Helping Feed Our Community Since 1992
Shepherd’s Pantry is open to anyone who resides in New Hampshire and needs assistance. The pantry serves approximately 100 families every week. Each family is provided with one or two bags of groceries plus meat, fresh vegetables, bread, eggs, milk, pastry and some personal/health items.
The Pantry operates every Monday morning as a drive through from the Windham Presbyterian Church parking lot. The operations of Shepherd’s Pantry are carried out by a dedicated group of volunteers who, each week, shop for food, pick up regular donations from supermarkets and bakeries, fill the shelves and freezers and then bag the food and distribute it to our clients each Monday morning.
The mission of Shepherd’s Pantry is to provide food assistance to those in need in Southern New Hampshire. With the support of local individuals and organizations, Shepherd’s Pantry assists in providing basic food and grocery items for families experiencing food insecurity.
Board of Directors
Laurie Johnson: President
Jan Sansoucie: VP
Tom DeWitt: VP & Secretary
Diane Bourque: Treasurer
Gloria Loureiro: Asst. Treasurer
Liz Cochrane: Director
Interested in volunteering with Shepherd’s Pantry?
Shepherd’s Pantry is run solely by unpaid volunteers and their time and effort are essential to our mission of providing food assistance to those in need in New Hampshire.
There are a variety of ways to get involved including Monday Distribution, various food pick ups throughout the week, grocery bag assembly and Turkey Trot volunteer positions.
To volunteer, please complete our form.