Project Manna Food Pantry

Project Manna food pantry helps individuals and families who cannot afford to buy sufficient food, either temporarily or long-term. If you or your family is in this situation, call us for an intake interview.

As with all Family Services programs, information about those who use Project Manna is kept confidential.

We also provide supplemental holiday food for the Jewish New Year, Hanukkah and Passover and assist with seeking SNAP (Food Stamps) and other benefits where necessary.

The pantry is supported by individual monetary and food donations, Project Manna Monthly Sponsors; the community wide High Holy Day Food Drive and Annual Fore 4 Kids Golf Tournament.

For more information on this project, email Whitney Poole, Family Services Manager, at

Through the generosity of contributors all over our area, J Pantry has helped many people who don’t have a shoulder to lean on. We provide many different items on a weekly basis and below you can find a short list of our most needed items.


J Pantry Shopping List

Canned Tuna– Solid White in Water
Tomato sauce– Hunt’s Original Style, Plain (meatless)
Canned fruit– Pears, Peaches, Pineapple (prefer no added sugar)
Baked beans– Bush or Heinz vegetarian
Granola Bars/Soft Breakfast
Low Sugar Cereals
Laundry detergent
Toilet paper
Dish soap


Family Services can help you:

  • Learn if you are eligible for SNAP benefits
  • Answer your questions about the SNAP program
  • Understand how to use the SNAP EBT card
  • Renew your benefits

If you or your family is in a situation of need, call us for an intake interview.

To learn more about SNAP and other community services, click here.