During the month of March 2021, shoppers at the Brattleboro Food Coop "ROUNDed UP" and donated change to St. Brigid's Kitchen and Pantry.
Shoppers donated a total of $7,354.83.
Due to the pandemic, St. Brigid's Kitchen and Pantry has been unable to do their usual fundraisers this past year.
Carolyn Pieciak adds: "A big Thank You to the Brattleboro Food Coop and their wonderful shoppers who responded "Yes, I'll round up for St. Brigid's Kitchen". This makes up in our budget for the three fundraisers we were unable to do during the pandemic (that also leaves us with sore feet and bad backs). St. Brigid's will continue to feed our hungry neighbors healthy and nutritious meals and distribute produce and food boxes."
Thank you for your generous support!
Your generous support and donation will help us feed our community.
We are continuing our Drive In Pantry Box for 2021.
Every other Saturday from 3:30 pm until 5pm, St. Brigid's Kitchen is providing a Pantry box of food staples to anyone who would like one.
For 2021, here are the scheduled dates:
Please Note: Starting in April, times will be from 4pm - 5:30pm
A Pantry box could include:
Bagged lunches and pantry items:
Every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month
FROM: 11:30 a.m until 12:30 p.m.
WHERE: 38 Walnut Street
The Grey House with the Yellow Door
St. Brigid's Free Farm Stand was built by Robbie Harrison and sits in the side yard (outside St. Brigid's) on Walnut Street, offering food to all in need.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays the stand has fresh bread products and other staples donated by Hannaford's Supermarket.
On Wednesdays the stand offers fresh veggies, frozen meats when available and other food items from the Vermont Food Bank.
We often have donations from area farmers and others throughout the month.
Please come and visit. All are welcome!
This free farm stand was built through the generosity of the following people and organizations:
Thank you all for making Brattleboro the caring community that it is!
for their $1000 donation of essential foods during this Christmas season!
To help our neighbors who have been impacted by the current pandemic, St. Brigid's Kitchen and Pantry in collaboration with Foodworks, offered boxes filled with delicious food for a Christmas meal.
Food boxes were distributed in front of St. Brigid's Kitchen (38 Walnut Street).
on Sunday, December 20th.
Fresh vegetables were included and donated from the Vermont Foodbank.
Hams were generously donated from
Pete's Tire Barn.
Brigid's Kitchen is a totally volunteer ministry run by five teams of dedicated, hard working and committed community members.
From its inception, Brigid's Kitchen has operated and relies solely on the goodness and generosity of others.
Contact us if you are interested in volunteering or wish to donate food or funds to help us achieve our mission.
Due to the corona virus St. Brigid's Kitchen is temporarily closed to protect guests and our volunteers.
HOWEVER......Bagged Pantry Items are available!
A bag of pantry items items could contain an assortment of canned fruit, soups, vegetables, fresh fruit and vegetables, pasta, bread, frozen meals, desserts or canned meals.
These bagged pantry items are available:
Monday and Thursday from 11:30am until 12:30pm and located in front of St. Brigid's kitchen, under the tents.
For Immediate Need:
In case of immediate need, food supplies ARE AVAILABLE.
Please contact St. Brigid's Kitchen by calling: 802.558.6072 or through this website "Contact Us".
These households included 387 adults and children.
Your continued support benefits many needy people facing food insecurity during these cold winter times. Thank you.
Many people have benefited from available warm clothing but also clothing appropriate for job inteviews. Once again, thank you for supporting the clothing program.