F.E.A.S.T. Food Pantry
2255 Nebraska Ave., Palm Harbor, Fl 34683

Phone: 727-789-5275 
Email: feast4food@verizon.net


 Donations and Needs
Help! In March, we ask our contributors to donate in order to receive matching funds from a grant through the Feinstein fund. We will not receive the matching funds this year. We NEED your help to make up the shortfall. 

A special shout out to the people of Lockheed Martin for their recent drive at the end of February. At this time of year, their donations are doubly needed. 

Coming in May: The Letter Carriers food drive on the Saturday before Mother's Day!

Your generosity  helps  feed over 2,900 families each month.   Here's how you  help: 
  • Direct donations of nonperishable food
  • Cash donations. monthly or as able
  • FEAST remembered in estate planning.
  • Neighborhood or group food drives.
  • Corporate giving.   
  • Support of Letter Carrier and Scout food drives.

Remember: Over 95% of all donated funds go directly to feed the families we support each month.

Send a checks or money order to
FEAST :

2255 Nebraska Avenue,
Palm Harbor, FL 34683. 

(Located next to Grace Community Church, FEAST is in the modular building to the left of the drive. )


FEAST always needs the following:

(In front of FEAST is a drop off box for nonperishable foods.) 
  • Peanut butter, jelly
  • Pasta &  pasta sauce
  • Tuna, canned chicken and ham
  • Canned vegetables & fruit
  • Jell-o & pudding
  • Rice, Rice-a-Roni, Hamburger Helper
  • Cereal
  • Canned & dried beans
  • Powdered milk
  • Juice

     

                       Annual Community Food Drives

The U.S. Post Office Letter Carriers and Palm Harbor postal workers hold an annual food drive from local homes. Over 100 volunteers meet at Curlew United Methodist Church and sort the food. This generosity results in over 30 tons of food for FEAST.  These are some pictures of  the  2014 event.



 
Curlew United Methodist Church volunteers  host and help store food..

Donated food delivered by the Palm Harbor Post Office and postal workers.
Volunteers sort  food to be stored for distribution


Food is stored in a warehouse  provided by Curlew United Methodist Church. 

In the fall, local boy scout and cub scout troops collect food around the area and deliver it to FEAST and help sort. Local high school teams help unload and pack the food. The Fran Haasch law firm along with husband Rhett delivered over 6,000 pounds of food this fall.

We want to thank these partners who helped make this year's drives so successful!
  • Curlew United Methodist Church
  • United States Post Office-Palm Harbor
  • Publix Supermarkets
  • Boars Head Meats
  • The Boy Scouts of America
  • Fran Haasch Law Offices





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