Every Monday: 9:30-11:00 AM
Families and friends seeking assistance: Please arrive after 8:30 on Monday mornings. Parking lots will be closed to clients prior to 8:30.
Donors and volunteers make the Pantry’s work possible. Special thanks to:
Thanks to the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of Windham for a very successful Scouting for Food drive!
The Scouts, fueled by Munchkins and apple cider, collected and helped sort 3420 items: 35% more than last year. These items will be distributed to our friends and neighbors in need.Thanks Scouts! Great job
For the third year in a row Zoe Markis asked guests to her birthday party to bring donations to Shepherd’s Pantry rather than birthday gifts. Thanks Zoe!
The Happy Feet Dance School of Windham, which organized a Holiday Fundraiser and collected $3500 for the Shepherd’s Pantry. Thanks so much!
Brownie Troop 22200, helped by Brownie Troop 10763 and Junior Troop 10536 for their generous donation of Girl Scout Cookies to the Pantry. Everybody needs a box of Girl Scout Cookies! And special thanks to their parents and Cookie Mom Amanda Laws!
Last year Zoe Makris asked guests to her eigth birthday party to bring donations to Shepherd’s Pantry rather than birthday gifts. This year Zoe was again thoughtful and generous and asked her guests to bring donations to the Pantry once more. Thank you Zoe!
The Merrimack Valley Trail Riders, who collected $1422 in cash donations and 151 food items for the Pantry during their 9th Annual John Russo Memorial Fall Challenge at the Landry Ranch in Windham. A great, fun event for a good cause!
The Boy and Girl Scouts of Windham (and their parents) for collecting over 3560! items during their Scouting for Food Drive. Your work is a great service to our friends and neighbors in need.
Jared Theordore, who collected food and donations for the Shepherd’s Pantry at his birthday party instead of gifts. So kind and considerate to think of others less fortunate on your birthday. Happy Birthday Jared!
Windham Cub Scouts Den #1 Pack #263. The Cub Scouts did a Community Service Project for Shepherd’s Pantry. They came to the Pantry on a Monday morning to help sort groceries and produce. Then they raised money to purchase food for the Pantry at the Windham Shaw’s. Because they bought so much food, they received many Shaw’s Monopoly tickets — too many for the boys to check in the store. Later one of the Den Mothers found that they had won $5000 worth of groceries at Shaws! The Cub Scouts decided to donate the $5000 to the Pantry, since they had been shopping for the Pantry when they won.
Zoe Makris and her Mom Jennifer for a very special donation to the Shepherd’s Pantry. Zoe just turned eight years old. As her birthday was close to Christmas, she didn’t need more toys, so Zoe and her Mom decided to ask Zoe’s friends to make a donation to the Shepherd’s Pantry in lieu
of birthday presents. They sent out party invitations with the Pantry’s website and some donation suggestions. This week Zoe and her Mom stoppd by the pantry with 10 bags of food, household and personal care items. Thanks Zoe, you set a great example for all of us!
Windham Shaw’s and their customers for a very successful Spirit of Giving Campaign. Shaw’s collected cash donations from their customers from Thanksgiving until January 1st and hosted two Open Houses attended by Shepherd’s Pantry volunteers. The donations collected provided 267 boxes of food to the Pantry. That’s four pickup truck loads! Thanks to Shaw’s and their customers, you really made a difference.
The Girl and Boy Scouts of Windham, their parents, and Windham residents who participated in the Scouting for Food Drive. Together the Scouts collected and sorted over 4100 food and household items for the Pantry!
Chase Terranova, for our great new website artwork.
Patrick McHale who had the great idea to keep the Windham Restaurant open on Sunday February 22, 2015 for a special fundraiser in support of Shepherd’s Pantry. His enthusiasm convinced many local businesses to make donations for lots of raffles. And for those in attendance who wanted to have some fun, Patrick ran a bingo type game called a “Meat Roll Off.” The fundraiser was a great success thanks to his hard work.
Susan Grubbs, who was searching for a clever way to celebrate her husband’s 50th birthday. Because his birthday fell on Pi day (3/14/15) she decided to celebrate by buying 50 pies that her husband could donate to the Shepherd’s Pantry. The families of Shepherd’s Pantry appreciate their