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Providing our neighbors with essential ingredients to transform their lives.

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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:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10:00 am- 1:45 pm

Thursday: 6:00 pm- 7:45 pm

Quarterly Commodities

December 5th 9:00am – 3:30pm

*There will be no pantry hours (daytime or evening) on Thursday December 5th due to Quarterly Commodities.

Senior Commodities

November: There will be no Senior Commodities this month due to Thanksgiving.

December: Thursday 19th


4307 Kalamazoo Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49508

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Support Our Mission

#GivingTuesday is Deceber 3rd 

The Green Apple will provide assistance to over 2,000 families this holiday season. #GivingTuesday is an opportunity for you to help our neighbors. Your generous donations help fund our holiday programs.

Be the reason our neighbors give thanks this year!! Click link below to make a donation today.



Holiday Giving Network Information

The Green Apple is now accepting registrations for the Salvation Army Christmas Assistance and Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway. South East Kent County neighbors are eligible to sign up for one of the two holiday programs.

For program details and information please visit The Green Apple on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays 10am-1:45pm.

Reminder: Turkeys are distributed until Thursday November 21st. Christmas Assistance signups will also conclude on Thursday November 21st.




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From the Blog

FOX17 Food Fight Friday

Nov 20, 2019

Success Of Food Fight Friday

Food Fight Friday took place on October 25 at East Kentwood High School. This is our second year receiving generous donations from Food Fight Fridays organized by Fox 17 news.

Thank you to all students and staff who participated in this annual event. The East Kentwood High School Community collected over 3,000 pounds of food for The Green Apple. This was a friendly competition between local High Schools, but it is clearly a winning opportunity for our neighbors. Read full post