THE MOBILE FOOD TRUCK WILL BE HELD THE 4TH SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH IN THE CAFETERIA AT STEVENSON SCHOOL IN RANSOMVILLE FROM 11:00 TO 1:00. THIS IS OPEN TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY.
Anyone interested in volunteering should send their contact information to Lisa Klump at firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide, without profit to the Corporation, services to meet the needs of individuals and families in the communities of Western New York, including: providing nutritional cooking classes; encouraging reading through the distribution of books to children; providing access t quality clothing through the distribution of new and used clothing to community members; operation community gardens; offering guidance and mentoring concerning daily financial management, parenting, marriage and other life issues; and operating a food pantry.
Serving the Community
The Care-n-Share Food Pantry was started in December of 2010. That year we assisted 21 families, the need has increased where we now serve on average of 320 individuals a month.
Our motto is “If you need us we’re here – if you don’t need us, then we need YOU!”
We are totally reliant on volunteers and donations.
The food pantry serves on average of 320 individuals every month, providing food for families to prepare at home. Shelves in the pantry are filled with food procured from the WNY Food Bank as well as purchased from donations.
Guests of the pantry select their groceries once a month (the pantry is open Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings.)
Monetary donations assist in paying the food bank around 14 cents a pound for food. Donations of personal items such as toothpaste, shampoo, soap, diapers and toilet paper are always welcome.
The volunteer Board of Directors of Care-n-Share and Associate Board worked toward getting the pantry a 501 c 3 status in 2015.
Food Pantry Hours:
Thursdays 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturdays 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
For emergencies or for more
information phone us at:
If you need us we’re here,
if you don’t need us,
then we need YOU!
Contact Lisa Klumpp at