The Covid-19 virus is changing the way we lead our daily lives.
The 7 Hills Community Pantry is no exception.
We will continue to provide food for our clients and anyone else within the community who is struggling at this time.
We have, however, needed to change how we operate in order to provide this service. This decision was made to protect our clients & volunteers, and to prevent the transmission of this virus throughout our community. We are asking our clients to call 705-924-2077 and leave a message prior to Friday, specifying what items they may require, as well as a phone number where we can reach them in order to schedule a time for their pick up on Friday between 11:15 and 12:30.
We understand that there are some clients who do not have phones, so we will provide them with what they need when they come to the food bank on Fridays no matter what.
The community, once again, has offered their help. We will post which items are required on our Facebook page as our shelves are depleted.
We thank you for your help & understanding. We all have to do what we can to contain this virus.
Chair-7Hills Community Pantry
We are grateful for all the support of donations that we have received from the community throughout the year. We are so fortunate that we live in a caring and giving community.
Our food bank is entirely volunteer run and receives no government funding.
We depend on your donations to help us provide food for many individuals and their families. More people are having to turn to our food bank to help them out, and it is important to us that we are there to give them the support that they need.
7Hills Community Pantry is open each Friday from 11-12:30 at the lower level of the United Church 60 Main St.
We will be receiving food donations along the parade route of the Santa Claus parade, thanks to the help form the Warkworth Guiding, who will be collecting items. We are currently running low on tuna, peanut butter, juice, chunky soup, instant coffee, Kleenex, shampoo and conditioner.
Look for us at the Magic Under Stars on Friday Dec 13th and 20th and you can also find donation boxes in Warkworth Pharmacy, Scott’s Variety and The Bakery.
If you are able to support us, donations can be dropped off at the food bank on Fridays, cheques can be mailed to PO Box 415 or through canadahelps. A Tax receipt can be given for you donations over $20. Please provide an email address to send your tax receipt.
We Thank You for thinking of us at this time of year and wish all of you a Healthy and Happy Holiday Season.
to be Jolly, for Happiness and Giving, don’t let it be the season of empty cupboards and a cold house.
Help the 7 Hills Community Pantry provide those in need with food and cheer during the cold winter months.
The Girl Guides will be at the Warkworth Santa Clause parade on Friday December 6th to collect your donations. The following item are currently running low; tuna, peanut butter, juice, chunky soup, instant coffee, Kleenex, shampoo and conditioner.
We will also be at “Magic Under Stars” in Warkworth on Friday December 13th and the 20th to receive you donations.
You can also find Donation boxes at the “Warkworth Pharmacy”, “Scott’s Variety” and “The Bakery”
You can also donate money using Canada Help. A tax receipt will be send to you for donations of $20 or more, if you’re able to provide an email address.
We Thank You for thinking of us at this time of year, and wish all of you a Happy Holiday Season a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
You are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting at Mill Creek Manor on Thursday September 19, 2019 at 1pm
We hope to be near the Mews on Main Street during the “Magic under the Stars” event where we will be happy to receive your donations.
Currently we need the following items:
- instant coffee
- paper towels
- toilet paper
- laundry/dish soap
and personal care items such as:
- feminine products
We’ll also be glad to accept any financial donations, they will help us buy items that we need on a weekly basis such bread, milk, eggs and meat.
You can also Donate on-line by going to Canada Helps .
Have a Happy Holiday Season and a Prosperous and Healthy New Year.
Let me introduce to you Eliot, he’s is 8 years old from Warkworth.
Eliot asked everybody that attended to celebrate his birthday party to bring food for the 7 Hills Community Pantry, Warkworth Foodbank.
12 Bags of food.
Great work Eliot,
A big thank you to all of you!!!
For helping us help those in need over the Holiday season.
Because of you we were able to hand-out 25 Christmas Hampers that included a Turkey and all the stuffing’s.
With the help of the Giving Tree, Warkworth Pharmacy and the Secret Santa we handed out Christmas Gifts to 17 children.
Thanks to the church communities for all your donations.
Thanks to the WBA and merchants of Warkworth for their generosity.
Thanks to our neighbours and friends for dropping off clothing and toys.
Thanks to the gentleman who told his family “I don’t need anything. Donate to the food bank instead”
Thanks to the Warkworth Community Service Club.
Thanks to everyone who donated food and turkeys to our food drive, money to our fundraising campaign and to our volunteers who sorted, packed and distributed it all in time for Christmas.
We truly are blessed with a thoughtful and caring community.
The 7 Hills Community Pantry (Warkworth’s Foodbank) wishes you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.