Our Mission is to provide food for individuals and families to prepare meals who live in distressed areas or have been compromised by emergent situations who are identified as food insure. Our pantry is conscious to provide foods from the four basic food groups beyond the traditional staples that are supplied by harvest food. Our activities include: identifying residents, train volunteers, and provide resources and support. The Village Food Pantry provides resources and support to individuals by collecting items that meet the basic needs of individuals and families to ensure they have their basic needs met such as food, clothing, school supplies, etc.
How Can I Use the Pantry?
Families in need, residing in Butler County, can register at the pantry.
Proper ID as well as proof of residency is required for registration.
*However, no one is turned away. People outside of the Butler County area will be assisted, then provided with information of the closest pantry to their home.
Purpose: Help End Hunger in New Miami, Butler County, Ohio
Your donation of any amount is tax deductible.
The Village Food Pantry Awarded $10,000 Grant!
Pamela Benson, Executive Director of The Village Food Pantry, middle, stands with Frank Suttmiller, left, Chairman of UAW Local 674, and Janet Billengsley-Fuller, President of UAW Local 674, inside the pantry on Morris Avenue in New Miami. The pantry received a General Motors community impact grant for $10,000.