“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me…”
Matthew 25:35

Our mission is to:

Provide food to those in need of assistance,
Encourage good nutrition,
Increase self-sufficiency and
Give hope to those who may have none.

How Can You Help? Volunteer!

  • Run a Food Drive (great for Girl and Boy Scouts, Camp, Bible School, Community Organizations, etc.). Download a Food Drive Kit Here.
  • We always need food. While you are out shopping, pick an item from the list below and drop it off at the food bank anytime. Corner of Church and Birch!
  • Have a large vehicle? We need help with picking up our food supplies! Please email us at info@boontonfoodpantry.org.
  • We need people to help organize fundraisers. Have that skill? Reach out to us!
  • We need to start to reach out to companies for donations – especially for personal products. Can you help? Let us know.

Hours & Location

Located on the ground level of the First Presbyterian Church of Boonton. Access from the parking lot. 513 Birch St., Boonton NJ 07005

Open to all those with food insecurities in Boonton and surrounding communities.

Loaves and Fishes Pantry hours for clients
(located at 513 Birch Street):

Wednesday: 4 pm to 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am to 11 am

Boonton Food Pantry at the Municipal Building
hours for clients
(located at 100 Washington Street):

Tuesday and Thursday: 1:00 – 3:00 pm

Donations Humbly Accepted

Makes Checks payable to Loaves and Fishes Boonton Community Food Pantry, 513 Birch Street, Boonton, NJ 07005

List of Items to donate, based on need:

Rice (max 3 lb size)
Shelf Life Milk
Canned Chicken or Turkey
Pancake syrup
Ketchup and Mayonnaise
Salad Dressings
Cold Cereal

Flour/Baking Items
Evaporated Milk
Personal Products: Shampoo, Bar Soap
Diapers, sizes 4, 5 & 6
Baby Wipes

Join the Pound-A-Month Club

Monthly Pledge = Pounds of Food
$4 = 25 pounds of food
$8 = 50 pounds of food
$16 = 100 pounds of food
$32 = 200 pounds of food
$48 = 300 pounds of food
$80 = 500 pounds of food