Ardmore Food Pantry--Neighbor Helping Neighbor

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The Ardmore Food Pantry began as the St. Mary's Episcopal Church emergency food cupboard. As a result of the weakening economy, there was more demand, and the Ardmore Food Pantry officially opened on 10/5/09. It is located in St. Mary's parish hall (36 Ardmore Ave.) and staffed by community volunteers.

Contact ArdmoreFoodPantry@verizon.net or 610-649-1845.

Hours of operation are Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30-11:30 am, and Thursdays from 6-8 pm.

5 easy things you can do...
1) Donate canned and boxed food items (check expiration dates--no expired items).
2) Contribute to the Spare Change Spares Hunger Initiative.
3) Organize a food drive.
4) Volunteer your time to distribute food.
5) Use GoodSearch.com to search the web and designate the Ardmore Food Pantry as your charitable organization.

Suggested Shopping List:
cold cereal(Raisin bran, Cheerios, Corn Bran, Rice Krispies or store equivalents only), instant oatmeal, granola bars, breakfast bars, pasta(all shapes), pasta sauce, jelly, peanut butter, mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, saltine crackers only, mac & cheese (boxed, no single serving containers), canned beans (kidney, black, and baked only),canned mixed vegetables (mixed only, regular and low salt), canned fruit, apple sauce, coffee (reg & decaf), tea bags (reg & decaf/herb), instant hot chocolate (fall/winter only), instant sugar-free juice mix (eg, Crystal Light or store brand equivalent), rice (1-2 lb packages), canned meals (hash,chili,pasta,spam etc.), canned tuna/chicken, $10 supermarket gift cards

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