Donate to the Fort Madison Food Pantry
The Fort Madison Food Pantry relies on the generosity of our community through fund and food drives to help those in Lee County who are food insecure (the consistent lack of healthy foods). In addition to donated foods, we partner with the Food Bank of Iowa and our local groceries to purchase items to help fill our shelves. Hunger hurts—not just the individual, but the entire community. It damages mental and physical health and lowers learning in school and performance at work. But, with neighbors helping neighbors, we can improve the overall fabric of our community. Your generous support of the Food Pantry’s efforts expresses your love of our community and its citizens. Thank you!
The Fort Madison Food Pantry is operated entirely by volunteers. Each year, we benefit from approximately 5,000 hours of volunteer time. Help your neighbors in need and give back to your community by becoming a volunteer!
Hunger never sleeps, and the need for relief is greater than ever. Right now, nearly 1 in 7 residents of Lee County struggles with hunger. You can make the difference in your neighbors’ lives. By donating food or funds to Fort Madison Food Pantry, you’ll provide direct assistance to a neighbor in need!
- Host a food or fund drive through your workplace, church, school, or civic organization
- Contribute grocery items from your pantry to ours
- Donate funds to help Fort Madison Food Pantry purchase food.
Sign up to become a volunteer by contacting us at 319-372-8071