Any resident of the Peak-to-Peak Community who is in need can use the Nederland Food Pantry and/or the Nederland Clothing Closet. Both the Pantry (Room 106) and the Closet (Room 101) are located in the West Wing of the Nederland Community Center.
Food Pantry Specifics:
Due to restrictions from Covid-19, the Food Pantry is open for DRIVE THROUGH distribution only, every Saturday 10 am – noon.
On your first visit, we ask you to bring proof of your home address. One or more of the current, following may be used:
- Drivers license or State identification card
- Utility bill
- Rental/lease agreement
- Paystub with address
Should you not have one of these forms of identification contact the Food Pantry for additional information. Periodically all clients may be asked for proof of residency.
After verification of residency, a volunteer will create a Pantry card with your name, address, phone number (if applicable) and the number of people in your household (people directly related to you). For our funding purposes, you will be asked on each subsequent visit to sign your card and the Pantry’s sign-in sheet.
The amount of non-perishable food for each client to take home is limited only by the size of the household. Non-perishable food is supplemented by choices of proteins, bread, and fresh produce. For those clients on medically restricted diets, we try to offer a small selection of non-perishable foods as well.
When resources permit, the pantry strives to provide a supplemental “Non-Resident Bag” to those spending time in our neighboring forest on a monthly basis. Visitors are asked to provide a current picture ID and sign our Camper Registration log.
Clothing Closet Specifics:
During Covid -19, the Clothing Closet is open my appointment only. While all items are free – We ask our clothing closet clients to limit their shopping to one bag per visit.
To make an appointment email Annette Franck NFPcloset@gmail.com
If Everyone Gives A Little – Everyone Can Thrive!
The Nederland Food Pantry:
• Relies on the generosity of our individual donors
• Seeks assistance from agencies, foundations and organizations
• Solicits donations from businesses
Where to Get Help!
For more human services resources along the Peak to Peak go to www.p2phhs.org.
The Clothing Closet accepts ONLY clean and gently used clothing, footwear, and outerwear.
Please do not leave any donations outside our doors.
Distributions during COVID.
We are distributing in the community center parking lot, drive-thru only, every Saturday morning from 10-12. The Clothing Closet is open for donations and shopping by appointment only,
We also support pop up pantries in Ward, Jamestown, Left Hand, Bar K, (on Sat.) Gold Hill, and Four Mile (on Weds.).