1st Qtr 2020 Food Distribution Report

Pike County Hands of Hope Monthly Food Distribution Stats

For the first quarter of 2020, the Pike County Hands of Hope Monthly Food Distribution experienced a steady number of families and households served with a slight uptick in March 2020.

Pike County Hands of Hope Food Distribution

Beginning in March, the time for distribution was changed from a 2pm start time to a 3pm start time. This change was required in order to allow volunteers enough time to unload the food delivery truck and set up tables for distribution.

The 3pm – 6pm time for distribution is now the permanent time. The food distribution occurs on the 2nd Thursday of each month.

Overall, there were 188 households served and blessed by our food distribution. Approximately 5,000 pounds of food is given to area families every month. Breakdown of the age groups served are as follows:

ADULTS : 252

CHILDREN: 126

SENIORS: 113

The grand total of persons served during the 1st Quarter 2020 is 653.

The Pike County Hands of Hope Monthly Food Distribution occurs on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3pm – 6pm. We operate in partnership with Lords Valley Community Church and Second Harvest Food Bank.

Location: Lords Valley Community Church
707 Route 739, Lords Valley PA

Our monthly food distribution program does have monthly costs attached to it. We pay for the food by the pound, and we also pay for the delivery. Additionally, we pick up the tab for miscellaneous items and supplies needed for a smooth distribution day.   We appreciate any donations provided by our generous supporters. 

Pike County Hands of Hope is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization registered with the Internal Revenue Service/Department of the Treasury. Therefore, all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law. All donors receive an acknowledgment that includes a confirmation of their donation for their tax records. 

Checks may be mailed to:

Pike County Hands of Hope

PO Box 654

Milford, PA 18337.

Posted by Karen Rice, President
Report Provided by Robert Misiak, Food Distribution Coordinator