Thank You Door County Daily News.com For the Very Generous Charitable Organization Grant
Our CARE 24/7 pantry has been awarded free radio advertising ($4,770 per month) from Door County Daily News.com by airing our pantry radio spot on each of their stations on a daily basis!
We are truly blessed by this wonderful grant, which has been a big contributing factor to the community embracing our pantry in a relatively short period of time.
Door County Daily News.com has made this grant possible by the many local Door County businesses that have invested their marketing with them. So please show an appreciation for all the Door County Daily News.com clients that advertise through their stations and website by looking local first.
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Thank You Egg Harbor, Baileys Harbor & Fish Creek
For the Very Generous Letter Carrier Food Drive Donations Our CARE 24/7 Food Pantry Received
The Door County letter carrier food drive was held on May 14 of this year and our CARE 24/7 food pantry received a tremendous amount of non perishable food items from Egg Harbor, Baileys Harbor and Fish Creek residents.
Your support of our food pantry was outstanding, and has provided us with plenty of food for the busiest time of the year.
We also want to thank all the residents within Door County on the abundance of food that was donated and for the great amount of work done by the postal workers to collect the tremendous amount of food that was given. Other food pantries within the county will benefit from this food drive.
All Door County Residents Welcome
Welcome to Door County’s newest food pantry. Our food pantry is run by volunteers from Stella Maris, and any Door County resident who is in need of food or toiletries are welcome. We wanted to make our pantry available to all Door County residents at any hour of the day or night, so we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
With all the opulence that Door County is famous for, there are many Door County residents that struggle to make ends meet. A recent Heartland Poverty Symposium held October 1, 2015, revealed the hidden poverty within our county.
Those of us at Stella Maris decided to help out anyone who is in need of a meal, no questions asked. Our pantry is always open, so you can help yourself when it is most convenient for you.
We are located at Stella Maris Fish Creek, 4019 State Highway 42. The pantry is not located in the main church, but has its own private entrance on the northeast side of the church.
We Provide Non Perishable Foods
Our food is non perishable and is never out of date. We provide healthy food products for the whole family. These are some of the types of food you will find in our pantry.
- Tuna Fish
- Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Pasta, Pasta Sauce
- Canned Vegetables and Fruit
- Pasta Sides, Rice, Potato Flakes
- And More
We Also Provide Toiletries
We also have our toiletries rack that contain many personal hygiene products such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, soaps, shampoos, lotions, toilet paper, dishwashing soap, sponges and air freshener spray.
You can contact us with what types of food you would most benefit from our pantry, what you like or dislike about the pantry, or just drop us a note and tell us how our pantry is helping you and your family.