieties of foods that are enjoyed by everyone, young children and all.
Together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Caring and Sharing!!!