• 168 Hill Street Southampton, NY 11968
  • +1 (631) 283-6415
  • 168 Hill Street, Southampton, NY 11968
  • +1 (631) 283-6415

Overview

People who need help putting food on their tables may visit the Food Pantry twice a month. Those with greater need can make arrangements to visit more often.

The pantry is well stocked and organized with non-perishable food including soup, cereal, canned goods, pasta, canned tuna, frozen meat, fruit and peanut butter. Baby food, formula and diapers are also available. Fresh produce from local farms is available during the summer months. We currently serve nearly 400 registered households.

Anyone can visit our Food Pantry, but to become a member one must register and show proof of a local address. Members receive an ID card that logs their participation and provides access to all our services.

FOOD DONATIONS

Our pantry is supported by a number of generous donations from local businesses, civic groups, community food drives and private donations. One donor makes an annual gift to purchase frozen meat. Another pays to provide potatoes and fresh produce from local farms from the Spring through the Fall. Local businesses including Tate’s Bake Shop, Goldbergs Bagels, and Krieg’s Bake Shop donate bread, bagels and cookies. Local Civic organizations including Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, the Southampton Village Police Benevolent AssociationSouthampton Montessori SchoolThe Children’s SchoolOur Lady of the Hamptons School and the Southampton Rotary Club conduct annual food drives that bring us hundreds of pounds of non-perishable food.

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Help us feed our local community.

HOURS OF OPERATION

The Food Pantry is located at 168 Hill Street on the grounds of the Basilica of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary R.C. Church in Southampton Village. We are open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 12 noon (except major holidays). Our three employees and a dedicated group of volunteers are there to unpack boxes, stock shelves, pack up the grocery bags and assist clients in making selections. Clients receive food through the “client choice” method of distribution.

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