Food Pantry

Baldwin Community Umc LORD'S Pantry 

Approximately 90 neighborhood families come to Baldwin Community on the fourth Friday of each month to receive bags of food and other necessities. Please take a look below for dates.

If you are in need of food:

  • Call Susan Eyrolles at 412-882-9300 x229 or email  
  • Come to our drive-through food distribution, which is typically held on the 4th Friday of the month in the church circle (see below for upcoming dates). Food will be distributed beginning at 12:00 p.m. and ending at 2:30 p.m. Please do not arrive before 9:30 am to get in line as we also have a preschool here with drop-offs in the morning.

Our upcoming distribution dates are:

  • Friday, May 24th
  • Friday, June 28th
  • Friday, July 26th
  • Friday, August 23rd
  • Friday, September 27th
  • Friday, October 25th
  • Friday, November 22nd (a week early due to Thanksgiving)
  • Friday, December 20th (a week early due to Christmas)

NOTE: Please do not arrive before 9:30 am to line up. We have preschool families that need to access the circle. Thank you for keeping an eye out for our children!

How you can help:

  • Unload the pantry truck once a month
  • Help pack food bags once a month 
  • Donate non-perishables to the pantry bins located throughout the church
  • From time to time, we also collect backpacks, school supplies, coats, and other items for our neighbors.

To sign up to help, please contact the Pantry Coordinator - Susan Eyrolles at  

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