Interfaith Food Pantry Of The Oranges
Special COVID Information
The IFPO is now serving clients by appointment only out of a temporary location in order to practice social distancing and minimize crowds. We are not distributing food at the Church on Wednesday mornings.
VOLUNTEERS & SUPPORTERS
IFPO leaders continue to work tirelessly and extensively to serve our neighbors during these challenges times. We have secured warehouse space and are distributing to clients by appointment. Appointments help us to serve clients quickly, avoid backlogs of crowds, anticipate demand and allow everyone to socially distance. Click here to read our Special Report: Covid One-Year Anniversary of Service, March 2021.
The IFPO continues to work closely with the Community FoodBank of NJ to bring tens of thousands of pounds of perishable and non-perishable food to the City of Orange and East Orange Township for their direct distribution to residents in need. Click here for additional information about area feeding programs during the Covid Crisis.
Podcast Feature: To learn more about food insecurity and IFPO's recent operations, click to listen to our pantry leader on the podcast
The Debrief, December 8th, titled "Our Hunger."
The Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges (IFPO) is an all-volunteer, supplemental food pantry helping to meet essential human needs of food-insecure residents of Orange and East Orange, NJ, with dignity and respect.
Families helped per week
Visits to IFPO in 2019
People Helped in 2019