We are open.
We are an essential service, like a grocery store, and even with shelter-in-place guidelines—we are open.
During the COVID-19 outbreak Beyond Hunger will remain open to serve our community. We are committed to remaining strong and continuing to meet people’s most basic needs while safeguarding health during this time of increased need.
We know those we serve will be hit hardest amid COVID-19 infection concerns. We expect that some neighbors may need to visit our food pantry for the first time. With the increase in school closures, event cancellations, and social distancing, our community is becoming increasingly worried about where their next meal is coming from.
We want our community to know: We are here for those who are hungry.
Please know that the safety of our clients, volunteers and staff is of primary concern. We are following the CDC recommendations for community organizations, taking extra precautions to reduce the spread of coronavirus, and making modifications to our programs where needed. All visitors to Beyond Hunger, even drive-thru or pick up, are required to wear a mask. Read our plan in more detail.