Food Pantry

Donate to the Independence House Food Pantry

Independence House operates an in-house food pantry at the Hyannis office (160 Bassett Lane, Hyannis).  The pantry serves domestic and sexual violence survivors and their children who are active clients.

The food pantry is always in need of dry and canned/jar goods,  juices, boxed mixes, pastas, sauces, and the like.   We welcome baby food, diapers of all sizes, and baby wipes.   Additionally, toiletries, hygiene products, shampoos, soaps, toothpaste/brushes.

The Independence House food pantry has limited refrigerator and freezer space.  If you would like to donate food items that require refrigeration or freezing, we ask the you inquire ahead to ensure space is available.

Please note:  Independence House is required to check all expiration dates and we are unable to provide expired items to clients. We ask that you check expiration dates of items that you wish to donate before arriving at Independence House. 

Specific food pantry needs change throughout the year.  Please call to inquire on specific needs (508-771-6507),  subscribe to our e-newsletter, or like our facebook page for regular updates.

Items we are NOT able to accept:
Mouthwashes
Vitamins or supplements
Razors or Shaving blades

Monetary donations are also welcome to help us supplement our food pantry needs.  Checks should be made payable and mailed to:
Independence House
160 Bassett Lane
Hyannis, MA 02601
(note:  memo check: Food Pantry).

 

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