Hands cradling a green apple with a heart shapped bit missing.

Providing our neighbors with essential ingredients to transform their lives.

Illustration of a brown bag overflowing with groceries.

Food Pantry Hours

Are you in need of food for yourself or family? The Pantry can help. Learn more about our Food Assistance programs or contact us at 616-455-9411 or via email at info@thepantry.gr.

The Pantry is open:

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Thursday Evenings
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Location:

4150 Kalamazoo Ave. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49508

Illustration of groceries.

Donate by Shopping the Virtual Pantry

Would you like to see exactly how far your dollar can when supporting the Pantry? Donate through The Pantry’s virtual store by filling your cart with the food items our families need. Our partnership with Feeding America West Michigan allows us to purchase products at discounted bulk rates, stretching your dollar further and feeding more families. A donation of $25 can feed an entire family for one week. A $1 donation provides 10 pounds of fresh apples to those in need. A donation of $3.84 provides a case of 24 cans of vegetables.

SHOP THE VIRTUAL STORE

Apple icon from The Pantry logo.

From the Blog

A Look Back -2017

Jan 17, 2018

A lot of changes occurred in 2017 – from leadership changes to starting new programs!  Through the changes, The Pantry continued to serve approximately 1,000 households each month totallying around 30,000+ meals.

In 2017, The Pantry opened the Fresh Market that offers fresh vegetables and fruit at a reduced price to our community.  This new resource is through the help of United Way funding. The Pantry is working collaboratively with Access and 4 other pantries to provide more healthy food to our neighbors.

Through a partnership with the USDA and ASCET, a quarterly distribution of roughly 50 pounds of food was distributed to around 10,000 additional individuals. At the holidays, people received holiday meal groceries and gifts. Through the NOW Program, individuals with chronic illnesses received weekly education and support along with appropriate healthy groceries aimed specifically at maintaining their health and wellness. We also worked with ASCET to serve our senior neighbors living in neighboring senior apartments and in addition offered our seniors an opportunity to visit the pantry once a month through our Senior Pantry partnership.

We couldn’t have done this without the support of our individual and business donors and local churches!  We are so grateful for each and every donor!