Last Updated: October 4, 2021

Most often, our food pantries can always use the following staples:

  • • Canned vegetables
  • • Canned fruits
  • • Canned meats
  • • Peanut butter
  • • Personal care items

You can check here to see if a particular Center has any specific needs.  God bless your support!


Dillsburg Center needs ketchup, mustard, mayo, diapers size 4 and up, all personal care items, hot cereals, canned lima beans, canned pears.

Dover Center needs Ramen noodles, Canned pasta (Spaghetti-O’s, Ravioli)Laundry Soap, Laundry Detergent, Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, condiments (ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, salad dressings).

Enola Center needs paper towels, trash bags, mayonnaise, jelly/jams, rice, canned fruit – pineapples & pears are most needed, canned veggies – like carrots, and mixed vegetables, canned pasta – like ravioli, canned tomatoes, sodas, and individual juices/drinks.

Hanover Center needs shampoo, bars of soap, disposable razors, dryer sheets, flavored rice, pasta side dishes, canned fruit, granola bars, and mac and cheese.

Littlestown Center needs diapers, laundry detergent, canned mixed vegetables, boxed pasta, canned carrots, and canned potatoes. (donations accepted on Wednesday’s and Thursday’s)

For our Littlestown church donations:

September – Crackers of any kind, saltines, ritz, chicken in a basket, etc.

October – Teabags, coffee

November – Cookie mixes

December – Pudding cups

Mechanicsburg Center needs canned veggies — we care good on green beans, canned tuna and chicken, shampoo/conditioner, bath soap, toothpaste, personal care items, and pasta — but we are all good on spaghetti! We also can use diapers sizes 4, 5, and 6.

New Oxford Center: needs butter, sugar, oatmeal, healthy individually wrapped snack food, hydrogen peroxide & bleach.

West Shore Center: grains (cereals, granola bars, rice, and oatmeal) and healthy kid-friendly snacks.



Yes! We accept frozen foods including turkey, hams, meats, etc.

Yes! We accept local grocery store coupons for free turkeys or free hams!