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10 hours ago
Pantry 279

Please take Note! Starting Saturday Jan. 29, our SATURDAY hours will change to being open 1-4. At this time we are thinking this is a permanent change. Please let people know of our hours change. Monday, Tues, and Wed will remain the same 3-6. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

Please take Note!  Starting Saturday Jan. 29, our SATURDAY hours will change to being open 1-4.  At this time we are thinking this is a permanent change.  Please let people know of our hours change.  Monday, Tues, and Wed will remain the same 3-6.  Thank you!
15 hours ago
Pantry 279

This is a big ask, but Roger's Group was kind enough in Dec to give us a load of gravel. IT NEEDS GRADED BADLY. I'm sure you all know the condition of our drive and now people are getting injured. If you can grade our drive PLEASE PLEASE come and do it at anytime!!! We will be so very thankful! ... See MoreSee Less

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Have someone call the store tomorrow. #bobcatofellettsville 812-287-8042. Talk to Laura Hughes . We may be able to help.

Christopher Hainey Jason D. Abram ? Idk if y’all could do it or may know someone who could 🀷🏼‍♀️

Angie Jacobs may know someone?

Randy Jacobs

Bobcat Of Ellettsville?

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2 days ago
Pantry 279

This is Erin. She is a talented, wonderful lady who partners with us thru Growing Opportunities and has started doing a video series on various things you can cook at home with what is in the week's boxes. Feel free to watch/share her videos. We hope you try some of these yummy ideas! ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago
Pantry 279

Many of you know her as "the Produce Lady", but Felicia is actually our Volunteer Coordinator. She is so much more than these 2 title though! Wearing many hats, she works thru all kinds of weather, usually in a lot of pain due to Lupus, Fibro, and a few other auto immunes. She never complains! As those of you know who suffer from these, there are good days and bad, and many in between. She keeps track of all the volunteers, helps us get new ones, is reaching out to groups to find more help, runs the outside, helps with inside when needed, and when I'm working on mountains of paperwork from home or in quarantine ( since I have a child still in school ), she takes over for me. Felicia and I first met as Uber drivers and then she came to help at pantry and fell in love with it, our mission, and everyone who comes to us. She LOVES Great Pyrenees, as you can see in the pic of a guest bringing theirs to visit today. She loves helping people and making sure everyone gets healthy nutritious Produce. She is always to whenever I need her with help, advice, or just an ear to listen to me vent. Make sure to tell her HI or bring her a Diet Coke ( another thing she loves ). Thank you Felicia for all of your hard work, even on bad days!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Well I know she's the bestest ever!!! It's a Felicia thing. Love you and miss being neighbors

She is an awesome lady! Thank you, Felicia, for all you do! God bless you and keep you in His loving care!πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

Love this lady. thank you for your dedication. keep up the amazing work Thank you

She is always so nice! Thank you Felicia for all you do to help our community.

Thank you Felicia and all the rest of your crew. You guys are are definitely angels here on earth. Bless you all. πŸ‘πŸ˜β€

LOVE YOU all so very much FELICIA thank you for your service, YOUR LAUGHTER , LOVE & SPIRIT πŸ˜ŠπŸ’«πŸ₯°πŸ’«πŸ₯° BIG LOVE GIRLFRIEND

Felicia is a special woman, to all who know her

Love Felicia! She was awesome to work with!

Thanks for all you do for the community we appreciate you so much❀️

I can't come. I am quarantined. See you next week❗

Thank you!

πŸ’•πŸ™πŸ’• God bless You all!

Thank you thank you thank you.

Felicia is the best. ❀️❀️

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5 days ago
Pantry 279

Thank you I.U. Women's Water Polo team who came out on this very cold day and helped us over at the pantry. We got a LOT done with your help!! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you I.U. Womens Water Polo team who came out on this very cold day and helped us over at the pantry.  We got a LOT done with your help!!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Yes!! A big thank you and look forward to seeing you again

Yes! Your team really helped a great deal!! Nice way to do an MLK Day of service at a place that really helps our community! Nice job women πŸ˜‰

That's awesome πŸ‘

What time is the food pantry open

Awesome

JUST THRILLING!!!!

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7 days ago
Pantry 279

We are OPEN Monday 1/17. Yes, It is Martin Luther King day, but we are OPEN! feel free to stop by and volunteer for a couple of hours or bring any food donations, as we do not have much. ... See MoreSee Less

We are OPEN Monday 1/17.  Yes, It is Martin Luther King day, but we are OPEN!  feel free to stop by and volunteer for a couple of hours or bring any food donations, as we do not have much.
1 week ago
Pantry 279

2020 was a year of forced growth and thru need, the knowledge that change needed to happen to meet what was needed in this community. It was a year when we realized how broken the system is and how much we, and others, were needed. This was the year on growing up.

