Read the FAQs to learn more about how you and your family or team can help during the Thanksgiving holiday.
A: The food pantry has needs that are specific to the upcoming holiday season, plus a list of items that are needed for distribution throughout the year. Click here for a printable flyer.
Thousands of Morris County families rely on the Interfaith Food Pantry Network to help them celebrate a holiday meal. We start accepting Large Chickens, Turkeys and Hams on October 25th.
You can find our most needed Thanksgiving Items here.
A: Address for Drop off: 2 Executive Drive, Morris Plains, NJ 07950
Food can be delivered to the warehouse Monday – Thursday from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm and Fridays by appointment.
Night time drop offs will be on
Wednesday, November 8 & 15 until 7:45 pm.
Please keep fresh items separate and let us know you brought these items so we
can store them properly.
We will close at noon on Wednesday November 22nd and will be closed on Thanksgiving and the day after.
If you are doing a food drive please contact Shana at ext. 221 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your delivery.
A: Particularly at this time of year, our volunteers are very busy. If possible, please bring the food to our warehouse location: 2 Executive Drive, Morris Plains, NJ 07950
If necessary, we can arrange a pick-up. To do so, call 973-538-8049.
A: To allow our staff and volunteers to spend holiday with their families, the Interfaith Food Pantry Network is closed from noon on Wednesday, November 22nd (the day before Thanksgiving) through Sunday.
If you’d like to take action to help, join us for our annual Read Feed Run Turkey Trot, which takes place on Thanksgiving morning! Click here for more information.
A: Believe it or not we get more requests for help than we have work slots to fill! But we’d still love to hear from you. Please fill out a Volunteer Application and we will get back to you, but please be patient since call volume is very high.
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