If you reside in Union County and do not have the food you need, or if you also can not attend one of our evening pantries, then we might be able to help.
Common Cupboard is our delivery-based food pantry established in 2006. It began as a way for two caring ladies to visit families and bring much-needed groceries. For years, it was the only way we distributed food to families who could use a little helping hand. Currently, more than 350 local families each month receive about a week’s worth of groceries delivered with love by someone who cares.
How do I receive food delivery services?
To receive groceries delivered by a Common Cupboard Ally volunteer you must be a Union County Resident and available to receive food on Saturday mornings.
Secondly, to qualify you must be unable to get to one of our evening pantries due to a significant barrier such as:
- You lack transportation or have unreliable transportation
- You are a senior citizen
- You can’t drive at night
- You are a single parent with young children
- You are disabled or care for someone who is
- You work in the evenings
- You have a specific dietary need
If you believe you meet these qualifications, reach out to our Cupboard Ally manager, Jurivia Rojas. She will talk with you further and see if we can help.
Our delivery service isn’t just about someone delivering food. It’s about relationships. Our volunteers serve their community as intentional friends who offer support, resources, and encouragement to their neighbors. Could you use more kindness in your life?