The Community Action Food Pantry provides food baskets to income qualified clients and families in need. Clients need to call the CAP office at 258-2240 to make an appointment. The following information needs to be provided:
The Food Pantry is stocked primarily through donations. Food baskets are generally filled with enough food to last approximately 4 - 7 days, depending on our funding and donations received.
The Community Action Food Pantry accepts donations of food to keep the pantry filled. We accept both perishable and non-perishable food. Meat donations are accepted provided they are packaged through a licensed meat processor. Donations can be dropped off Mon - Fri 8:00 - Noon and 12:30 - 4:00 pm. All donations are tax-deductable.
Sportsman Against Hunger Program
Share your bounty with hungry North Dakotans!
What is Sportmen Against Hunger?
Sportman against Hunger (SAH) is a statewide venison donation program to help low income individuals meet their basic food needs. Community Action agencies along with sportsmen groups, service clubs and other sponsors assist with fund raising for processing venison and goose breasts to be distributed throughout the state of ND to food pantries and emergency food outlets.
How can you help?
Funds are needed to expand the program in some areas of the state. Funds donated help to cover costs of processing the game. The packaged venison is distributed to food pantries and other emergency food outlets throughout ND by Community Action agencies, volunteers and sportsmen club members.
If you have venison or goose to donate, contact one of these butcher shops:
Butcher Block Meats - Mandan. Contact Brian at 663-0558. HIdes must be off.
M&M Sausage and Meats - Bismarck. contact Terry or Bob at 224-8898,
West Dakota Meats - Bismarck. Contact Dave at 221-9142.
Hazen Meats - Hazen. contact Pam or Randy at 748-5600.
Kuntz Butcher Shop - Glen Ullin. Contact Dwight at 348-3635.
2K Meats and More, Beulah. Contact Keith at 873-2566.