Clients in need who visit the cupboard are asked to show proof of residency when registering.  Must live in Chester County portion of Twin Valley School District.  This also includes the Indian Run Community.

The Emergency Food Assistance Program is operated in accordance with United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.  Eligibility is based upon the income guidelines listed below.  The recipient circles the entire line that applies to their Household Size, understanding they must be at, or below, the income level indicated to be eligible for program benefits.


Each client receives meat items, dairy products such as milk, eggs and cheese, and a box of non-perishables, including peanut butter, pasta sauce, cereal, and soup. Bread, pastries and produce are also provided. The average weight is 35-40 pounds of food.


Our Distribution Days are:

The 2nd Wednesday of the month (10:00AM-1:00PM)

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


  1. Please pass the word about the HB Food Pantry….we still run into folks who don’t know about it!  Better yet, bring a friend here to show them how friendly and helpful we are!  If you can bring a neighbor who lacks transportation, please do - - transportation is a big issue in HB.

  2. Use the pantry even in your “good” earnings months.  Put extra earnings into an “emergency fund” that will help you in rough times.

  3. For Your Pets:  The ChesCo Mobile Pet Food Pantry operates at, Minquas Fire Dept., 141 Wallace Ave, Downingtown, on the 3rd Sat of each month, 11 am to 1 pm (weather permitting).  See http://animalhouseproject.org/about-us.html or call (484) 558-0467, for more info, or about other locations & services, including veterinary programs. They’re on Facebook too!


One of the services offered at the HB Food Pantry is employment assistance. Information is available at each distribution about local job fairs and job recruitment events at CareerLink in Exton. Other available services include assistance with resumes and/or cover letters. If interested in assistance with job searching, please call the pantry: 610 273-6102.

Virtual /Remote Services Available During COVID-19


Virtual Workshop Offerings


The PA CareerLink Chester County is currently offering a number of different workshop opportunities to Job Seekers online through Canvas.


Current workshop opportunities available include:


Crafting a Marketable Resume:

This workshop is designed to give you all the tips and strategies that you would need to design a resume that represents you at your very best. Whether you have never created one before or you are looking to update, this workshop can help.


Creating an Effective Cover Letter:

This workshop will explain how employers use cover letters in the hiring process, share best practices, and identify cover letter writing errors to avoid.


Interviewing Workshop Series:

The Interviewing Workshop Series includes Interviewing Basics, The S. T. A. R. Method, and Panel Interviewing. These workshops are designed to prepare you for your next job interview. Craft your 30 second elevator speech and learn how to conduct targeted research to prepare for interviews. Whether you have been on a job interview recently, or are going on your first job interview, these workshops will help you to prepare.


If you have an interest in any of these workshops, please contact Graham Desmond directly at (610) 280-1031 or gdesmond@edsisolutions.com



More Resources


Additional resources for job seekers and employers can be found on the PA Career Link website and can be accessed remotely. They have also included a Menu of Services that details what services are available and how to access them.

Additional resources include:


·     New Job Postings

·     Hot Job Leads

·     UC Info & UC FAQ's

·     COVID-19 Information

·     2-1-1 Information

·     How to Apply for Medical/Cash/SNAP benefit

·     Food Cupboard information

·     Employer Resources

·     and much more!

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Here is our list of handy phone numbers and links:

  • (610)942-4039 - - Heart In Hands Community Center: many programs for kids and teens, including summer programs

  • (877)918-2100 - - 24/7 Emotional Support

  • (610)280-1010 - - Career Link http://www.pacareerlinkchesco.org/ help in job hunting

  • (610)521-8770 - - Apply for FREE weatherization - - start now for savings next winter!

  • (877)395-8930 - -  Review your overall benefits and ask your questions to PA Dept of Human Services (formerly Dept. of Public Welfare) by calling the Statewide Customer service.   Also, https://www.compass.state.pa.us/Compass - - Run the “do I qualify” program to see what benefits you could apply for.

  • Call 2-1-1  - - Facing possible homelessness? Call the 2-1-1 call center for help.  See the flyer in English and Spanish.

  • (888)232-6302 - - PPL Energy Assistance Programs  

  • (610)647-4940 - - Home of the Sparrow, for women facing homelessness. 

  • (610)431-3598 - - Friends Association, for families w/ children facing homelessness. 

  • (610)273-2848 - - free community dinner at the HB Presbyterian Church, 1st Thursdays.

  • (877)429-5994 - - Legal Aid of SE PA, free legal advice, M-F, 9am-1pm.

Visit our cooking demo table at the next distribution!

There are plenty of good ideas for easy, healthy meals - stop by and pick up a free recipe!

Call Us:

Ken Ross: 610-291-0067

Donna Horvath: 610-633-9337

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Find Us:

Goods Food Distribution Center, Door #8

5064 Horseshoe Pike

Honey Brook, PA 19344

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