Thank you to our dedicated volunteers!! As we give thanks for all of our blessings this year, the Food Pantry would like to thank all parishioners who faithfully donate food and money to the Pantry and to the annual Thanksgiving Basket project. Our Parish is fortunate to have such generous parishioners who donate consistently to this ministry. We could not operate the Food Pantry without our dedicated volunteers. A big thank you to our weekly Tuesday and Thursday crews: Joyce Baptista, Nancy Benoit, Helen Blais, Charles Blanchette, Debbie Chamberland, Sue Farina, Terry Glaude, Cathy Heath, Roland Houle, Diane Labrecque, Muriel Newton, Beth Plante, and Sue Rennie, and to our shoppers: John Heroux and Mike Richardson, who pick up 800-1000 pounds of food from the RI Food Bank each week and restock our shelves.
A big thank you to Scout Troop 2! Troop 2 recently participated in the annual Statewide food drive. All the food collected in Woonsocket was brought to our Food Pantry. The Scouts along with their leaders and parent volunteers sorted and boxed all the food they picked up and delivered 80 boxes and 3 shopping carts full of a great assortment of cans, boxes and packages of food. This amount of food will help us stock our shelves for many months and we appreciate their hard work!!!
First Sunday of each month is our pantry Sunday.
Holy Trinity Food Pantry is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 1:30 to 2:30. Food Pantry is located at the former Msgr. Gadoury school library. Enter by the door at the far end of the Parish Center.
The Food Pantry provides food and nutritional assistance to people in the Woonsocket and North Smithfield communities. The food is provided by members of Holy Trinity .