The Sharing Center is stocked through a combination of government contributions, food reclamation programs, on-site and local gardens, grants, and directly from the caring individuals, businesses, church groups, youth groups, and civic organizations through food drives and charitable contributions. Without the support of the community, the Center could not meet the ever growing demand for services. Donations from the community keep the shelves stocked and the doors open.
Our Wish List:
Shampoo, Feminine Hygiene (tampons and pads), toothpaste, deodorant, toilet paper, hand/dish soap, and laundry detergent
Dry and canned for dogs, cats, etc.
Meat, milk, eggs, canned goods, peanut butter and jelly, tuna, beans (baked, dried or canned), garden vegetables and fruit, soup, and whole grain cereal and pasta
Baking supplies, cooking pots, plates, flat wear, small appliances, clean linens, blankets, sheets, egg cartons, and paper grocery bags