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Pop-Up Food Pantry Every Tuesday, 10:30am until noon
Clinton Street between Montague and Pierrepont Streets

Join us in making a difference! Since its launch in June 2020, the St. Ann’s Pop-Up Food Pantry has been a beacon of hope, addressing hunger and the enduring effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our community. Operating every Tuesday morning from 10:30am to 12:00pm, our pantry serves an average of 95-100 households, feeding some 185-200 people weekly. Thanks to the generosity of parishioners, local businesses, and neighbors, we’ve been able to provide essential food items to those in need.

What sets us apart? We pride ourselves on offering fresh produce regularly, thanks to our partnership with Perelandra Natural Foods. Their consistent supply of high-quality fruits and vegetables, along with occasional frozen snacks, ensures nutritious options for our guests.

Thanks to grants from Episcopal Ministries of Long Island, we’re able to provide shelf-stable food items every week, complementing the fresh produce. This consistency, combined with the variety of donated fruits and vegetables, offers our shoppers a dependable experience.

Our partnerships extend beyond food provision. Collaborating with organizations like The Service Collective (TSC), we’ve welcomed volunteers who contribute to our pantry and engage young community members in meaningful service.

Located on Clinton St. at the intersection of Montague and Pierrepont Streets, our pantry enjoys high visibility, garnering increased support from passersby. We’re committed to fostering more relationships with neighbors and local businesses to ensure a steady supply of donations and meet specific needs.

Your support matters! Consider making a financial contribution or fulfilling our pantry needs through our Amazon wish list. Non-perishable food items can also be dropped off at 157 Montague Street, Monday through Friday, from 9am to 5pm.

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Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those facing food insecurity. Join us in our mission to nourish our community and spread hope.

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