food banks - for you and your pets

pet food pantry

PuppyWith the economic recovery still sluggish, we are seeing members of our community struggling to keep their pets well nourished.  The goals of the Pet Food Pantry are to keep beloved companion animals in their homes, prevent animal surrender, and help ensure that pets in our region are healthy and happy.

Our pet food pantry is open in Bellefonte at 110 W. High St. from 1pm-6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

We distribute pet food in State College at St. Andrews Episcopal Church on Tuesdays from 9:30am-11:30am.

Centre Hall Food Bank and Millheim Food Bank also receive cat and dog food from our Pet Food Pantry.

Use the "Donations" link above to donate times to the Food Bank or stop by our 110 W. High St. location to drop off donated supplies. 

needed items...

 

 

food bank

The FaithCentre Food Bank routinely serves over 800 greater Bellefonte area residents a month.  Those within our assigned region and meeting income guidelines are welcome to register for a monthly distribution of food.  The Food Bank, additionally, is available to anyone, regardless of geographic location, requiring emergency food or facing an unforeseen crisis.

Our Food Pantry provides fresh food items the FaithCentre Food Bank is committed to providing free quality food to our clients.:

  • Fresh produce when in season
  • Dairy products
  • Fresh and frozen meat
  • Baby food and supplies
  • Food for individuals with diabetes
  • Bread and pastries
  • Canned and frozen vegetables
  • Personal care products such as toothpaste and soap.

The FaithCentre Food Bank is also the distribution site for Bellefonte’s Toys for Tots and assists over 1,000 people each Holiday season.

The Food Bank welcomes donation of fresh vegetables and other food products. 

Hours of Operation

  • Monday and Tuesday: 10:00 am -12:00 noon for emergency food distribution only
  • Wednesday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm and Thursday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm for regular food distribution
needed items...