We are supported by a number of businesses, religious organizations,
and agencies in Portland, Maine.  
Our thanks goes out to them all.

 These organizations rescue food from various sources and make it available to us.

Good Shepherd Food Bank - We are members, distribute food from a large moving van at least once a year in the parking lot and participate in their Go, Slo, Whoa program to help our clients with healthy eating by distributing lower sodium vegetables and soups and making a cookbook, including supplying extra ingredients when needed. 

Wayside Food Rescue works with USDA, local grocery stores, Maine's Own Organic Milk, etc., to bring us supplies for the pantry.


Hannafords has given us reusable bags.

Churches and Synagogues contribute food and money.

Some of Bet Ha'am contributions Rosh Hashanah 2010Some of Allen Avenue's 83 cloth bags of food donated Earth Month, 2011Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church
Clark Memorial United Methodist Church
Congregation Bet Ha'am, South Portland
Jewish Family Services provides diapers.
St. Ansgar Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Joseph Parish Catholic Church
St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Stevens Avenue Congregational Church UCC
Trinity Episcopal Church
Woodfords UCC Church - A special thanks to Woodfords for housing the pantry.




FortuneBuilders, based in San Diego, CA at their annual conference in Portland contributes many grocery items to the pantry. Their organization is a philantropic one, helping those in need.

Standard Bakery and Big Sky Bakery for weekly donations of baked goods.

 Bangor Savings Bank for their generous contribution.

Town and Country Credit Union for their annual generous contribution

Altrusa for their annual contribution of over $1000 via their annual Empty Bowl event

The Annual Thanksgiving Day 4- Miler & Kid’s K sponsored by the Maine Running Company and New Balance Shoes whose Food Drive benefits Project FEED

The Choral Arts Society for contributing food and money brought to its annual Messiah Sing-a-Long

 Save a Lot on St. Johns Street, Portland for collecting food for the holidays

 for grant support