Donation Requests

  1. PayPal Monetary Donations
  2. Tax Deductible Monetary Donations by Check
  4. pet food
  5. macaroni and cheese
  6. cereal
  7. pasta
  8. catsup
  9. mayonnaise
  10. tuna
  11. coffee
  12. tea bags
  13. toothpaste
  14. maple syrup
  15. large jars of peanut butter
  16. dog and cat food
  17. pasta and sauce
  18. soup
  19. toiletries such as shampoo, soap and toothpaste
  20. sugar
  21. cookie baking supplies
  22. oatmeal
  23. flour
  24. pancake mix
  25. juice boxes
  26. mayonnaise
  27. tuna
  28. jelly
  29. ketchup
  30. mustard
  31. pasta
  32. jello or pudding mixes
  33. dish detergent
  34. cereal
  35. coffee/tea
  36. laundry detergent
  37. canned meats
  38. tuna
  39. jarred spaghetti sauce
  40. toothbrushes
  41. baked beans
  42. canned fruit
  43. canned hash
  44. pancake mix and syrup
  45. canned vegetables
  46. salad dressings
  47. rice mixes
  48. seasonings (salt, cinnamon, oregano, etc)
  49. Kleenex
  50. barbeque sauce
  51. paper towels
  52. pet food
  53. drink mixes
  54. Gluten Free Items
  55. *Please note: the Food Bank cannot accept expired or opened items.  Kindly check expiration dates before donating food to the Bank.*

    DID YOU KNOW that you can donate non-perishable food items or checks at Marlborough Elementary School every day during working hours?  Under their “Families Feeding Families” program, the administration, staff and students maintain a donation box to support the food bank.  This generous program allows donors the freedom of stopping in at the school office anytime the school is open to make a donation, or sending in items with students on the bus.  Special thanks to teacher Ellen Eastwood, the administration, other faculty and students.

You can also donate non-perishable goods at the box at Town Hall or to the Marlborough Country Store, 45 N. Main.