Community Services Agency distributes over a ton of food each work day to low income individuals and families, minimizing their food insecurity. Our food pantry expands limited budgets so people can afford to pay for unexpected medical needs and/or car repairs while still being able to pay for the basics (school supplies, transportation to a job, rent, and utilities).
Food & Nutrition Center
Nearly one in five Americans did not have enough money at some point in the past year to pay for food.
For Those Looking To Donate Food
We are in need of healthy and nutritious items, especially the following:
high-protein food (canned tuna, canned salmon, canned chicken or shelf-stable milk).
boxes of cereal, oatmeal, pop-top canned food items (fruits, vegetables, meat, etc.), pop-top fruits, vegetables, flour, oil, condiments, salad dressings, and so on.
Please contact [email protected] with questions about food donations.
Due to health and safety considerations, we can only accept non-perishable, unopened food. We regret that we are not able to accept unopened food left over from parties or events (e.g., cakes, sandwiches, salads, etc.).
To arrange a food drive or food drop-off, please contact us via our Contact Form.
Food & Nutrition Center Hours of Operation
Our hours of operation are subject to change in response to the COVID-19 situation. Effective March 2022, the Food & Nutrition Center will be implementing the following hours of operation:
Monday 2:00 – 4:00pm
Thursday 11:30am – 1:30pm
Friday 2:00 – 4:00pm
The Food and Nutrition Center focuses on giving our clients a choice of quality nutritious groceries. Our onsite distributions are inside the pantry. Please note that clients are required to wear a mask when picking up food. CSA clients will be asked to present their CSA card and a photo ID at check-in.