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Donate to Food Helpers Today!

Your gift helps us create sustainable communities through equitable access to aid, education, and resources.



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Little by little, a little becomes a lot. As a Caring Food Helpers, you can provide eight cans of fruits, providing shelf-stable fruit for two households in areas we serve.



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Your monthly donation provides one month's worth of fresh produce and bakery to a household located in food deserts or under-served areas. You're helping put more than canned goods on the table.



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Your donation makes a larger impact, providing three cases of canned vegetables such as beans, corn, or potatoes for us to distribute. Three cases is almost 75 cans of food, providing nutritional value and meal planning for households who need a little extra help.


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As a Determined Food Helper, your financial support enables us to provide food to three entire households in our Community Outreach Program with protein, shelf-stable goods, fruits and vegetables, bakery, and more.

Your Choice!

Custom Monthly Donation

Any amount given helps put food on the table for those who are struggling or have been turned away elsewhere. Give what you can, whether it is $15/month, $150/month, or even your "lucky number," helping pass some luck along to those battling food insecurity.



Checks may be made payable to

"Food Helpers" at:


Food Helpers
909 National Pike West
Brownsville, PA 15417


Food donations can be dropped off Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. til 3 p.m., excluding holidays.

Food Helpers

909 National Pike West

Brownsville, PA 15417

“The official registration and financial information of Food Helpers may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999.  Registration does not imply endorsement.”

Who does your gift support? Help us support the nearly half of food-insecure families in our communities who may be turned away from traditional, government-funded food banks.

Take a family of four, where both parents work full-time. A household like this can still be facing food insecurity:








By working diligently an earning a raise, that food-insecure family will not longer qualify for traditional food pantry support, as well as other government programs they relied on such rental assistance, utility assistance, education assistance, or child care.

The loss of these benefits far outweighs the increase in income they proudly earned. So now, hard-working families are without help, and actually with less money available for food than before. This may happen for 46% of the food-insecure population in the communities we serve.



would qualify for traditional pantry model

Household MAY NOT qualify for traditional pantry model

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