Clarksville Food Pantry

Volunteer Newsletter

October 2023

Distributing Supplemental Food For Adults, Children, & Especially Seniors, Who Lack An Adequate Supply

Volunteer Highlight

Gardeners Have Fun

Help Others with their Work

Upcoming Pantry Schedule

October 2023

October 4th & October 7th

St Catherine Catholic Church

October 11th & October 14th

St John Baptist Church

October 18th & October 21st

St Luke Baptist Church

October 25th & October 28th

St Timothy’s Episcopal Church

November 2023

November 1st & November 4th

Union Chapel Baptist Church

November 8th & November 11th

Averett Baptist Church

November 15th & November 18th

Cherry Hill Baptist Church

November 22nd & November 25th

Clarksville Lions Club

November 29th & December 2nd 

Clarksville Presbyterian Church

Pantry Item of the Month

October's Non-Grocery Item

Please add one box of tissues to each #1 pantry box. Limit one per family.

Holiday Gift Cards Coming Soon

Once again, the Clarksville Food Pantry will be offering $25 gift cards from Food Lion to assist families with their holiday meals. The gift cards will be distributed with the November and December #1 pantry boxes. There is a limit of one gift card each month per household.

Community Partners

Thanksgiving Community Dinner Returns

Save the Date

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2023


Clarksville Community Center

More details to follow.

Looking for Something Fun to Do?

CANstruction is back for another year of competition and jaw-dropping design. Hosted by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Richmond Chapter, firms across the Richmond area will compete to build stunning structures made entirely out of full cans of food. To date, CANstruction has helped us to distribute 225,576 meals to our neighbors in need.

It’s sure to be a fun time for the whole family. Finished displays will be available to see October 21-November 4 at the Regency Square Mall. Best of all, all the food items used to create the builds will stay local and be distributed to our neighbors in their time of need.

Community Resources

Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services is accepting applications for Christmas assistance through 10/31/23

Southside Behavioral Health

How do adverse childhood experiences affect a child5's mental and physical health? We'll talk about that and so much more in our parenting class.

Classes are weekly for eight weeks. The next set of classes start October 25th and are virtual from 5:30pm - 7:00pm.

Register Here:

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Clarksville Food Pantry

Clarksville Community Center

103 Woodland Drive

Clarksville, VA 23927

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