Mission Community Food Pantry
Who we are…
The Mission Community Food Pantry opened its doors in late October 2020 with the purpose of serving those in our local communities who face hunger and food insecurity. With the support of Trinity and the Mission community, we strive to make a difference in the lives of those who need our help. We serve with smiling hearts and welcoming arms.
We want to thank you for your generosity in supporting the pantry through your prayers, donations of food items, hygiene items, paper goods, and monetary donations. Every donation is truly appreciated. We also thank those who give their time as volunteers. We became a Harvesters partner in 2020 and are blessed with the support of this partnership. Like everyone else, we have dealt with supply chain issues and other challenges throughout 2022 but have seen God at work through all of this, providing just what we need to serve others.
Families Served in 2021
Families Served in 2022
Increase from 2021 to 2022
Unload Harvester’s Delivery and Stock Pantry
1st Thursday morning of each month
9am until finished
Help unload pallets from Harvesters’ delivery truck and stock pantry. Must be able to lift 25lbs or more.
Pantry Packing Volunteers
2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month
5pm until finished
(approximately 1 ½ – 2 hours)
Prepare canned goods and dry goods bags, special event items, and other items for distribution the following day.
2nd and 4th Thursday of each month
3:30 – 6pm
Help distribute food and other items to pantry attendees, hand out special event items, serve as restock runners, and various other duties
Which days do you distribute?
Distribution occurs on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. This is subject to change during holiday seasons but will be published on the calendar of this page.
What are the distribution times?
Each distribution is 4-6pm.
What are the qualifications to receive food?
There are no qualifications to receive food. We trust that those who come are really in need. Just come on distribution day.
Is ID required?
No ID is required. We will ask for your last name and the number of people in your household for statistical purposes.
How does the distribution work?
Distribution is done using a drive-through method. You will be directed into a carline. Items are placed in your car by our volunteers.
Are there any limits to items received?
In order to serve the most number of families, we limit the distribution to two families per car.
Food and Hygiene Donations
All food donations must be in packages with nutrition labels on them. Smaller donations can be left at both our Mission and Shawnee campuses. Please place them in the blue barrels located inside the main entrances. At the Mission campus, donations may be left 24/7.
For large donations, please schedule a delivery time. Contact Rhonda Synovec at 913-563-6203 or email email@example.com.