Our Pantry continues to serve more anddrive_3424c more people every month.  This past month, the Pantry served 909 people and volunteers donated more than 580 hours.

Please tell your friends or neighbors that are in need and encourage them to visit our pantry.

April is “Keep America Beautiful” , “Community Service” and “National Child Abuse Prevention” month.

The Pantry Board thanks all the donors that have contributed to the operation of the Pantry. Your donations are a blessing to our community.

   Pantry Hours: 

  • ~Monday – Wednesday – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • ~Thursday and Friday – 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

If you would like to become a volunteer at the pantry, please drop by and let us know.  Volunteers are the key to the success of the Eastern Plains Community Pantry (EPCP).  You can make that real difference in helping serve the people of our community.


The Pantry is in need of new or gently used sheets, pillow cases, blankets, jackets, coats, and men’s clothing especially jeans.   We  always accept baby, children and adult clothing.   Donations of  general kitchen items would also help those in need.  If you have extra clothes hangers and would like to donate, please drop them by the pantry.

Small children toys are being accepted as well.

We are also looking for storage racks for walk-in freezer, a large portable evaporator cooler and a commercial food display refrigerator.  If you know of a van or pickup with closed shell, please let us know.  The pantry is in need of a vehicle to help with getting food supplies to the pantry.

If you might have those items and would like to donate them, please drop them at the pantry.

 Recipe of the Month-

Stuffed Pepper Soup

Our New Walk-in Freezer is Here!

EPCP now has the extra storage availability to provide more food for our community in need. Cheryl L., Reva L., Anne L., and Bob S. are so excited.





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