"If you can't feed a hundred people...feed one."
What is Feast Food Pantry of Palm Harbor?
An independent, non-profit, 501-C3 nondenominational food bank-- serving residents from multiple communities of North Pinellas County for over 27 years
Who does Feast help?
FEAST helps over 2,800families each month, often adding 4 -5 families a week in North Pinellas County.
When is FEAST open?
Tuesday - Friday
9:00 am - 12:00 noon.
FEAST wants to see every local food-insecure family gets help with food and emergency issues. Please check out the "Qualifying" tab on our site for more information.
Find us on the Grace Community Church grounds, 2255 Nebraska Ave, Palm Harbor, to donate or to register and receive food.
Walt Anderson (second from right), Director of FEAST, his wife Lois to his right, and a few of the wonderful volunteers who help feed our community by helping prepare the distribution packages.
A normal day in the life of FEAST...
6 to 12 volunteers prepare bags, sign up clients, and give out bags of food based on the size of the family. We rely heavily on non-perishable goods, with canned meats and peanut butter being two of our major staples!
Walt Anderson is the director who visits numerous churches, civic organizations, and schools such as Carwise Middle or Palm Harbor University. Volunteers also help transport food such as milk and vegetables from the schools to our pantry. FEAST also has a van that picks up donations from grocery stores and 7-11's. The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Co-op of Dunedin works to save produce for us as well.