We serve fresh and canned fruits and vegetables depending on season and availability. Sometimes we even have demonstrations on how to prepare unique items.
These are primarily canned foods that can be "heated and eated."
Canned soups, canned pastas, canned legumes, etc.
All kinds of pasta and rice are popular, including flavored packets. And, of course, good ol' mac and cheese.
Both cold and hot. We try to stick to the healthy stuff, but some of that sugary deliciousness sneaks in once in a while. Oatmeal, ready-to-eat cereal, and even pancake mix.
We get bread and bagels donated each week from local businesses. We slice them and package them so our clients can eat them easily.
Potatoes are another one of our staples. Some of these are grown at Wesley United Methodist's potato patch, and others are purchased.
We rebag donated pierogies and hand them out as we have them. Onions are available too... all you need is the butter!
We receive frozen meats from local grocery stores. Venison, donated through Hunters Share the Harvest, and processed by Gensemer's Processing, is also popular. Families can receive meat once a month.
Each month, a family may get a dozen eggs, purchased from a local poultry operation.
Also available once a month, peanut butter is chosen by many families. Much of the peanut butter we give is collected during the Bloomsburg Rotary's annual peanut butter drive in February.
We offer a choice of frozen fish, canned tuna and meats and spaghetti sauce as an option for families.
We have a section of the line that changes week to week. This includes miscellaneous items such as condiments, baking products, crackers, and more.