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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Honey Brook Food Pantry provides a 3-4 day supply of various food items on a monthly basis to neighbors in need within the Honey Brook community. Our mission is to serve them with respect while empowering them toward food security and independence.

 

Our normal Distribution Days are:

The 2nd Wednesday of the month (10:00 am- 12:30 pm)

The 4th Wednesday of the month (4:00 pm - 6:30 pm)

See our Calendar of Events for each month's distribution dates.

 

Phone for Hours: 610-273-6102

Or click below  to view our Calendar of Events.

Located at Good Food Distribution Center, Door #8

5064 Horseshoe Pike

Honey Brook, PA 19344

Announcements

The Honey Brook Food Pantry is open for all normal distributions.  The distributions will be utilizing a drive-through format.  All clients are to remain in their vehicles.  You will be given instructions upon arrival.  Food Pantry volunteers will place all items in the vehicles and will maintain social distancing rules.

For those in need of assistance, make sure to check out our Getting Help page hereLots of phone numbers and helpful tips for those who need it.

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Pantry News from the Board Chairman

HONEY BROOK COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP MEMBERS.


WANTED TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PROVIDE A QUICK SUMMARY OF WHAT’S BEEN HAPPENING AT THE PANTRY LATELY. ALTHOUGH PRIMARY ACCESS FOR THE PEOPLE WE SERVE IS THROUGH OUR BI-WEEKLY MORNING AND EVENING DISTRIBUTIONS, WE ARE SERVING CLIENTS VIRTUALLY EVERY WEDNESDAY AND A VOICE MESSAGE SYSTEM ENABLES FOOD EMERGENCIES TO BE REPORTED 24/7. MOST ARE MET WITHIN 48 HOURS, EITHER ON SITE, THROUGH EMERGENCY DELIVERY OR A LOCAL GROCER. 610-273-6102

  • Opened in January 2014 and have registered nearly 1,800 unique families

  • Serving approximately 750 individuals per month…..as high as 1,050 during the early pandemic and we saw over 850 people in November this year

  • Eligible residents of Twin Valley School District (150% of Federal Poverty Level) receive
    approximately one week of food including Meat, Dairy, Fruit, Produce, Canned goods,
    Cereal, Peanut Butter, Detergent, Personal Items

  • Added December services include multiple toy and coat distributions and a complete Turkey Dinner (12/18)

  • Consistently see 250-300 children, over 150 seniors and deliver 40 home bound families
    per month

  • The two TVSD Elementary Schools have identified 60 + kids for the Backpack Program

  • As a result of a recent client survey of over 100 families, we have added a special diabetes food supplement program provided in the “Wellness Tent” along with diapers, nutritional supplements and education for infants and children under four

  • Employment assistance, job leads and benefit information is always provided

 

Regards,
Kenneth R Ross, Board Chair
610-291-0067

Honey Brook Food Pantry where donated food and financial support are always needed.

A non-profit 501(c) (3) organization I.D. 47-178665