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Pantry Locations and Resources

Pantry Locations and Hours:
Farmington Outreach Pantry
527 Main Street
603-460-4313
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
 
Dover Outreach Pantry
61 Locust Street, McConnell Center
603-460-4237
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
 
For a complete listing of all Strafford County food pantries and soup kitchens, click here

Helpful Links:

New Hampshire Women's Infants and Children (WIC)

New Hampshire Food Stamp Program

Food Insecurity and Food Sources in New Hampshire

USDA CACFP Public Release Non-Pricing ProgramsRelease Non-Pricing Programs

Food Testimonials

Last year, a young mother of a newborn and a 3 year old came to CAP seeking assistance. While she was in need of food for her family, she also needed guidance about how to leave a violent domestic situation. Our Community Services staff gave her a cup of coffee, emergency food and critical information about a safe place to go with her family.

We didn't see her again for three months, then she come back in to say that she had gotten out of her home situation, had a job and a new apartment with plenty of food. She said to our staff, "Thank you for the food, and the time we had shared with her while you packed my food. I will never forget where I got my new start in life."