The Brookfield Food Pantry provides food for Brookfield residents in need. Eligibility for the pantry is determined by an intake review at the Social Services office. The Social Services Coordinator will ask the resident to verify their identity, residency, income, assets and financial situation through documentation. The pantry is open Tuesday mornings from 9:30am - 11:30am, the 3rd Thursday evening of every month from 5:00pm to 6:00pm, and other times by appointment for those who work or are in school and cannot come at the specified hours.
We gratefully accept donations of nonperishable food items and household supplies. If you choose to donate fresh vegetables and perishable items, please do call Social Services as we would need to place the items in the refrigerator/freezer. We gratefully accept grocery store, pharmacy and other gift cards gift cards. Financial donations are also accepted - checks should be made payable to Brookfield Social Services and a notation made "Food Pantry".
BROOKFIELD FOOD PANTRY NEEDS
Condiments: ketchup, mayo, mustard, salad dressing, and cooking oil
Tissues, toilet paper, and paper towels
Cleaning and laundry supplies, dish detergent
Toiletries: toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, bar soap, shampoo,
body wash, conditioners, deodorant and disposable razors
Canned soup, ravioli, chili, tuna and stews
Spam and any canned meats (chicken, turkey)
Beans: baked, black, kidney, white and pinto
Mac and cheese
Brookfield Food Pantry is located in the Brookfield Town Hall at 100 Pocono Road. The Food Pantry is on the first floor in Room 116.
Thank you for your support and generosity!
Please leave your items in the Food Pantry Drop during normal business hours. If you need assistance with unloading or want to schedule a food drive, please contact our office at 203-775-7312.
Brookfield Social Services and Brookfield Food Pantry are dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination on any basis including, but not limited to, race, creed, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, or physical defects.