We appreciate donations of school supplies and after-school snacks this time of year. They may be dropped off at any of our drop-off locations
Thank you for the support this past month from Susan and Hans Ohanian, Charles Gluck and Darrilyn Peters, and the Shelburne Supermarket Coffee Bar. We appreciate your generosity!
We need your help. Compared to last year at this time, our cash donations are down $3,546—and last year was down 20 percent from the year before. We are a volunteer organization so all donations you make to the Food Shelf go directly for food or assistance to our local neighbors in need.
Please consider a donation to the Food Shelf during these post-holiday winter months. In past years the Food Shelf counted on the Feinstein Challenge to Fight Hunger to help us replenish our shelves and cash account, however this program has been suspended until further notice.
New Facebook page
Like us at our new Facebook page “Charlotte Community Food Shelf and Assistance” to see photos and get updates on all the Food Shelf activities.
The Food Shelf provided holiday baskets overflowing with food and gifts to 28 local families this season. This represents 115 community members, including 47 children.
We are a small, volunteer organization, and your donation dollars mean so much to our Charlotte community. All donations go directly for food and assistance to our neighbors in need. If you are a customer of yourfarmstand.com, you may make a donation to the Food Shelf as part of your online order.