Flint Hills Food Recovery

Want to help reduce wasted food and provide to those in need?

Community organizations and individuals are needed to transport unused food from restaurants, caterers, and grocery store donors to food assistance organizations that supply food to community members in need.

Be a Volunteer for Flint Hills Food Recovery

Food and Farm Council Food Insecurity Community Action Team

Current initiatives are focused on adding more Blessing Boxes in the county, seeking additional free communal meal sites in high needs neighborhoods in Manhattan and rural communities, and creating solutions to get food to people and lowering barriers of getting people to food. We need volunteers to build Blessing Boxes, help stock boxes, serve as a new free communal meal site, help create a solution to make it easier for people to access food, such as a mobile pantry, and assist with communications to the public for better awareness of food distribution opportunities.

Cats’ Cupboard: The K-State Food Pantry

A campus food pantry providing perishable & non-perishable food, hygiene products, and gently used kitchen supplies to currently enrolled K-State students, staff, faculty and visiting scholars.

Donate:
In-Person: 009 Fairchild Hall, inquire about free parking!
K-State Student Union: Donation drop-off, main floor, next to the Cats’ Den
Amazon Wish List for direct deliveries: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2JBVWCFGRCZWF?ref_=wl_share
Financial Contributions: KSU Foundation, account C19205/ https://give.evertrue.com/ksu/catscupboard

Common Table

People interested in assisting with meal prep and service can contact our e-mail address.

Community Food Basket Serving Northern Riley

Contact us for volunteering.

Temple of Peace Pantry

Mondays & Thursdays 12-3pm

Saturdays 8am-12pm

No qualifications required.

Harvesters

Volunteer at local mobile distribution sites for food pickup.

Konza Student Table

Volunteer for Wednesday night non-contact drive by or walk up distribution of meals to KSU students.

Donate time! Click to register for a time-slot at: Konza Student Table: Konza Student Table (signupgenius.com)

Mt. Zion Pantry

Open Wednesdays 4-6pm

No qualifications required.

Ogden Community Meal

Volunteers that can prepare and serve a monthly meal are welcomed. Contact us to sign up.

Ogden Friendship House

We are always in need of volunteers. Contact us for how to help.

Peace-Full Pantry

The Peace-full food pantry is now open to the Manhattan Community.
We are here to ensure your home pantry is full because
all people deserve a healthy meal, no questions asked.
Enter the west church door on
Sundays between 2 and 4 p.m.,
Tuesdays from 2 and 5 p.m., or
Thursdays from 5 and 7 p.m.
No restrictions, qualifications, hoops to jump through.  Come as needed and get enough food to get you through the week.