The Athens County Food Pantry was delighted to receive a $200 donation as part of the opening day festivities on May 12 for the O’Reilly Auto Parts store on E. State Street Athens, OH. The check was in recognition of
Thanks to the the Letter Carrier’s food drive the Athens County Food Pantry received 1,300 pounds of food from the community! The total from post office was around 2,300 pounds for all, with the remainder going to the Athens Catholic
Mark the date! Every can and box of food donated helps fight hunger and food insecurity.
Big thanks to two Ohio University groups for helping the Food Pantry feed our neighbors. OU Sigma Gamma Epsilon (the geology honors society) donated 294.4 pounds of food, and the OU Dodgeball Club donated 833 pounds of canned corn and
A group from Ohio University for Athens Beautification Day packed food at the food pantry today. Long-time volunteers Dan Neason and Connie Davidson worked with Barb Harrison, Diana Medina, Elaina Jordan, Kasey Boggess, Jarett Evans and Allison Cook. Thanks to
The Athens Walmart commemorated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his message of service to the community by collecting food to support our local Athens County Food Pantry. Wednesday, April 4th marks the 50th anniversary
Thanks so much to Marah Williams, Guest Service Manager, and Melissa Jewell, Assistant General Manager, for organizing this drive and for all those who donated baby supplies. Marah is a new mom who knows how costly these are to purchase.
Thanks to Gavin Supplee and all the donors at The Summit at Coates Run who collected 113 pounds of food before Spring break. We appreciate your support!!
Every Monday and almost-every Wednesday, each week of the year, a group of dedicated volunteers gather at the Athens County Food Pantry to pack food for delivery to food-insecure Athens County residents. Packages of spaghetti, canned vegetables, canned fruit, canned
On February 20th, the children at Amesville Elementary presented their donation of $1,200 to the representatives of the Athens Food Pantry. Receiving the check was Karin Bright, Athens County Food Pantry Board President, and Catherine Hare, an Amesville Food