We accept food donations all year long. Food may be dropped off at the Food Cupboard (329 Center Street, Bloomsburg. PA 17815) Tuesdays, 9am-2:15pm, and Sundays, 8:30am-10am. There are also drop-off boxes outside the Food Cupboard and at the rectory entrance to St. Columba Church. You can call 570-784-0801 with any other questions. Or, you can donate now using PayPal in the form below.
For a list of items we give away, check out our What We Give page.
Monetary donations help us buy fresh produce and fill the gaps to provide consistent, nutritious food to our families.
Checks can be made out to "Bloomsburg Food Cupboard" and sent to 342 Iron Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1824 or use our PayPal donation method (scroll down).
Besides PayPal, you can also use AmazonSmile to make a donation. Just CLICK HERE https://smile.amazon.com/ch/86-3018888 and accept our thank you for your generosity.
The Bloomsburg Food Cupboard is a 501c3 (tax-exempt) nonprofit organization. Your generous donations to the Food Cupboard are tax-deductible.
The Bloomsburg Food Cupboard offers nutritious foods to anyone in our service area who requests help. Your donation will help serve this cause twice a week when we open our doors to our clients.
"What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others is immortal."
We serve families in Bloomsburg, Central Columbia, Southern, Millville and Benton School Districts.
Families choose a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables along with other perishable and nonperishable foods.
See our events throughout the year and upcoming food drives. RIght now you can help by donating food in our bin at 329 Center Street.
See how we are serving our community through weekly food giveaways and other programs.
We've been helping families since 1996. We've learned some lessons and made some friends along the way.
Learn about how you can volunteer with us!
Volunteers are the reason we can do all we do for our clients and community. Thank you again Giant Employees for all your help outside and inside on May 17.
Volunteer Tim Pelton shares his Christmas spirit with our food cupboard clients and other volunteers on the Tuesday before the holiday. Santa even had his photos taken with many believers.
Five volunteer employees of Bloomsburg's Giant Market shared their time at the Bloomsburg Food Cupboard. Every helping hand is a blessing.
Employees of the Bloomsburg Home Depot volunteered time on a Tuesday with our distribution program. Then, through the efforts of their corporate Operation Surprise, they donated $1,000 to the Bloomsburg Food Cupboard.
Volunteers from the Bloomsburg Giant Market were a giant help on a cold day. Thank you for all you do and all you did on Tuesday.