2021 was a year of LEARNING. We tried several things, made many mistakes, changed things and got a little better every time. We learned things that we didn't know, corrected mistakes being made, and did every thing we could to work with a flawed system and how to tweek things to start a correction ( at least in our area ). We faced challenges, worked hard, endured physical and mental pain, cried A LOT, but became a better place and a closer family.

2022 is looking to be a year of CHANGES. We welcome a small staff, for the first time a couple of us are not just volunteers, thanks to grants. We welcome new partnerships with local organizations and a few businesses to bring in needed volunteers, hopefully on a regular basis. We prepare for expanded and new programing! There are MANY things in the works and I will be thrilled to share them as things solidify. 2022 will be a combination of all the other years combined, and we will need SO MUCH help, not just financial but in needing people's talents and time. It will be so very very exciting and bring about much needed help in our community and neighboring communities. I hope to count on everyone to accept the challenges as they immerge.

In the mean time, think on this, In a perfect world, what are some of the things you would like to see in us? Examples: A certain kind of food? A certain kind of service such as classes or additional types of things at pantry? Change of hours? More stories on Social media or informative posts as to what is happening at pantry? There is no promise that these will all happen, but we are very interested in seeing what YOU as our community, as our Pantry Family are wanting to have happen.
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2020 was a year of forced growth and thru need, the knowledge that change needed to happen to meet what was needed in this community.  It was a year when we realized how broken the system is and how much we, and others, were needed.  This was the year on growing up.      
   
2021 was a year of LEARNING.  We tried several things, made many mistakes, changed things and got a little better every time.  We learned things that we didnt know, corrected mistakes being made, and did every thing we could to work with a flawed system and how to tweek things to start a correction ( at least in our area ).  We faced challenges, worked hard, endured physical and mental pain, cried A LOT, but became a better place and a closer family.

2022 is looking to be a year of CHANGES.  We welcome a small staff, for the first time a couple of us are not just volunteers, thanks to grants.  We welcome new partnerships with local organizations and a few businesses to bring in needed volunteers, hopefully on a regular basis.  We prepare for expanded and new programing!  There are MANY things in the works and I will be thrilled to share them as things solidify.  2022 will be a combination of all the other years combined, and we will need SO MUCH help, not just financial but in needing peoples talents and time.  It will be so very very exciting and bring about much needed help in our community and neighboring communities.  I hope to count on everyone to accept the challenges as they immerge.

In the mean time,  think on this, In a perfect world, what are some of the things you would like to see in us?  Examples:  A certain kind of food?   A certain kind of service such as classes or additional types of things at pantry?  Change of hours?    More stories on Social media or informative posts as to what is happening at pantry?     There is no promise that these will all happen, but we are very interested in seeing what YOU as our community, as our Pantry Family are wanting to have happen.

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I wish you was a pantry Monroe County people who stacyplays disabled I'm not able to drive having some kind of a delivery service would be much appreciated for the ones who get out to go to the grocery store and get a wild things all at once

I think pantries should have what people eat instead of being given certain items not everyone eats the same thing due to allergies,health issues,diets etc ..maybe have a point system that starts off with 100 points a month ..each item is worth a certain amount of points ( example a can of tuna fish might be 3 to 5 points and a box of Mac n cheese might be 1 to 2 points ..).offer butter,shelf milk,etc because it's great to get Mac n cheese but you can't make if no butter or milk..if you give cereal give milk..if you give spaghetti noodles offer sauce and a bag of meatballs(right now they are cheaper then hamburger meat) ,if giving peanut butter and jelly offer bread or English muffins

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2 weeks ago
Pantry 279

We are seeking a volunteer that would be able to help haul cardboard away. It’s about a 1-1.5 hour job that needs to be done 1-2 times per week and would need a truck capable of pulling a trailer down to the recycling center on South 37. Anyone interested, please pm John Scheiwe for more details. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
Pantry 279

YES It's COLD, but we are back to normal hours at Pantry, so we are open today 3-6! Want to help? Bring Hot, sweet coffees, teas, Hot coco! Or even better stop by and help for an hour or 2! People still have to eat in the cold, so we are there, helping to make sure the community is fed! ... See MoreSee Less

YES  Its COLD, but we are back to normal hours at Pantry, so we are open today 3-6!  Want to help?  Bring Hot, sweet coffees, teas, Hot coco!  Or even better stop by and help for an hour or 2!  People still have to eat in the cold, so we are there, helping to make sure the community is fed!

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Hope everything goes well . Oh Sara I miss helping out in the kitchen when I think of all the soup meals we did before I moved away, I miss serving at ladies night out , that was a great time for all of us that got together . Take care talk soon again love to all

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