Get Food Help
A free service for our neighbors
Helping You Stretch Your Food Budget
It seems making ends meet is getting tougher all the time! We want to help. Our food pantry stocks many staple items that can help you stretch your food budget.
Each week we help many people supplement their food budgets through our food pantry. This is a free service and is supplied by the donations of our members and others in the community.
Our Food Pantry is open to the public on Tuesday from 7am to 3pm and 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The pantry is open on Thursday from 9am to 1pm. The food pantry is located off the north parking lot behind the sanctuary. Go to the back parking lot and look for the sign.
We usually have a variety of canned items, pasta and sauce, bread, cereal, rice, peanut butter, and other staples.
You do not have to demonstrate need, register, or sign in. No ID required.
You are welcome to come during open hours and choose whatever items you or your family can use!
You can call the church at 520-327-5989 or email us if you have questions.
If you would like more information on volunteering with the Food Pantry, please click here and we will contact you.
All are welcome here
Community Groups to Check Out
Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona
Our interactive map can show you where to find food resources near you. Just enter your zip code or cross streets to find emergency groceries or prepared meals.
Interfaith Community Services
Interfaith Community Services empowers people in need to stabilize and improve their lives through comprehensive programs, in partnership with diverse faith communities and people of compassion.
Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse
If you or someone you love is in an unhealthy or unsafe relationship, start here.
Aviva Children's Services
Aviva Children’s Services changes the lives of more than 3,000 children in foster care each year by providing emergency resources, ongoing family support and comprehensive behavioral health services.
Casa Maria Soup Kitchen
Casa Maria is a Catholic Worker House committed to nonviolence, voluntary poverty, prayer, and hospitality for the homeless, exiled, hungry, and forsaken. There are thousands of Catholic Worker communities around the nation, and internationally. Catholic Workers live simple lifestyles, serve the poor, and protest injustice, war, racism, and violence of all forms.
The Amphi Foundation is a non-profit organization providing programs and events for the promotion of academic excellence. Our Mission: To promote academic excellence through the expansion of resources that enrich the education, development and well-being of the students of the Amphitheater Public School District.