We are happy to report the Kauai North Shore Food Pantry received it’s official nonprofit status notification. The Food Pantry was conceived over 2 years ago and has been operating as a nonprofit being part of the Christ Memorial Episcopal Church’s community projects. The goal has always been to become an independent nonprofit organization. This […]
Do you have a hungry cat or dog? Because we recognize that our furry friends are hungry too, the Kauai North Shore Food Pantry now offers bags of dog and cat food twice a month. It is available the second and fourth Saturdays. This past Saturday we had a record amount of fresh produce […]
Kauai North Shore Food Pantry is starting 2017 with added services. We have increased the Drugstore days to the first and third Saturday of every month. On these days we offer personal care items such as toothpaste, toilet paper, diapers, and shampoo and on occasion have things like socks. As always, the items available depend […]
The Food Pantry was open New Year’s Eve Day. Everyone was in good spirits and there was ample food. Last month (December), the North Shore Food Pantry gave away 8,201 pounds of dry, canned and refrigerated food plus 639 pounds of donated produce. The 336 volunteer hours helped get this food to 636 friends and […]
The Food Pantry was open as usual on Christmas Eve Day. Everyone was in good spirits, happy to be making the holidays merry for our friends and neighbors in need. This week we were especially grateful for a large contribution of produce from One Song Farm. We gave away over 70 lbs of organic kale, […]
Saturday, December 10,2016 Kauai North Shore Food Pantry showed it’s appreciation for all the hard work of the volunteers with a delicious dinner. The dinner was from Hanalei Gourmet and enjoyed by all.
Christ Memorial Episcopal Church commemorated the second anniversary of its food pantry with a special celebration for its food pantry ohana Saturday. Since its inception in 2014, the CMEC Food Pantry has been steadily growing, and in the second year of operation, fed 2,292 shoppers, representing food for 7,713 people and family members.
We have leased a used van to carry our hundreds of pounds of food items from the Lihue area Food Banks to our Parish Hall every Friday. We had been borrowing the vehicles of friends and parishioners, but because of the wear and tear on others’ trucks, this was not a sustainable solution to our […]