Mom's Pantry


Mom’s Pantry accepts donations of both food and money to help us meet our goals. Unless otherwise designated, all donated funds are used to purchase food and hygiene items for distribution to our guests. Facility and administrative costs are separately funded.

Mom’s pantry food donations are always welcome, here is a helpful list of what we need: canned fruit, canned vegetables, boxed mac and cheese, canned soup, peanut butter, canned chicken, canned tuna, spaghetti, cereal, granola bars, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, bar soap and toilet paper. Donations can be dropped off at Mom’s Pantry Sat 9-2 and Sunday 9-1.

Please call the office at 602-992-0083 to arrange a time during the week to drop off your donation.




Thank you for your interest in volunteering! We appreciate you taking the time to serve with us. Volunteers have the opportunity of packing bags, stocking shelves or checking in guests.

Volunteer hours are Saturdays 9:00 am – 2:30 pm and Sundays 9 am – 1:30 pm. It is important to arrive promptly at 9:00am as we have a meeting and discuss work assignments for the day. Mom’s Pantry is open to guests from 10:00am to 2:00pm on Saturday and 10:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday. We ask that volunteers stay until the end of day tasks are completed and the last guest has been served and left the Pantry.

Mom’s Pantry allows children 9 through 15 years old to volunteer with their parent or guardian. Ages 16 and 17 may volunteer on their own. All prospective volunteers must complete a volunteer application and consent form for their age or the age of their children. These forms can be found online at

Release Form

After you complete the first link above, anyone 18+ will receive an additional email to complete a background check if we do not already have a current one on file. Once the application and background check are approved, you will be contacted and provided info on how to sign up on the volunteer schedule.

Host a Food Drive

Hosting a food drive is a fun way to help those in need across the Valley. Why not host a food drive at your work, at your church, school or in your community?

Make a difference in your community

For more information on how to volunteer, host a food drive, donate food or provide financial assistance, please contact Mom’s Pantry Director, Pam Trudeau, at (602) 992-0083, or by email.

For information regarding business donations and grants, please contact Pam Trudeau.

Through Purchases

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Other Options

Give a Gift of Tribute (in Honor of)
Planned Giving (in a will/Trust)
Host a Fundraiser
Mail a Check
Corporate Workplace Giving & Matching