YES..YES they did. As of January 1, 2017 the Bath Area Food Pantry is open on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 5pm-7pm. We posted the change November 1 2016.
We welcome students with court ordered hours to complete..but they MUST be scheduled! You must contact the Executive Director, 650-3478, to schedule your time. We can only take so many court ordered volunteers at any one time. ASPIRE volunteers are the same, we can only take 2 ASPIRE volunteers at any one time.
We welcome any NON PERISHABLE food donation at 150 Congress Street. The double glass doors are open from 8-7 7 days a week. Go in thru the glass doors and there is a large wooden chest to the right..just leave your donations there.
DO NOT LEAVE any clothing, toys, perishable items or books.
We serve Bath, W. Bath, Arrowsic, Georgetown, Phippsburg and Woolwich.
The Soup Kitchen serves an afternoon meal from 11:30-12:30. We are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We do offer our guests the option to take one meal home per person. We also have baked goods available to take home.
Please call Kimberly Gates, she is the Executive Director and makes the food pantry schedule. Right now 2016 is covered…but if you want to be added to next years schedule…PLEASE let her know! She is also able to plug different organizations in on this years schedule if you would like. Her number is 650-3478.
Please call Sandi Collins, she is the food pantry manager on Tuesday nights. She will let you know when we need help and what is available. Her number is 737-9289.
Please call Patti Silva at 798-2239. She will let you know when she needs help and ask what things you like to do. She is open Mon, Wed and Fri.
Yes, I am afraid we do. We do not want to risk the lives of our clients or our volunteers during bad weather. We will put a storm cancellation notice on channel 6 and channel 13.
No, Just bring yourself! We would love to have you! We are working hard to serve healthy and tasty meals three times a week.
Yes, we do require everyone that wants to receive food from the food pantry to bring in some sort of proof of residency. That includes a utility bill, a hospital bill, a lease agreement etc. We do not accept drivers licenses for proof of residency.