Food Pantry Drive

The Julian Center maintains a Food Pantry as an outreach service to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.  The program ensures that victims can continue to feed themselves and their children after ending abusive relationships.

 

Organizing a Food Drive

If you are interested in coordinating a food drive, please contact Alex Reuter at (317) 924-7001. Alex will gladly help you organize your drive and answer any questions you may have before you start. To download our Donation Drive card, click here.  To download our Food Pantry Drive flyer/poster, click here.
 

 
Helpful Information for your
Food Drive
 

 

Who does it help? 


Food from the pantry is offered to:
 
  • Clients exiting the shelter and the transitional housing programs
  • Victims receiving services from our outreach advocacy programs including those who work with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department
  • Clients receiving therapy in our counseling center who need assistance
  • Individuals referred from partnering service providers
  • Past clients who need further assistance

 

Made possible by you
  

The Food Pantry is stocked entirely with donations from individuals and groups throughout the community and local food drives.

 

Items needed


We can accept non-perishable items for our Food Pantry. Items commonly needed include:
 
  • Assorted Baby Foods
  • Baby Formula
  • Baby Juice / Pedialyte
  • Baking Mixes
  • Beans (dry or canned)
  • Box Meals (Hamburger Helper, etc.)
  • Canned Fruit
  • Canned Pastas (Spaghetti-O's, Ravioli, etc.)
  • Canned Proteins (tuna and chicken)
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Crackers
  • Jelly or Jam (Strawberry & Grape)
  • Juice Drinks
  • Oatmeal
  • Pancake Mix
  • Paper Towels
  • Pasta
  • Peanut Butter
  • Rice (1 to 2 lb bags)
  • Spaghetti & Spaghetti Sauce

* Gift certificates to local groceries are accepted to purchase fresh produce, meats, and dairy.
 
Food Pantry Drive
 Receiving provisions from the
Food Pantry helps families
as they build new
beginnings.
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