Saint Mark's United Methodist Church   6422 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park,  KS. 66202    913 722 2310                                                                                                                                                        

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WHAT IS THE FOOD PANTRY?
The Food Pantry is part of the Santa Fe Waystation which is being established as a 501c3 non-profit organization. The Santa Fe Waystation will include a variety of helping ministries as it develops. Donations made by check to support these ministries should be written to "Santa Fe Waystation" and not to the church please.

Saint Mark's Food Pantry is open to anyone in need of food. We have canned and dried foods, some toiletries and paper goods. 
           We often have bread and frozen foods. Supplies fluctuate according to what is available from our suppliers and from donations. 

            WHEN IS THE PANTRY OPEN?
                 The pantry is open each Monday (not Memorial Day, Labor Day or Christmas Eve) 
                          9.00am - 11.30am and 5.00pm - 7.00pm. 

            WHERE IS THE PANTRY? 6422 Santa Fe Drive Overland Park KS 66202
                 The Pantry is located in the south east corner of the building by the pre-school playground. 
                  Click on the ABOUT US tab above to see a map.

WHO CAN USE THE FOOD PANTRY?
Anyone who needs food can come to the pantry. We need several pieces of information so that you can register to receive food.
*Provide your name and address    *Provide names and birth dates of each person living in your home
*Provide approximate monthly income  *A picture ID if available

VOLUNTEERS: If you would like to volunteer we need people to: *Sort and bag bread on Monday mornings
*Help restock shelves  *Serve clients Monday mornings or evenings  *Help unload Harvesters food supplies on Monday mornings 
*Do paperwork for clients

PEOPLE SERVED: In 2011 we served more than 1,200 people per month. In 2012 we served 4,514 families (20,510 individuals). In the first 6 months of 2013 we have served 2,310 families (10,553 individuals). We receive food from the Government Commodities program, from Harvesters and donations from other organisations, churches and individuals.