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Food Donations

The House of Neighborly Service Food Program is the number one service we provide. HNS is grateful for the generous donations of food and clothing that we receive from the community.

Food donations are accepted Monday-Thursday, 9:00-3:30; the first Thursday of the month, Noon - 6:30.

The food staples that are needed most include:

Staple items for food baskets:
Peanut butter
Canned fruits & vegetables
Pasta & tomato sauce

Flour/pancake/muffin mixes

For homeless baskets:
Canned meat, especially pop-top
Fruit/applesauce cups
Nutritious snacks (dried fruit, granola bars, etc.)

Toiletry items:
Laundry & dish detergents
Toilet paper/tissues/paper towels
Feminine hygiene items
Soap/body wash

Additionally, the HNS food pantry also accepts: 

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables, including garden produce
  • Hams/turkeys and any fixings for holiday baskets in November/December
  • Baby items such as diapers, wipes, hygiene items, baby food/formula
  • Cat and dog food

Clothing Donations

Clothing donations are accepted on Thursdays from 1:00-3:30.

The HNS clothing closet accepts gently used clothing items for men, women and children.  

Organize a Drive

Organized food and clothing drives for House of Neighborly Service are an invaluable resource supporting the Food and Clothing Programs. You can have fun and make a big impact by holding a food and clothing drive to benefit HNS.  It can be a great way to get your family, neighbors, co-workers, and friends involved in something that gives right back to people in our community. 

Any of the recommended items listed for the food and clothing pantry are very much appreciated.

"Love your neighbor as yourself."

For more information, please contact Erin, our Food Program Manager, or Alma, our Clothing Program Manager, at (970) 667-4939 and they will provide you with all the tools necessary to create your own special event.

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