2018 a year to remember

Thanks to all the people and businesses who donated time, money, and food. Through November 30, 2018, on average, we served over 221 guests per month. Our donations came from food drives from St. James, Shir Shalom, the US Post Office, Wassail Weekend, the Woodstock Health and Fitness Center, many banks, Woodstock Farmer’s Market, Our Lady of the Snows, Pentangle, Prosper Valley School, SOAK and gardeners around town who brought in their surplus vegetables. Our largest food drive, taking in over 1300 pounds, came from a combined effort from Shillen and Mackall Law Office with the help of Vermont Radio and Television Stations and Lebanon Co-op.
The food shelf is totally run by volunteers. Money donations come in from inside and outside Vermont. We are committed to helping our neighbors in need and we could not do it without the help of the whole community. Thanks to everyone who helped, in whatever way, big or small.

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Friends of Woodstock Community Food Shelf
Food Wishlist
  • pasta
  • spaghetti sauce
  • hot and cold cereal
  • canned tuna
  • canned soups and stews (preferable low sodium)
  • canned fruit and vegetables (preferably low sugar and low salt)
  • peanut butter
  • coffee
  • baked beans
  • boxed macaroni & cheese