Top 10 Needed Foods
- Peanut butter
- Macaroni and cheese
- Low-sodium soups and stews
- Canned fruits and vegetables
- Pasta and Pasta sauce
- Canned Meats
- Rice or boxed potatoes
Soup kitchens and food pantries are always searching for businesses, groups or friends to hold food drives of any size.
Your donations of food help Connecticut food pantries and soup kitchens keep their shelves full.
Meriden Food Pantries
- Salvation Army, Meriden Corps Community Center, 23 St. Casimir Drive, 203-235-6532
- New Opportunities of Greater Meriden, 74 Cambridge St., Old Nappier Building 203-235-0278
- Apostolic Community Church Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen, 146 Center St., 203-639-0780
- East Haddam Food Bank at Grange Hall, 488 Town Street. (860) 873-3296
- Cromwell Food Bank, 41 West Street, Cromwell. (860) 632-3449
- East Hampton Food Bank, 240 Middletown Avenue. East Hampton. (860) 267-7300.
- Middlefield Food Bank, Social Services, 405 Main Street, Middlefield. (860) 349-7121
- Amazing Grace Food Pantry, St. Vincent De Paul, 16 Stack Street, Middletown (860) 347-3222
- St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen, 617 Main Street, Middletown. (860) 344-0097
- Shiloh Baptist Church Food Pantry, 346 Butternut Street, Middletown. (860) 346-8295
- Zion First Baptist Church Food Pantry, 16 James A. Moses Ave., Middletown. (860) 347-5074.
- Portland Food Bank, Senior Center, 7 Waverly Avenue, Portland. (860) 342-6795
- Shoreline Soup Kitchen and Pantries, Centerbrook, Chester, Clinton, Deep River, Essex, Killingworth, Niantic, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, and Westbrook. (860) 388-1988