BCHG operates three community food pantries located in Penndel, Doylestown and Milford Square. Our food pantries are independently operated and funded. BCHG is entirely responsible for the maintenance of and staffing of the three sites.
Every food drive, every donation makes a difference. Scroll down the page for easy “how-to-run-a-food-drive” instructions. If you don’t have time to run a food drive you can donate online right now: click on the donate button to designate your donation for use at the food pantry! We don’t want to turn anyone away and say “sorry we can’t help; no food for you.” If you donate to BCHG you know the food donation goes directly onto the shelves at pantries here in Bucks County. We are proud to collaborate with Philabundance, Bucks County Opportunity Council’s Food and Nutrition Network and the Hunger and Nutrition Coalition, but the majority of our food donations and ALL of the financial donations come from the community. For more information about accessing the pantry, to volunteer, or donate foods please contact the Community Food Pantry nearest you.
BCHG Pantry at Doylestown: Maddie ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 215-345-4311 x101 BCHG Pantry at Penndel: Trish~ email@example.com Phone: 215-750-4344 x102 BCHG Pantry at Milford Square: Maddie~ firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 215-529-5519 x101
Monday 9:30 am -12:30 pm (Line closes at 12:15 pm) Closed July 4 (Independence Day) Wednesday 9:30 am -12:30 pm (Line closes at 12:15 pm) Thursday: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm (Line closes at 7:45 pm)
Wednesday 5:30 pm-8:00 pm (Line closes at 7:45 pm) Thursday 10:3o am- 1:30 pm (Line closes at 1:15 pm) Sunday 10:30 am- 1:00 pm (Line closes at 12:45 pm) Closed July 3 (Independence Day Weekend)
Tuesday: 3:00- 6:30 pm .
Protein: Canned meats such as tuna, chicken and salmon. Beans, canned or dried. Split peas and lentils, or peanut butter Grain: Pasta, brown rice or quinoa. Oatmeal or breakfast cereals (whole grain or low sugar). Dairy: Shelf stable milk, non-fat dried powder milk, dry-grated Parmesan cheese. Prepared meals: Pasta sauces, stews, canned pasta, baked beans, Mac &Cheese Other items: Olive oil, canola oil, low sodium/no salt added broths, lemon juice or vinegar. Spices such as salt, pepper, cinnamon, oregano, parsley, chili powder or dill. Fruits: Canned fruit in its own juice, 100% fruit juice Vegetables: Especially carrots, potatoes, yams, tomatoes Baking goods: Cake mix, flour, sugar Healthy Snacks Fresh Produce that does not require refrigeration: Onions, Garlic, Oranges, Carrots, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Apples, Pears, Bananas.
Food Drives are a fun and easy way to make a big contribution- please call 215 345 4311 x101. For more information about accessing the pantry or to volunteer, or donate food please contact the Community Food Pantry nearest you: our Staff are there to answer your questions!