Time & Location
2203 S. Anderson Road Rock Hill, SC 29704
3rd Saturday of the month, 10:00a – 11:00a
2200 Brookneal Dr, Gastonia NC 28054
4th Wednesday of the month, 6:30p – 7:15p
The Lakeshore Pantry exists to provide individuals and families of York & Gaston Counties with gifts of food during difficult economic seasons. Lakeshore Christian Fellowship began this endeavor in the summer of 2010. Currently we offer a food give from two different locations on the third Saturday of every month.. At each location everyone is warmly welcomed, served refreshments and then given an inspirational Christ centered devotional message before the food is distributed. On average we serve approximately 80 families, totaling 240 bags of food, weighing approximately 2,000 lbs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How To Receive Food? Simply show up to The Lakeshore Pantry at the designated give times listed to the left. You will need to fill out a short form upon arrival. All food is given out on a first come first serve basis.
What You Should Expect to Receive? You should expect to receive 2 bags of groceries that consist of dry goods and non-perishable items such as canned vegetables, canned fruits, soups, rice, cereal, etc.
How To Get Involved? To volunteer, donate food, operating resources, or other items, please contact Pastor Robert Rosales by email at RRosales@nullLakeshoreCF.com We currently are in need of food (boxes of cereal and canned goods), chest freezers, a box truck, as well as other items. To make a cash donation make all checks out to Lakeshore Christian Fellowship and in the memo line write Pantry.
Food currently being accepted: Rice Cereal, Canned Soup, Crackers, Canned Vegetables, Canned Fruit, Canned Meat (tuna, chicken, etc.) , Peanut Butter (Plastic Jars), Jelly (Plastic Jars), Pasta, Pasta Sauce (Plastic Jars), Boxed Potatoes, and Beans.