Free Choice Food Pantry

Our Free Choice Food Pantry enables adults to choose about four days' worth of food for their families.  Nutritional guidelines are suggested and assistance is provided.  We are a member of the Feeding America Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeast North Carolina.  We also partner with Food Lion to receive dated but still good food to supplement our donated food.


Food Pantry Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
10 a.m. until 12 noon (except in cases of emergency)
910-738-5204
Here are a few ways you can help us feed our hungry neighbors.
 
  1. You may organize a food drive at your church, work or club using the Suggested Food of the Month table at right.
  2. You may register your Food Lion MVP card using the information on the Healthy Food Lion MVP flyer below. Call or come by and let Jo Anne register your card for you online. The Free Choice Food Pantry receives part of the savings you receive when using your MVP card at Food Lion. Visit www.foodlionmvprewards.com to register your card and learn more about how Food Lion partners with us and you to help others in our community.
  3. You may register your Piggly Wiggly eScript Community Card so that for every $1 you spend, Piggly Wiggly will contribute up to 3% of your purchase amount. Visit Piggly Wiggly and request a Piggly Wiggly eScript Community Card then activate your card by calling 1-800-931-6258 or visit www.escrip.com/pigglywiggly.jsp to register. You will need our ID#163818604. Make a difference in your community with Piggly Wiggly.

 

SUGGESTED FOOD OF THE MONTH
  
 
    MONTH    ITEMS SUGGESTED   
 
January    
 
sweet peas, cereal & dry milk
 
   
February 

any type of pasta, boxed meals
 
   
March
 
rice, grits, peanut butter and jelly
 
 
 April 
 
canned meat and fruit, fresh produce
 
 
May
peanut butter & jelly, macaroni &  cheese, fresh produce  
 
June
cereal, powdered milk, canned vegetables, fresh produce  
   
July
 
canned meat and fruit, fresh produce
 
   
August
boxed meals, any type of pasta, fresh produce   
 
September 
rice, dried beans, peanut butter &  jelly, fresh produce  
 
October
 
any type of pasta, sweet peas and dried beans, fresh produce
 
   
November 
macaroni & cheese, rice, grits  
   
December 
canned vegetables and fruit  
 
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Robeson County Church and Community Center,
Jul 25, 2012, 6:17 PM
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