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Need food? Whether you're having a hard time or have faced food insecurity for years, you don't need to struggle alone.

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What's it like to visit the pantry?

 

The market at Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry is just like a small grocery store. A friendly volunteer receptionist will welcome you and take minimal, basic information. If you want, a volunteer will help you pick groceries from the shelves, freezer, fresh produce tables and bakery area. There's never a charge for food, and you're welcome to shop twice a month. Once we relocate to our future home, you'll be able to shop as often as need be.

We won't ask personal questions

 

Loaves & Fishes makes getting food assistance as easy as possible. When you shop with us, you won't need a referral or money, and we won't ask you a lot of questions. We just need basic information like your name, contact information, and names of family members who might use the pantry.

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Other resources

The Maine Senior Farm Share Program lets income-eligible older adults receive a share (worth $50) of local produce at no cost from Maine farmers during the growing season. 

Good Shepherd Food Bank has launched Nutrition for ME,  

a great source for easy-to-make recipes using ingredients you have at home.

Pantry hours @ 119 Bucksport Road

Monday: 9:30AM–12:00PM

Wednesday: 9:30AM–12:30PM and 4:00–6:30PM

Friday: 9:30AM–12:30PM