How You Can Help

 

Donate Money: You can make an immediate online donation to continue help providing food for those in need. Your personal information will not be shared or sold, nor do we store your credit card information on our system.

Every $1 donated to the Food Pantry
allows us to distribute $4 worth of food.

Donate Online, it's easy, quick and secure!

Donate Food: Thinking of making a donation to the BM Food Pantry? We do not accept any food that is out-dated. We do accept...

Non-Perishable Donations

  • Any canned or boxed foods - see Most Needed Food Donations for suggestions
  • Baby formula, baby food and diapers
  • Toiletries
  • Paper products
  • Pet food

Perishable Donations:

  • Any frozen food, including meat, still in its original store packaging

How to Donate:

  • Drop off your donation at 6450 NW 77th CT Miami FL Sundays from 9 AM to 1 PM.
  • Pick-Up – Large donation (over 500 Lbs). Call us to arrange for one of our volunteers to pick up your donation.

Organize a Food Drive: A Food Drive in your office, building or community is a great way to help the BM Food Pantry, click here to read details

 

Bezerra de Menezes Food Pantry 6450 NW 77th CT Miami FL 33166

Food Pantry Distribution day and Family Closet: Fridays 6:30 PM

BM Food Pantry is registered with

AmpleHarvest.org

Our mission: AmpleHarvest.org diminishes hunger in America by educating and enabling gardeners to donate their excess harvest to the needy in their community instead of allowing it to rot in the garden

 

 

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