Lion's Pantry in need of non-perishable food items
The top non-perishable items at this time are as follows:
- Chunky soups
- Tomato soup
- Peanut Butter in plastic
- Jelly in plastic
- Canned Green Beans
- Canned Corn
All donations can be brought to the Crossroads Methodist Church, and there will a box at the front door where you may place any donations.
“THE LION’S PANTRY” is a self-sustaining pantry, dependent on donations from parents and community members. We currently service 24 students and their families. Our numbers have been increasing since the pandemic outbreak. Many of our citizens no longer are working and desperately need the help of those more fortunate. If as many people as possible would donate a few items, we can meet the needs of our current pantry recipients and future ones as well. We ask each of you to be as generous as possible as I believe the requests for food from the Lion’s Pantry will continue to grow. Together, we can feed the less fortunate. Click here for more information about how the Lansing's Lion's Pantry has been helping our community.
Under the current "normal," we relocated the pantry to the Crossroads Methodist Church where the church members graciously allow us to operate. A special thanks to one of its members, Jean Gaslin, who has been the director of our pantry for the last year. All donations can be brought to the Crossroads Methodist Church, and there will a box at the front door where you may place any donations.
We thank you in advance for your donations. Your generosity will keep our pantry operational during this difficult time.