The Face of Hunger
What do you think the face of hunger looks like? It is no longer the homeless man or the poorest of poor. It’s your elderly neighbor who must decide between medication or food.
Food donations are needed year-round. You can help us maintain the supplies for our Food Pantry by donating non-perishables such as but not limited:
Canned fruit Canned vegetables Canned or dried beans and peas Canned soup, chili, stew Hamburger Helper Macaroni and Cheese Pasta (boxes or bags) Rice (boxes or bags) Low-sugar cereals and oatmeal Peanut butter and jelly Canned meats (tuna, chicken, salmon) Fruit juice (canned, plastic or boxes)
Donations can be dropped off at 304 S. Pinellas Avenue in Tarpon Springs.
We NEED your help to stop the hunger!
Start Food Drive at your place of business, in your neighborhood, through your church, or even a sporting event.
Tarpon Springs Shepherd Center provides a food supplement to
approximately 8,000 adults and children every month and it is growing.
The Food Pantry offers breads, pastries, and produce to low income families and clients living in north Pinellas and south Pasco Counties.
Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm.
Entrance to the pantry is located on W. Boyer Street.
Tarpon Springs Shepherd Center helps provide meals every day at several Community Kitchens in the area.