Food pantry

The Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry provided food for more than 25,000 people last year. We are a “client choice” pantry – you shop for groceries just as you would in a grocery store.SVdP store-1-2

We usually have meat and milk on hand, plus bread, produce and all of the other canned and boxed foods you would expect. You choose only the foods you actually need and will use.

Volunteers are on hand to cheerfully help you with your shopping.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Click here to read the USDA nondiscrimination statement.

 

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Do you need food?

• Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry
• 2101 Leavenworth Street
•Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-12:30. THE PANTRY WILL CLOSE WHEN OMAHA PUBLIC SCHOOLS CANCELS CLASSES DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER.
• Bring your picture ID and your family members’ social security or medical cards.
• You are welcome to visit the pantry once every calendar month. For example, once in April, once in the month of May, once in June, etc.

Donate to the pantry

• We welcome food donations dropped off at the pantry doors, 2101 Leavenworth Street, between 9-3.
• Several Catholic parishes collect and deliver food monthly. Ask your parish conference president if it supports the pantry, or consider starting a drive today!
• Monetary donations are often the best way to help, as we can turn your cash into groceries through the Food Bank for the Heartland.

What items to donate

We currently need the following items:
• Cash!
• Canned tuna, salmon, chicken, etc.
• Canned fruit
• Cereal
• Canned tomatoes and sauces
• Canned soup
• Baking and cooking goods (oil, sugar, flour)
• Coffee
• Hygiene items (shampoo, toothpaste, soaps, feminine products, etc.)
• Diapers