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We offer healthy, nutritious food in a grocery store-like environment. Families select over 70 pounds of fruit, vegetables, meat, and canned goods each visit.
A creative approach to simultaneously address food waste and food insecurity, the Surplus Project turns extra cafeteria food into meals for those in need.
Our Social Service Coordinator helps people apply for public benefits, including SNAP and Benefits Access.
We offer on-site Nutrition Education sessions while visitors to our Food Pantry wait to shop that helps people create healthy, thrifty meals.
Our cooking classes equip participants with the knowledge and skills to prepare healthy meals on a limited budget.
We provide meals and snacks to kids when they are most at risk of going hungry.
Our Home Delivery program gets food to homebound seniors and those with disabilities.