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Yarmouth Community Food Pantry

The Yarmouth Community Food Pantry is always in need of nonperishable foods, paper products, and personal-care items.  You may drop them off at either:

First Parish Church (site of the Yarmouth Community Food Pantry)
116 Main Street, Yarmouth, ME
Monday – Friday    9 am – 12 Noon
or during Food Pantry hours

Yarmouth, Maine Town Hall
(box for food is across from the main reception area counter)
200 Main Street, Yarmouth, ME
Monday, Tuesday:  8 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday, Thursday: 9 am – 6 pm
Friday: 9 am – 1 pm

Or call Yarmouth Cares About Neighbors (YCAN) at 207-838-2261 to arrange to have donations picked up.

You may also visit the Yarmouth Community Food Pantry Facebook page for the latest news and information.

Items that are always needed:

  • Household cleaners
    (Mr. Clean, 409, etc.)
  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper & Tissues
  • Personal Care & Hygiene Items
  • Canned pasta
    (spaghettios, raviolis, etc.)
  • COFFEE! Regular (not decaf), ground, 1-lb bag or can
    (Maxwell House, Dunkin Donuts, etc.)

For up to date information on current Yarmouth Food Pantry needs, please consult the Yarmouth News section of the most recent issue of “The Notes”, available at no charge at various locations around town.

Any and all Food Pantry contributions are greatly appreciated by those who make use of them. During 2015, the Food Pantry served 190 people from 70 Yarmouth families. As one patron said: “As a person whose income is just Social Security, I find that everything seems really expensive. The Yarmouth Community Food Pantry has been such a help! You never know what’s going to be there, but it is always fun to build my weekly menu around it. The Food Pantry is really a blessing – keep up the great work!!”

Winter Clothing

Coats, hats, and mittens for Operation Bundle-Up may be donated year-round at Town Hall in Yarmouth, Maine. During the winter of 2015, this program collected 195 coats and purchased 5 coats in sizes not on hand so that 73 winter coats could be provided to Yarmouth families. Remaining coats were donated to the Immigrant Program at the Unitarian Church and Goodwill.

From late October through the end of December, donation boxes will be available at:

  • Yarmouth Community Services office (behind Town Hall)
  • Town Hall
  • Merrill Memorial Library
  • Maine Roasters Coffee
  • Vestibule between Village Consignment & Island Treasure Toys
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