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Danvers People to People Food Pantry

Hours of Operation

The Pantry is OPEN Tuesday and Thursday from 9am to Noon and the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. We are closed if there is a 5th week in the month.


Click here to visit the Danvers Food Pantry Facebook page.

​In response to community need, the Danvers People to People Food Pantry was created by the Danvers Community Council to help Danvers families needing assistance. The pantry is operated by a team of volunteers who are dedicated to community service.  These volunteers collect food, stock shelves, interview clients as well as shop, distribute and deliver food.  Eligible clients may visit the pantry twice a month.  

  • The Pantry is OPEN Tuesday and Thursday from 9am to Noon and the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. We are closed if there is a 5th week in the month.

  •  The Pantry is now accepting food donations. We are always in need of paper goods (paper towels, napkins, toilet paper). Tomato sauce in the jar is great. Brand name cereals such as: Cheerios, Raisin Bran, Chex, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Frosted Flakes. Crackers are a grateful donation – Graham, Ritz, Wheat Thins etc. Please call the Pantry to schedule a drop off if you will – (978)739-4188. The Town of Danvers has been fabulous and we are so thankful for everyone and every organization who has been a support to us.

  • The Pantry is open for you to come in and shop. Please make sure you wear a mask. If you have any cold-like symptoms, we ask you stay away until you feel better.

  • Any time schools are closed for snow, the  Pantry will be closed.  Call ahead to be sure we are open on snow days or any Mondays that may be Holidays.

  • Stop & Shop is a great community partner providing financial support and donating food on a regular basis to the Pantry.

  • Danvers Fresh Market is also a great contributor to the Pantry and we thank them for their support too.

  • Many thanks to Millipore for being a great corporate friend helping our team and town.


Families in need register at the pantry.  Proper identification and proof of residency are required at each visit when signing in. A piece of mail such as an electric bill is necessary. A driver's license is not acceptable as proof of residency. Nonresidents, please refer to our links page to find a pantry in your town as well as other North Shore resources which may be available for you.


Pantry customers select their own food. Typical fare on the shelves include cereal, pasta, juices,canned goods, peanut butter, soups, fresh fruit and vegetables, a selection of frozen meat, crackers, cookies, bread, and school lunch snacks. Holiday time includes cranberry sauce, stuffing, gravy, nuts, candies, and other holiday meal fixings.


Our food supply and funds are donated through drives at local schools, civic organizations, businesses, churches, the Postal Service, and the citizens of Danvers.  When supplies are low, food is purchased from local supporting merchants and the Greater Boston Food Bank.  Many of our clients have special nutritional requirements. We always need LOW FAT, LOW SODIUM, or LOW SUGAR  food items. We also appreciate donations of clean re-usable shopping bags and unopened personal toiletries.

For information on receiving assistance, please call the pantry at 978.739.4188 or email us at

To make a food or supply  donation, please call the pantry at 978.739.4188 or email us at

Cash donations (checks) can be mailed to PO Box 2076, Danvers MA 01923)

Food Pantry Facts

Did you know?

Wish List Items

That the Danvers People to People Food Pantry distributes over 400 boxes of cereal every month?

Non-perishable food items can be left at:
Danvers Community YMCA
Danvers public library

Danvers Senior Center

Low sodium, low fat, low sugar food items are needed by our elderly clients with special nutritional requirements

Danvers People To People Food Pantry Phone Number: 978.739.4188
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