The Food Pantry welcomes people in need to visit and choose food and personal items.
The Pantry has a store-like environment and is open five days a week. Staff offer guidance on healthy eating choices and the food found on the shelves helps promote nutrition. The individuals served by the Food Pantry come away not only with food to prepare meals but an understanding that affordable food choices can be healthy ones.
The Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry assists locals in need (on both sides of the Delaware River) with food and other items free of charge. Located in Lambertville in southern Hunterdon County, the Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry offers nutritious foods along with educational programs to promote healthy eating habits.
The Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry is stocked with donations and food choices change regularly, and availability is limited. We try to provide items to accommodate special diets whenever possible. You shop for what you need.
How to get Started
Stop by our office at 37 S Main St. Lambertville, NJ 08530, no appointment is necessary. You will be asked to complete an Intake Form during your first visit, and then once again each new year. Once the Intake Form is completed, you will be issued a Pantry Card. The Pantry card must be presented each time you visit the Pantry and you will be asked to sign in. A Volunteer will assist you with your shopping.
What You Will Find
- Meat, fish & poultry (frozen & canned)
- Fruit (fresh, frozen & canned)
- Vegetables (fresh, frozen & canned)
- Pasta & Sauces
- Snack foods & beverages
- Flour, sugar, salt, spices, and condiments
- Health & beauty supplies
- Household cleaning supplies & paper products
Plan Your Visit
We are grateful for the tremendous community support for our Food Pantry, which is entirely staffed by Volunteers. Fisherman’s Mark partners with GIANT Foods, NORWESCAP Food Bank, Rolling Harvest, and ShopRite. We also receive many donations of food from local farms, individuals, businesses, and group-led food drives. Thank you!!
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