We're so grateful to be in a community that's compelled to give and support our neighbors in these difficult times. If you're wondering what the best way to support the Food Shelf is right now, please consider making a financial contribution. Financial contributions allow us to purchase standard items that are best suited for pre-assembled distribution bags.
The Randolph Area Food Shelf is a nonprofit
501(c)3 tax-exempt organization; donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Checks should be made payable to "Randolph Area Food Shelf" and mailed to:
12 Prince St., Unit #3,
Randolph, VT 05060.
Donate online securely and directly to the Food Shelf using Paypal by clicking the red "Donate Now" button above.
PLEASE NOTE: CONSIDERING THE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND CAPACITY OF OUR VOLUNTEERS, WE HAVE TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED ACCEPTING DONATIONS OF FOOD.
Food donations can be dropped off at the Food Shelf during our open hours or by appointment.
Please observe our guidelines for acceptable quality: no leaking or rusty cans, no open boxes; canned goods should be no older than 18 months past their best-used-by date, cereal and pasta no older than six months past, and baby food should not be past.
If you have a large donation or would like to organize a food drive, please contact us in advance at .
If you'd like to donate to the Food Shelf, please consider items from our Wish List. Contributions of the following would be very much appreciated:
Staples such as flour, sugar, salt, and oil
Juice (100%) in quart and half-gallon sizes
Prepared meals and canned meats such as canned ravioli, beef stew, canned ham, chili, etc.
Personal care items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap and shampoo
Household items such as paper towels, toilet paper, tissues, and dish soap
Please note: We cannot accept opened packages or products past their expiration dates.
Jumbo-size containers or packages are less helpful than normal family-size items.