"The King will answer them, 'Truly I tell you,
just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family,
you did it to me.'"
- Matthew 25:40
The King's Kupboard Food Pantry is a ministry of Trinity Lutheran Church that is available to provide food to those in need in Hillsdale County.
There are no eligibility requirements. We ask that you do not take more than you can use, and that you use what you take. There are no restrictions on how often you can use The King's Kupboard, so you may come as needed.
The King's Kupboard offers canned goods and packaged foods, personal items, baby goods, frozen food (including meat and bread), fresh produce, milk and eggs as available.
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Monday & Friday, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Wednesday, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
We welcome volunteers at King's Kupboard and you do not have to belong to Trinity Lutheran Church. Volunteers can help do intake and hand out food when we are open, they can help with stocking and inventory, or they can unload delivery trucks. We also welcome church and civic groups who want to set up a special project to volunteer with King's Kupboard. To volunteer, please call the church office at 517-437-2647.
It takes thousands of pounds of food to keep King's Kupboard running each month. Much of the food is purchased through the Food Bank of South Central Michigan. For more information for the Food Bank of SCM please visit their link: www.foodbankofscm.org
Some of our donors, both individual and church/civic groups, choose to do food drives and bring the items to King's Kupboard. Please contact the church office at 437-2647 to arrange for dropping off your donation.
Some choose to donate directly to our account at the Food Bank of SCM. The link for that direct donation is: http://www.foodbankofscm.org/donate.aspx. Note: please specify in "comments" box that donation is for King's Kupboard Food Pantry H2200.
Many individuals/groups choose to donate directly to King's Kupboard Food Pantry so that the funds can be used for food or freezer costs or whatever expenses we have associated with the project. You can mail those donations to King's Kupboard at 69 Griswold St., Hillsdale, MI 49242.
King's Kupboard History
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