ProJeCt’s Food Pantry has been a community cornerstone for over 30 years.

ProJeCt’s Food Pantry has been a community cornerstone for over 30 years. The pantry aims to reduce food insecurity and increase food knowledge by providing high-quality, nutrient-dense food to low-income, at-risk adults, children, and seniors. The Food Pantry is located at 330 Ferry Street.

We also incorporate learning opportunities for our clients, including how to prepare the food they receive, how to integrate fresh fruit and vegetables into their diet, and how to accommodate allergies, diet restrictions, and more.

Group of adults giving out food.
Group of adults in a food pantry.

The Pantry is set up as a Full Choice Pantry, which is defined as one in which “participants may choose the food they can use, know how to cook with, and want.” This cuts down on food waste and allows our trained volunteers and Food Pantry Coordinator to work one-on-one with clients to help them choose food that’s right for their family and better preserves the clients’ dignity.

In addition, we provide fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the year through partnerships with local farms and our own Community Garden, as well as much-needed personal care items such as soap, feminine hygiene products, and more.

​The Food Pantry is open to the public on:
Mondays from 10 am - 12:15 pm
Thursdays from 10 am - 12:15 pm & 1 pm - 3:15 pm

What to bring: Photo ID and proof of Northampton County residency are required for each visit. Bring grocery bags if you have them! Please arrive 15 minutes before closing to ensure you get served.​

The Food Pantry graciously accepts donations of nonperishable food items every Tuesday from 8:30 AM-2:00 PM.

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