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HOW CAN I GET HELP?

Our pantry provides basic food to those who meet our eligibility criteria and live in the Village or Town of Wilson, or Wilson School District.

  • Located behind the St. Brendan's Church at 359 Lake St. Wilson NY 14172  in the village
  • Open every Tuesday between 2 and 8pm
  • Bring ID, proof of where you live, and proof of income (listed below) to help us determine your eligibility. 

HOW IS ELIGIBILITY DETERMINED?

1. ID for ALL in the household (drivers license, birth certificates, etc)

2, Proof of residency (utility bill, landlord statement, etc)

3.AND  Proof of income (any of the following will be accepted for proof of income (ALL income must be disclosed):

Your initial visit and every January you must provide the following items to verify proof of "income eligibility" by providing the following for ALL in the household:

  • DSS Client ID cards
  • 1040 forms
  • Paycheck stubs
  • Medicaid or SNAP cards
  • Pension retirement cards or statements
  • WIC cards
  • Unemployment Insurance paperworkROOF OF i any of the following will be accepted for proof of income (ALL income must be disclosed):
  • Your initial visit and every January you must provide the following items to verify proof of "income eligibility" by providing the following for ALL in the household:
  • DSS Client ID cards
  • 1040 forms
  • Paycheck stubs
  • Medicaid or SNAP cards
  • Pension retirement cards or statements
  • WIC cards
  • Unemployment Insurance paperworkAre your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.

HOW OFTEN CAN I GET FOOD?

The pantry distributes a 3 day supply of food every month , once every 4 weeks.

WHAT OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES CAN I RECEIVE AT THE PANTRY?

The Wilson Community Farmer's Market  is conveniently held the same day as the Food Pantry.   (4:30-7pm)


ADDITIONAL SUPPORT?:

  • Emergency Food
  • Holiday meals available when donations allow
  • Information on area soup kitchens and food distribution
  • Trained volunteers help shoppers make positive choices
  • Information on low-cost insurance information
  • Recipes