We are a non-profit organization providing food to residents of Manchester and the surrounding communities.
We exist to provide affordable groceries to anyone! We rely on the generous donations of our business partners and consumers in order to continue to purchase food at low prices to meet the needs of the community.
We are open every Saturday from 9am to 11am. Customers are served on a first-come first-serve basis. They are invited to come and browse our selection of food. Our products may vary from week to week but may include items such as produce, frozen goods, bread and other bakery products, meats, candy, dairy, soda, home supplies and more! We appreciate a $10.00 minimum donation from each consumer.
We are a self-sustaining organization but our current business donations do not cover the cost of the food at this time. While we purchase food at a very low fee, we do appreciate our consumers donating nominally to assist us in continuing this service. We do, however, take needs in to consideration and do offer food to some customers even if they are unable to donate. The money we receive goes directly toward the purchase of food products and maintaining our facility.
Anyone! This is not your typical food pantry where the food is only provided to those in dire need. We are happy to provide food to everyone. All donations to the Shiloh Food Pantry enable us to purchase groceries to help those in need.
The Shiloh Food Pantry is run solely by volunteers. We need help on various weekdays picking up and unloading supplies. We need assistance on Saturdays before, during, and after our customer service hours.
We also accept monetary donations.
If you are interested in assisting us in any way, please contact Gerry St. Jean at 603-391-5741.
The Shiloh Food Pantry is run by a Board of Directors comprised of local businessmen in the greater Manchester area. It is also serviced by the board and our many volunteers who assist in the day-to-day operations.
The pantry is led by Gerry St. Jean. He is a veteran and has served as a law enforcement agent in local communities for over 45 years. Gerry has run Manchester area food pantries for the past 12 years. He is a compassionate, caring man whose heart is to serve those around him.