Greene County

Food Security Partnership

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The Greene County Food Security Partnership is dependent upon the donations of funds and food from individuals and groups. As a donor, you can donate monetary contributions, food contributions, or both!

Monetary Contributions

We are able to extend the buying power of each dollar through our bulk purchases through the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, school vendors and our local suppliers.

Greene County Food Security Partnership

The Greene County Food Security Partnership is indebted to those in our community who help us increase access to food, sponsor our events, or underwrite to the cost of our programs and initiatives. Foundation grants, cooperate sponsorship, and individual donations make it possible for us to further our mission of ending hunger in Greene County.
Funds donated to the Greene County Food Security Partnership will be used for:
The Weekend Backpack Program
The Summer Food Program
and Partnership Initiatives.

Your contribution can be mailed or delivered to:

Greene County Food Security Partnership
c/o Community Foundation of Greene County
108 E. High Street
PO Box 768
Phone: 724-627-2010 Fax: 724-627-2011
Email: GreeneFoodPartnership@gmail.com
Online donation at:  Community Foundation of Greene County, PA

Food Contributions

Corner Cupboard Food Bank

The Corner Cupboard Food Bank was incorporated in 1992 to administer food grant programs to solicit and distribute food through a county wide network of food pantries and agencies, and to educate the public about the nature of and solutions to the problems of hunger.

Through twelve pantries, located throughout the county, and the on-site Emergency Food program, approximately 2,300 individuals are served each month a combined total of approximately 790,000 pounds of food.

The Corner Cupboard Food Bank is the lead agency in Greene County for the State Food Purchase Program and the Emergency Food Assistance program, supplying food to those in need through the network of pantries, the emergency box program, and, in partnership with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP – Senior Boxes).

Garden Produce & Other Foods can also be directly donated to Greene County Food Pantries

Please use this list of most needed items when donating to Corner Cupboard.

  • Cereal (high fiber, low sugar)
  • Tuna, Canned Salmon (packed in water)
  • Fruit, Vegetable Juice (100%, any size)
  • Canned Beans (kidney, black, navy)
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Peanut Butter (15 or 18 oz.)
  • Canned fruit
  • Toilet, Facial Tissue
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Diapers (baby and adult)

Printable “Most Wanted” Items List

Your contribution can be mailed or delivered to:

Corner Cupboard Food Bank
881 Rolling Meadows Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone Office: 724-627-9784
Email: alexgabby@hotmail.com

The Salvation Army of Greene County

The Salvation Army of Greene County provides many services in the local fight against hunger. In addition to being the coordinator of the Waynesburg Produce to People distribution, the Salvation Army also offers Emergency Food Assistance (Pantry Boxes) to income eligible individuals and families in cooperation with Corner Cupboard and Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

Additionally, they, in partnership with GPATH: Homeless Outreach, are the lead agency in the initiative to provide appropriate food supplies to individuals or families who are homeless or without permanent residence.

The Salvation Army also provides emergency assistance for financially struggling individuals and families for things such as food, clothing, shelter, rent, household utility expenses and similar miscellaneous living needs. They may provide seasonal assistance, such as Back-to-School, Project Bundle-Up,and holiday programs where funds are available.Your contributions of money or food items can be delivered to:

Salvation Army of Greene County
131 West First St.
Waynesburg, Pa 15370
Phone Office: 724-852-1479
Email: audrey_quinn@use.salvationarmy.org

Please use this list of most needed items when donating to The Salvation Army.

  • Cereal (high fiber, low sugar)
  • Peanut Butter (15 or 18 oz.)
  • Fruit, Vegetable Juice (100%, any size)
  • Beans (kidney, black, navy)
  • Canned Fruit and Vegetables
  • Canned Meat (Tuna, Salmon, etc.)
  • Canned Soups (Pop-top)
  • Lunchable Meals
  • Self-Heating Meals (Meat and Noodle)
  • Meal Bars (Protein, Granola, etc.)
  • Toilet, Facial Tissue
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Diapers (baby and adult)
  • Bottled Water
  • Cleaning Supplies

 

Summer Food Service Program

The Summer Food Program exists to help reduce child hunger when school is no longer in session. On average, we donate well over 10,000 meals each summer.

Learn more

Weekend Food “Backpack” Program

Similarly to the Summer Food Program, the Weekend Food Program exists to reduce child hunger during the weekend when children do not access to the food services at their school.

Learn more