"When I was hungry, you gave me something to eat" (Matthew 25:35). The Greene Street food pantry was established in 1995 by a Sunday School class with a godly burden to feed the hungry.
Our pantry is glad to serve you each Monday and Wednesday from 10-11 A.M.
We offer quality food with no income requirements and no questions asked, although items received may be limited. We ask that recipients limit their visits to once monthly to ensure enough food is available for others. Families who use the Food Pantry are required to check in at the Caldwell Street entrance.
With many thanks, we acknowledge the generous contributions received from:
Greene Street Congregation
Piqua Bike Fest
Red Lobster of Piqua
The Donnelly Donor Advised Fund
of the Piqua Community Foundation
The Piqua Chapter of the American Legion
The French Oil Company
Boy Scout/Cub Scout Food Drives
U.S. Postal Food Drive
America's Farmers 2015 Award Recipient
Treon Barber Shop
Heartland Rehabilitation Center