All Saints Food Pantry distributes groceries to those in need.

Food Pantry

Food Pantry Hours:
2nd and 4th Tuesdays 3 – 5 pm
1st and 3rd Saturdays 10 am – 12 noon

For I was hungry and you gave me food…

Jesus Christ in the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 25 verse 35

Our parish food pantry is available to those in need. If you do not have enough money to buy groceries, do not allow yourself and your family to go hungry. Come to our food pantry. We want you to come, and we look forward to meeting you.

View or downoload the food pantry schedule throughout Haverhill:
http://www.haverhill-ps.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Haverhill-Meal-and-Pantry-Schedule.pdf?13d75d

Every person has a right to life and to the material and spiritual support required to live a tru­ly human existence. The right to a truly human life logically leads to the right to enough food to sustain a life with dignity. The poverty and hunger that diminish the lives of millions in our own land and in so many other countries are fundamental threats to human life and dignity and demand a response from believers.

US Conference of Catholic Bishops

WHEN:
1st and 3rd Saturday of each month from 10 am to 12 noon
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 3 pm to 5 pm

WHERE: All Saints Parish Rectory at 120 Bellevue Ave in Haverhill.

QUESTIONS: Call 978-372-7721 or email allsaints120@gmail.com

DONATE TIME:
Our parish food pantry always needs donations and volunteers. If you have time to volunteer on Tuesdays or Saturdays, come help us! Many hands make light work, and we invite you to share your gifts including your smile, your words of encouragement, skills at organizing shelves, managing paperwork, or handling grocery items, not to mention the capacity to carry bags of grocery items up and down stairs.

So many people have donated and volunteered to make our parish Food Pantry a resource for our community. The need is great, and we rejoice at this opportunity to respond as our faith instructs us.

DONATE GROCERY ITEMS:
Each month in the bulletin we list items that are in greatest need. When you shop for your household groceries consider adding a few items to bring with you to church and donate to the food pantry. Some suggestions would be any nonperishable, nutritious grocery items that do not require refrigeration, such as cereal, shelf-stable milk, juice, ready-to-eat meals, canned soup, and nutritious staples such as flour, sugar, beans, rice, pasta, etc. as well as non-food grocery items such as toiletries and paper goods. You may leave your donations in the containers for food pantry donations that are located inside all entrances of the church.

DONATE MONEY:
A fund for the Food Pantry has been set up in our parish’s Online Giving portal. You are able to schedule one-time or recurring contributions in the amount and frequency that works best for you. Financial donations may also be made by check, either bring or mail to the rectory or add to the collection at Mass.

WHY A FOOD PANTRY:
To feed the hungry is one of the seven corporal works of mercy.