April 30, 2022

Project Concern, your neighborhood emergency Food Pantry, clothing bank and resource center, is happy to announce that we will be opening our doors to welcome families inside once again, as we always used to be able to do!  Starting Monday, May 2nd, all families will park outside (not in the loading zone directly in front of our door) and come downstairs. Please grab a shopping cart if you are here to get food and then wait in line to be greeted and checked in.

Please note that when we re-open for families to come into the pantry, there will be certain restrictions/logistics we’ll need to put in place to help ensure the safety of everyone. Please continue to check our website and our Facebook page for updated information or feel free to call during pantry hours.

  • **We are only accepting the following thrift-store donations until further notice:  New and like-new spring clothing, shoes, coats, new socks, blankets, towels, sheets & linens
  • **All other thrift-store donations are unable to be taken until further notice (Sorry for the inconvenience.)
  • We are also no longer accepting plastic grocery bags, as we have more than ample supply on hand.
  • New and existing food pantry patrons must bring either a valid photo ID for the head of the household (as listed on our file) or a recent piece of mail with the name and address of the head of the household.
  • As we work through reimplementing our processes, at peak busy times we reserve the right to ask our patrons to complete their shopping in a timely fashion to help avoid overcrowding and long waits.  Thank you for your patience!
  • We are still maintaining our standard business hours – no changes.
  • We still have plenty of food and continue to accept food donations (nothing home-made please…).
  • We still gratefully accept financial support.

Please continue to check our website and our Facebook page for updated information, or feel free to call during pantry hours.