Pantry 279 loves all of our supporters. Every person and organization that gives of their time, money and resources are essential in helping us feed our community. While we couldn’t survive without the dedication and help of all of our supports, some have gone above and beyond and shown us what it is to be part of the heart of our community.
Trinity Lutheran Church provides us with our space and utilities
which is literally the foundation of all we do to serve our
Chad’s Auto Repair and Towing not only keep our van running
smoothly, they volunteer in person too!
The pantry is on city sewer which deprives the pantry the
pleasure of their service. This doesn’t deter Hardin Septic and
they have been a long time generous supporter.
Have you seen what spring mud, winter slush and
everyday dirt do to a our van? Probably not, because
TKS Auto Detailing keeps the pantry van looking shiny
Capital Realty is a staunch supporter that has always been
swift to aid us when we are in need. Their managing broker,
Carole Damon, is an amazing super woman.
Crossroads United Methodist Church has been there for us since
almost the very beginning. Faithfully sending food and donations
The Elletsville Christian Church has been a long time supporter
providing us with donations and volunteers.
Not only does the Zion Church of the Nazarne make donations
every month. But at a moments notice will send a large
group of hard working supportive volunteers.
The Ellettesville Seventh Day Adventist Church has been a
wonderfully supportive chuch with bountiful donations and
Maple Grove Christian Church is a reliable supporter has
been a champion of our Thanksgiving meal boxes from the
The Edgewood Richard Bean Blossom Community Schools from
the primary grades through to the high school have been
huge supporters since day one. Which isn’t surprising
considering that Pantry 279 was founded by a group of
girls from Edgewood Jr High.