Food Pantry Needs
- Boxed cereal
- Rice mixes
- Soups, stew, chili
- Ravioli or SpaghettiOs
- Spaghetti sauce
- Peanut butter
- Ziplock bags (Gallon and Quart)
- Canned fruit
- Jams and jelly (other than grape)
- Instant potatoes
- Canned chicken, tuna & ham
- Boxed dinner mixes (Helper Meals)
- Beans (kidney, pinto, Great Northern)
- Grocery bags (paper, plastic or reusable)
Bolded items show the critical needs
Please note that we can not accept medications of any kind, baby formula or furniture.
- Toilet paper
- Paper towels
- Razors, shaving cream
- Lip balm
- Feminine products
- Diapers and Pull-ups (all sizes but most in need of sizes 4,5 and 6)
- Shower Gel
- Laundry detergent
- Cleaning products
Ways You Can Help
Hold a Food Drive at your school, with your Girl Scout or Boy Scout troop, or in your neighborhood. Click here for tips on hosting your group's collection drive.
Celebrating a birthday? Ask your guests to bring gifts for the Pantry to share with those in need or fill a bag with birthday supplies: cake mix, icing, balloons, gift wrap and a small gift to leave at the Pantry for those who may not have the means to celebrate a birthday.
Donate school supplies and Payless Gift cards for our Back to School program.
Holiday food, turkeys and hams will help fill our Adopt-a-Family program needs.
Cash donations are very much appreciated!
Sign up for Kroger Community Rewards and select IPM as your charity to receive the rewards.
To donate food, seasonal clothing items or to volunteer to assist in the Choice Pantry, please call 561-3932. Office hours to receive donations: Monday-Thursday, 9:00-4:00 at the Newtown location and Wednesday-Friday, 9:00 to 3:00 at the Amelia location.
Or, to make a financial donation, please click this link: DONATE NOW!