ATTN: Gardeners and Farmers
Dear Local Gardeners and Farmers —
As you see fruits and vegetables begin to ripen in your gardens and on your farms — Please remember that you are encouraged to bring your surplus fruits and vegetables to the St. John’s/LUM Food Pantry to share with your community neighbors. Fresh, delicious and locally grown fruit and vegetables are a special treat for our clients who otherwise would not be able to afford quality produce at grocery store prices.
Thanks in advance!
More information on the Pantry
St. John’s/LUM Food Pantry provides emergency food assistance to hungry children and adults who live in Tippecanoe County. St. John’s/LUM Food Pantry is the largest volume food pantry in the 26 counties of west central Indiana.
So far in 2013, 4960 clients were served which is equivalent to assisting 15,295 individual family members.
Pantry Needs and How to Help
The St. John’s/LUM Food Pantry relies on individuals to donate food and make monetary donations.
Please bring your donations directly to the Food Pantry which is in St. John’s Episcopal Church on the corner of 6th and Ferry Streets in downtown Lafayette during their operating hours –- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Look for the Red door under the Green awning on 6th.
To view the St. John’s/LUM Food Pantry wish list, check out our Pinterest board.
Click HERE or the Pinterest logo to the left. Follow LUM on Pinterest (www.pinterest.com/LUMserve).
The Mission of the Pantry
To serve God & God’s people by providing a caring food distribution facility. All strive to serve as Christ would serve. We respect the dignity of every person who comes to the Food Pantry. Food is provided in a courteous way & with minimal hassles & questions.
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