Our Mission

The Plymouth Community Food Pantry provides food and referrals to those in need. We are dedicated to working in and with our community to end hunger, its causes and effects.

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Goal for 2016

We need your help to reach our fundraising goal for this year. Monetary donations can be mailed to the food pantry or dropped off in person at our location. You can also make a donation online with PayPal.


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For Shoppers



If you are interested in applying to access the food pantry, you will need to show ID and proof of residency. Residency documents should be less than 30 days old. You may apply anytime the pantry is opened for shoppers.



Monday: 2 p.m.-3 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. – Noon
Evening hours : 1st Tuesday of each month, 5-7 pm



From Main Street (Rte. 6) turn onto Allen Street. Take 2nd right onto Fairview Ave. Take 2nd right onto Dewey Ave. Turn left into parking lot.

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We offer delivery to Eli Terry, Gosinski Park and Quail Hollow, and home delivery for the medically home-bound.


For Donors

We have 2 locations for food drop-off.

At 20 Dewey Ave.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday:
9:00 a.m.-10:00a.m.
This Drop-off site is for both perishable and non-perishable items.

At Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps building, 191 Main Street
Seven Days a week:
8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
This Drop-off site is for non-perishable items only.


Toilet Paper
Beef Stew
Paper towels
Canned Pasta Meals
Canned Tomatoes
Cereal, Hot & Cold
Coffee and Tea

Canned meat
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Baby Food

Macaroni and Cheese
Pancake Mix
Paper Goods
Peanut Butter

Soap and other personal care items
Spaghetti sauce
Tuna Fish

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    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948);

    Indian Political And Spiritual Leader,

    The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.

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    St. Basil the Great (330-379)

    Christian Bishop and Advocate for the Poor,

    The bread which you do not use is the bread of the hungry…

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    Mother Teresa (1910-1997)

    Nobel Peace Prize Winner,

    If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.


Our Team


Board of Directors:
Louise Brauer, Reverend Bill Hawley, Reverend John Hopko, Paul Nimchek, Martin Sandshaw, Keith Weston, Marissa McGee, Marissa Piper

Erin Kennedy

We always welcome new volunteers. Call or come by anytime we’re opened.

Harvest Ball


Join us for a fun, feel-good evening enjoying sumptuous cuisine and celebrating our mission to end hunger when you attend the Plymouth Community Food Pantry’s annual Harvest Ball. You’ll bask in the elegant surroundings and pristine views of Fairview Farms Golf Course in Harwinton while you dance the night away with music by Apricot Brandy.

This is your chance to make a big difference for the 675 hungry people in Plymouth, have fun and support a good cause at the same time!
Save the Date:

Event: The Harvest Ball
Date: Saturday, November 5th
Place: Fairview Farm Golf Course in Harwinton
Time: 6:00 p.m.

Tickets cost $60 and can be purchased by calling the food pantry at 860-584-1750 or emailing foodpantry@plymouthfoodpantry.org. Ask about discounts when you purchase a table. Since all proceeds go directly toward ending hunger in Plymouth, every penny you spend is a tax-deductible donation.

We know you are often asked to support many worthwhile projects. Helping the Plymouth Food Pantry is a great way to improve the health and quality of life for our neighbors.


Copyright © 2015 Plymouth Food Pantry, INC.