Food and check donations may be dropped off at the Heartland Family Service building during the donation hours listed on the right side of the page.
Non-perishable food is collected from a variety of sources: local churches, businesses and schools, community service programs, local groups and organizations, individuals and families.
Please be mindful of the cold temperatures when bringing food to the pantry. If food is left in vehicles for too long of a period it may freeze. We can not keep canned and glass jar items that have frozen as the seals may break, leaving the food not safe. Thank you for your cooperation!
The Pantry uses cash donations to purchase food, meat, dairy products and toiletries whenever food donations run low in order to maintain our goal of providing caring, reliable service to the community.
Donation guidelines – please read these guidelines before donating food or toiletries
Food and toiletry drives – learn more about upcoming drives or how to set up your own
You can help support Tri-City Food Pantry by sending non-perishable food and toiletries from our Amazon wish list. Your order will ship directly to us. For the list of items we are in need of, please check out our wishlist on Amazon.
Change your Amazon shopping settings to use AmazonSmile. Its all the same products, prices and features, except when you shop the Amazon Smile Foundation donates 0.5% of eligible purchases. Make sure to select Tri-City Food Pantry. You keep shopping as you always did!
Red Barrel Donation
Drop off your small food donations in our red barrel at Culver’s on Giles Road. If you have more than just a few bags of items, please bring your donation directly to the Tri-City Food Pantry.
Check donations may be dropped off at our building or mailed to:
PO Box 461214
Papillion, NE 68046
“Make a Change” Jars
Visit your favorite area merchants and help the pantry at the same time by donating the change from your cash transaction.
If you would like to place a “Make a Change” jar in your business please contact us for more information.
The following businesses are currently participating in our “Make a Change” program:
We are always happy to partner with local businesses who can donate excess food inventory for our clients.