Find A Pantry In Your Neighborhood
If you earn an income that is 150 percent of the federal poverty level, or are experiencing an emergency such as a fire or job loss, we can help. Using just your zip code, our digital locator tool helps you find a pantry near you. A chart of income guidelines for using our pantry network is located below.
Family Life Ministries Food Pantry Cogop
Residents of Butler Twp., Oakland Twp., and Center Twp. are welcome to attend the Family Life Ministry Church of God of Prophecy Food Distribution on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM, 932 Mercer Road, Butler, PA 16001. Contact Barb for more information. Phone: 724-285-5572 or 724-496-8392.
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Cabot United Methodist Church Food Bank
Residents of Buffalo Twp., Winfield Twp., Clearfield Twp,, and Saxonburg Boro are welcome to attend the monthly food distribution at Cabot United Methodist Church, which is at the former Winfield Elementary School, 707 Winfield Rd., Cabot, PA 16023. The food cupboard is open the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Contact Sue or Beverly for more information. Phone: 724-352-2074. Website: www.cabotumc.org
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Mount Chestnut Food Cupboard
Residents of Franklin Twp, S. Brady Twp., and Prospect Boro may pick up pre-packaged meals at the Food Cupboard at Mount Chestnut Presbyterian Church, 727 W. Old Route 422, Butler PA 16001, on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. For more information, please contact Bev Mortimer. Phone: 724-287-7601 Email:
Food Distribution Dates Announced
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank has scheduled food distributions from 11 AM to 1 PM on Tuesdays, Oct. 27, Nov. 24 and Dec. 22, all at Lernerville Speedway, 313 N. Pike Road, Sarver, PA 16055.
Participants must complete a reservation form at www.pittsburghfoodbank.org/drive-up or by calling 412-460-3663 ext. 655. You will need to provide your name, zip code, email address, current weekly income and license plate number for the car picking up food.
If you or someone you know someone needs help with food, visit the Food Banks website at www.pittsburghfoodbank.org or call 412-460-3663.
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Feed My Sheep Food Pantry
Residents of Mercer Twp., Slippery Rock Twp., Worth Twp., N. Brady Twp., Harrisville Boro, Slippery Rock Boro, and W. Liberty Boro are invited to the North Butler Feed My Sheep Food Pantry, 324 North Main Street, Slippery Rock, PA 16057 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM, and on Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Please contact Carol Lambert for more information. Phone: 724-421-5274 Email:
Beginning July 2, 2020, the following rules apply: indoor masks must be worn, one person per family may enter, only 2 people inside at a time.
Seniors Can Sign Up To Receive Food Every Month
The PA Senior Food Box Program serves individuals aged 60 and over with incomes of less than 130 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelinehelping to prevent vulnerable seniors from having to choose between food and other basic needs.
Please note: We observe Federal, State and Local COVID-19 regulations that limit crowd sizes and recommend social distancing. For this reason, all Food Bank-managed direct distribution programs operate as with people staying in their cars to limit person-to-person contact.
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Portersville Food & Fellowship For People
Residents of Portersville, Prospect, and Muddy Creek Twp., may attend a food distribution on the Wednesday of the first full week of each month at Portersville Food and Fellowship for People, 228 E. Portersville Road., Portersville, PA 16051. Drive-through distribution is from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM, with personal appointments as needed. For more information, contact Cyndi Burns, 724-368-9532, or Patti Ireland, 724-865-0133.
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Assisting Our Neighbors In Need
According to the latest Household Food Insecurity in the United States report, more than 35 million people in the United States experienced hunger in 2019. The Greater Pittsburgh area has a 12.3% food insecurity rate, representing more than 300,000 people who are in danger of going hungry. The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Banks 11-county service area distributed enough food to provide 35.5 million meals in 2020. Headquartered in Duquesne, the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank distributes food through its network of 365 independent Member Agencies and Partner Distribution Organizations. Popular Pittsburgh interviewed Beth Snyder, Public Relations Coordinator for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, to learn more about our neighbors in need and the work the food bank and its affiliates do to assist them.
For more information on the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, visit the website at: www.pittsburghfoodbank.org
Learn about more charities that support Pittsburghers here.
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Petroleum Valley Food Cupboard
Residents of Donegal, Fairview, Allegheny and Parker townships are welcome to attend the food distribution on the third Friday of each month, 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM, at Fairview United Methodist Church, 120 Chestnut Street, Petrolia, PA 16050. Attendees must call Pastor John at the beginning of each month to schedule: 412-992-6610.
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Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Deals With Rising Costs Due To Inflation
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank deals with rising costs due to inflation
DUQUESNE, Pa. When you drive up to the gas pump and you see the price tag, your first thought may be inflation, but those climbing numbers have a domino effect, leaving more people needing help.
