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The Stroudwater Food Pantry (SFP) is a non-profit hunger relief agency that feeds the meal insecure in Southern Maine. The pantry is located on the first floor of the Stroudwater Christian Church at 1520 Westbrook Street, and open to the public for grocery distribution on Sundays from 1-3pm. As of January 2019 SFP has over 525 families actively enrolled to receive groceries, accounting for more than 1,700 people being fed on a reoccurring basis. Since opening in August 2015, SFP has collected and served over 170 tons of food, the equivalent of an estimated 851,000 meals, to people in the Greater Portland community in need of hunger relief. The Pantry relies solely on its dedicated team of volunteers to transport, sort and distribute the fresh and packaged foods to its clients.

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1520 Westbrook Street



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Maine Region:

Greater Portland and Casco Bay

How to Donate Your Time!

Volunteers Needed?

Age Requirement:



Volunteer  Requirement:

Info. on Donating Time:

Stroudwater Food Pantry has volunteer opportunities on Fridays and Sundays. We do not require any prior work experience to volunteer at our pantry. Students may volunteer at the age of 15+ without adult supervision, and 10-14 when accompanied by an adult.

How to Donate Your Stuff!

Material Donations Accepted?


Info. on Donating Goods:

Information on donating material goods:

Some of the stuff we need!

Please drop off on location on Fridays from 9:30am to 11am and Saturdays 11:30am to 12:30pm.

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How to Donate Your Money!

Monetary Donations Accepted?


Info. on Donating Money:

What do the donations help fund?

The Stroudwater Food Pantry is a 100% volunteer-run operation. All monetary donations will be used to purchase food staples for the pantry.

All links lead to a secure off-site page for making a donation.  Aside from providing a link, How to Help in Maine does not participate in the transaction in any way.  Most of the charities are 501(c)(3) and therefore tax deductible

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