As our community is monitoring the COVID-19 virus development, through the guidance of federal, local government, and health officials, Loaves and Fishes of Union County, NC will remain open to stand by our mission of feeding those in need within our community.
We will make assessments and consider ways to further support our community as needs unfold.
The well-being of our volunteer-staff and clients remain extremely important to us. We have made the decision to continue serving our community, but with fewer volunteers and on a limited operational schedule.
Starting Sat, March 21, 2020, curbside service will be conducted. Pantry hours will remain 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ONLY.
In the effort to help contain the further spread of COVID-19 we will conduct operations in the following manner.
How you can help right now?
Your cooperation and community support are much needed at this time. Please consider the following to keep aligned with federal and local government, and health officials.
Loaves and Fishes of Union County, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-based community food pantry program that exists to support local families in crisis.
Loaves and Fishes of Union County, Inc. operates as one of the largest hunger fighting agencies located in Monroe, North Carolina. Food is distributed free of charge to agency certified people of Union County up to three times in a twelve-month period.
We could not do this without community support and a solid set of dedicated volunteers. Volunteers and board members run the pantry, keep client records, raise funds, take responsibility to sort, inspect and pack groceries for distribution to families in crisis.
Loaves and Fishes of Union County, Inc. was founded in 1983. In 1984, incorporated as a volunteer, non-profit, charitable entity and is operated by unpaid volunteers serving Union County in North Carolina.
Loaves and Fishes of Union County, Inc. is grateful to Union County Department of Social Services and Episcopal Diocese of Charlotte for the initial seed grants and the housing arrangement at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Monroe, North Carolina. The pantry space and involvement of key members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church congregation provided continuity and has kept administrative costs low, allowing more funds to be spent for the purpose of the organization.
Funds and food come to Loaves and Fishes of Union County, Inc. from local individuals, local congregations, civic and church groups, businesses, independent drives and local schools.
Loaves and Fishes of Union County, Inc.
P.O. Box 790
Monroe, NC 28111
Food Pantry Address
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
116 South Church Street
Monroe, NC 28112
Telephone Number: (Example: 704-111-2345)