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Share Food Program partners with more than 100 pantries across Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Delaware counties to provide free food and resources to neighbors in need.

With their support and yours, we nourish hundreds of thousands of individuals, more than half of whom are children and senior citizens.

Distribution Hubs

Share Food Program’s main warehouse and food banking center is located in North Philadelphia, which is also home to our Nice Roots Farm and volunteer packing operations.

Share is now renovating two recently-acquired warehouses in Delaware County and Montgomery County, allowing us to reinforce emergency response efforts and improve food access for all residents and pantries in the region.

Our distribution hubs house the food, water, paper products, household essentials, books, and other necessities that are transported to our vast network of community-facing pantries, partner agencies, and directly to the homes of seniors and people with disabilities.

Philadelphia Warehouse

2901 W. Hunting Park Avenue,
Philadelphia, PA 19129

Madeleine Weko
Philadelphia Pantry Program Director

Montgomery County Warehouse

1111 N. Broad Street,
Lansdale, PA 19446

Carla Clanagan
Montgomery County Director

Delaware County Warehouse

101 Amosland Road,
Holmes, PA 19043

Ellie Crowell
Delaware County Program Director

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Find a Partner Pantry Near You

This map shows Share Food Program’s various pantry locations.



What to expect if you’re visiting a Share pantry

Use the Find Food map or call 215-223-2220.

Go to a pantry in the county you live in. Some pantries have specific service areas within the county. If you live outside the pantry’s service area, call 215-223-2220 or use the Find Food map to find an alternative.

Yes. If a pantry is selling food or asking for a donation, please call 215-223-2220.

Yes, once a year. The required form asks for your name, address, family size, income level, and signature. You do not need to provide proof.

Some pantries ask for ID to confirm you live in their service area. If you don’t have an ID, you will still get food. If you have a Share Pantry Customer Card, bring it.

If possible, please bring a bag, box, or cart. Some pantries have materials to help with food transportation.

Usually a mix of canned, fresh, and frozen foods. Some pantries give a package of food. Other pantries ask you to choose what you want. For specific questions, call your local pantry using the Find Food map.

This varies, but most pantries will adjust based on household size.


This is different at each pantry. Call the pantry using the Find Food map to find out.

For home delivery, call 215-223-2220.

For emergency help, call 215-223-2220.

Yes, you can be a “proxy” to pick up for someone else. The recipient needs to agree, and the proxy needs to bring ID.

At most sites, you do not need an appointment. All pantries hours are on the Find Food map.

This is different at each pantry. Call the pantry using the Find Food map to find out.

Some pantries offer drive-through, but most do not. Drive-through pantries should serve you even if you don’t have a car.

This is different at each pantry. Call the pantry using the Find Food map.

Share pantries will serve you no matter what language you speak. Most pantries use Google to translate. Some pantries have staff or volunteers who speak other languages.

Pantries are either accessible or they provide accommodations for anybody who needs food. If a pantry does not give you food, please call 215-223-2220.

No, as long as the person meets the income guidelines they can participate.


This is different at each pantry. Call the pantry using the Find Food map to find out.

Most pantries do not offer cooked meals. Call the pantry using the Find Food map to find out.

If there aren’t enough Share pantries in your area, call 215-223-2220.

What to expect if your organization is applying to be a Share pantry

What does my organization need to be eligible for the Pantry Program?

Share looks for partners who are:

  • A non-profit organization
  • Able to hold weekly food distributions
  • Able to store frozen, fresh, and shelf-stable food
  • Able to fulfill United States Department of Agriculture reporting and Civil Rights requirements
  • Sufficient volunteer support for pantry operations
  • Located in an area of high need that is not being served by current Share Pantry partners

Share trains partner sites on requirements.

How do we apply to join the Pantry Program?

Fill out our online interest form. You will be contacted within a week by the appropriate pantry team.

Will I join the Pantry Program if I apply online?

Because of limited governmental resources, Share cannot serve every pantry who applies. We choose new partners based on overall need in an area, poverty statistics, and racial equity. Waitlists vary by program and are updated periodically.

Can Pantry Partners pick up food at your warehouse?

No, we only offer delivery.

What are the reporting requirements for a Share Pantry Partner?

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) requires Pantry Partners to submit these numbers each month:

  • Total households served
  • Total children served
  • Total adults served
  • Total seniors served
  • New individuals served
  • New households served

Fight Hunger in Your Neighborhood

Are you an organization looking to partner with Share Food Program to build food security in your neighborhood?

Tell us more here.