The Huntington Food Pantry, located in the lower level of Pioneer Valley Assembly of God, provides food to the residents of Huntington and the many hilltowns that surround it. This is a choice pantry, meaning that the pantry’s clients are able to choose what foods they bring home to their households, therefore helping to meet their family’s needs in an impactful way. Income eligible residents are able to choose from an array of shelf stable pantry items, fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy, bakery items and meats. They can come to the pantry each week or as often as they need, there is no limit to access.
Our friendly staff greets each visitor, and guides them through the pantry as they get their groceries. We also offer wraparound services to help connect them with organizations that can provide other types of assistance.
The pantry is open Thursdays from 9-11:30am and 2-4:30pm. We are always looking for volunteers to help serve our clients, and food and monetary donations are welcome any time of year.
HOW CAN I HELP THE HUNTINGTON FOOD PANTRY?
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