Its just kind of the way it is. It is what it is, said Marc Hedge.
Thats Hedges response when we asked him about inflation and where hes feeling the pain.
In all honesty, a little bit of groceries, Hedge said.
While hes hopeful that prices will level out soon, others are in need of help now.
Due to inflation, rising food prices, rising gas prices we are seeing across the board an increase of folks, said Chris West with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
West told Channel 11 that in the last few weeks, the food bank has received more than 100 calls daily. He said that for a nonprofit that survives off donations, it is feeling the effects of inflation too.
It does affect us too. We purchase a good amount of our food so we are paying higher prices to have food here, West said.
West said thats not stopping them. He wants the public to know that the food bank is willing to help and it doesnt have to be just with a box of food.
We have SNAP and food stamps, which we can do the application right over the phone. With that people get an EBT card and shop or online and shop for the food thats right for them and their families, West said.
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Tax Filings And Audits By Year
If this organization has filed an amended return, it may not be reflected in the data below. Duplicated download links may be due to resubmissions or amendments to an organization’s original return.
Nonprofit organizations that spend $750,000 or more in Federal grant money in a fiscal year are required to submit an audit covering their finances and compliance. Some of these are program specific, while others, called single audits, look at the entire organization. Nonprofit Explorer has PDFs of these audits for some nonprofits for fiscal year 2015 and later. Theyre provided by the Federal Audit Clearinghouse.
The Internal Revenue Service is substantially delayed in processing and releasing nonprofit filings, so documents available here may not be the most recent an organization has filed. ProPublica posts new tax forms as they are released by the IRS.
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Volunteers Are The Heart Of Our Mission To Feed People In Need
From food sorting and building healthy food boxes for seniors to harvesting at The Farm, we need your help.
Last year, more than 4,760 volunteers joined the Food Bank family, sharing 40,000+ hours of their time. With a variety of ways to help, you or your group are sure to find an opportunity that fits your schedule and interests. Please click the corresponding button below to get started on scheduling an opportunity.
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Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
- Address1 N Linden StreetDuquesne, PA 15110
- HoursPlease call or visit website for hours of operation.
- Fees:Please contact provider for fee information.
- Application Process:Call or visit website for additional information.
- Eligibility Requirements:Please call service provider or visit website to learn more about eligibility requirements.
- Payment/Insurance Accepted:Please contact provider for accepted forms of payment.
- ADA Access:Please contact facility for accessibility information.
Tell us about the person youre helping:
- Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff.
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Moniteau Area Food Pantry
Residents of Moniteau School District are invited to attend the Moniteau Area Food Pantry at Concord Presbyterian Church, 673 Hooker Road, West Sunbury, PA 16061, every Thursday from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM. The Food Pantry asks you to call on the Monday or Tuesday before a new month starts to notify them of your plan to use the Food Pantry for the coming month. For more information, call Wendy Hazlet. Phone: 724-894-2338
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Evans City Food Cupboard
Residents of Forward Twp., Meridian, Connoquenessing, Renfrew, Callery, Evans City Boro, and Penn Twp. are welcome to attend the Evans City Food Cupboard at St. Peters Lutheran Church, 202 Van Buren Street, Evans City, PA 16033, on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Attendees must call Marilyn McElhinney prior to distribution to register. Phone: 724-538-0542
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Over the summer, the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank resumed walk-in food distribution events.
This comes after the COVID-19 pandemic forced food distributions to go to a drive-up style, where volunteers and National Guard troops would place pre-packaged boxes in peoples trunks. It was a socially-distanced way to quickly get food to families, at a time when many found themselves in need.
It was easy to just put the boxes in the car, but it really limits the choices that customers are seeing, said Rachel Martone, the Foodbanks Distribution Coordinator.
She often works at the walk-in distributions, which happen several times a month.
A lot of folks are really happy to be back, she said. They are folks who came to these distributions pre-pandemic.
The walk-ins historically have been in more urban areas, which dont have the space for the cars that come with drive-up events.
To be clear, the drive-up events are staying as well. The Foodbank has a list of times and dates for both types of locations, in Allegheny County and beyond, on its website. The next event is a walk-up site at Schenley Plaza in Oakland on Wednesday, Sept. 7, from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
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Loaves And Fishes Food Cupboard
Currently Not Accepting New Clients Residents of South Summit Twp., Jefferson Twp., and Saxonburg are invited to attend the Loaves and Fishes Food Distribution provided by Summit United Presbyterian Church on the last Saturday of each month at 10:00 AM. . Trunk distribution is at the CCO Building, the former Jefferson Elementary School, 650 Saxonburg Rd., Butler, PA 16002. For more information, please contact Dorothy Steighner or Kay Foertch. Phone: 724-287-2378 Website: www.summitchurchpa.org