APRIL 13, 2021 -FOOD PANTRY REPORT
St. Martin’s Food Pantry wants to thank all of the individuals, churches and businesses who have donated to the Pantry during the Pandemic. The Pantry would not be able to serve the increased number of clients without their support.
Students from Good Counsel High School, Rockville High School, Magruder High School, Watkins Mill High School, Connelly School of the Holy Child, and Oakcrest School helped at the Food Pantry. In addition, Cub Scout Pack 1199 (Germantown) helped sort donations.
During the past week, we provided support to St. Jude’s, St. John Neumann’s and Epworth United Methodist food pantries. Donations were received from: Sunrise at Fox Hill (Bethesda), St. Bartholomew, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Martin’s parish and School, St. Raphael, Leisure Neighbors, Montgomery County Council 2323 Knights of Columbus, Gaithersburg Costco, Germantown Lancaster Dutch Market (delivered by team from Mother Seton parish), Great Harvest (Rockville), Rockville Trader Joe’s (delivered by Celestial Manna), Spring Mill Bread Co., Giant Food (Travilah), Bagel Towne (Travilah), Pepperidge Farm, Panera (Germantown), White Flint Whole Foods Market (delivered by Loving Care) and Harris Teeter (Rockville).
The Pantry serves clients from Gaithersburg, Germantown, Damascus, Wheaton, Potomac, Rockville, Olney, Aspen Hill, and Silver Spring.
On April 12, the Food Pantry served 245 clients. We provided diapers and baby formula/food to 107 clients. At this time the Pantry is well stocked with most canned goods, Ramen, pasta and cereal.
Current needs: Similac Blue Formula, baby food, PediaSure, Ensure, adult diapers size M/L, canned fruit, peanut butter/jelly. Brown paper bags are always welcome.
Tom Hill - Interim Coordinator