Okemos Community Food Pantry

The Okemos Community Food Pantry has served our Okemos neighbors for over 25 years. 

In 2021, with the support of our congregation and community, we were
able to support 1,386 individuals, averaging 39 households per month. 

Support comes in many forms including monetary donations and non-perishable food donations from our congregation, our neighboring churches, businesses, organizations and people in our community.
In addition, the Okemos Community Food Pantry benefits two times a year from Meijer Simply Give campaigns. 

Our pantry is affiliated with the Greater Lansing Food Bank and is supported by
volunteers and staff.  Currently, our appointment day is Wednesday, 9:30 am - 2:00 pm. 

If you are an Okemos resident in need (you live at a 48864 zip code), 

please call 517-349-4220 to set up an appointment. 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Donations and Support of Okemos Community Food Pantry

We are currently accepting non-perishable food, produce from community gardens, personal needs items and monetary donations to support the

Okemos Community Food Pantry. 

In compliance with the Greater Lansing Food Bank guidelines, we are accepting non-perishable food items, and personal needs items in a no contact setting. To limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, all donations can be dropped off Mon-Thurs 9am-2pm on the cart outside the main entrance. Please do not leave items outside of office hours. Thank You!

Questions about donations? Email the office at volunteer@okemosocc.org or call 517-349-4220.

Monetary Donations can be mailed to: 

Okemos Community Food Pantry

P.O. Box 680

Okemos, Michigan 48805

Checks can be made out to Okemos Community Church and on the Memo Line please state that you would like it to go to the Okemos Community Food Pantry.

Thank you for supporting Okemos Community Food Pantry, especially during the COVID-19 crisis!

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