Lamoille Community

Food Share

Community Connections

We are fortunate to be in a community which thrives on helping one another. We are proud of our connections with local businesses and other community organizations. Neighbors helping neighbors is the way to go.

In this time of COVID-19 we are incredible grateful for our generous community. Individuals and businesses have stepped up with financial, supply and food donations. With all of this help we are open and helping our neighbors. Here are just a few of the folks who have pitched in. Huge thanks to everyone and apologies to those who are not listed.

Mac's Market has been assisting us with getting our orders since the pandemic began and even donated a van full of food. We can't thank them enough!

Wren Murphy encouraged friends and neighbors to donate toiletries.She brought a carload of soap, toothpaste, shampoo, etc so we can add a little something extra to each box of food.

Jay Kennedy, a local photographer,has been taking Porch Portraits. He asks people to donate to LCFS in payment. We have been receiving lots of monetary donations and carts of food! What a wonderful way to celebrate the strength of individuals and families. Thank you to Jay, and to all of our brave community members. Here are just a few of his fabulous photos.

Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District accepts returnable bottle and cans and donates the proceeds to LCFS. We recently received a check for $3700 and this is an ongoing project! Thanks to everyone who donates and for the LRSWD employees who sort all of these bottle and cans!

Two Sons Bakehouse in Jeffersonville stopped by with many bags of beautiful bread and rolls. What a treat for a clients!

Lamoille Valley Chevrolet held a food drive in December collecting a huge truckload of food and added a $1000 check to match!

Hannaford ran their Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger campaign in the Fall, asking their customers to donate at the register. We received a check for $645!

Mt Mansfield Ski Club and Academy dropped off lots of home baked goodies at the pantry. They plan on doing this weekly throughout the winter.

Shaw's Market gave us a $5000 grant! They also donated turkeys and boxes of sides for Thanksgiving and have been very helpful through the pandemic in helping us to get food. We are grateful for all of their help.

The Knights of Columbus donated $2000!

The Most Holy Name of Jesus ran a "Stuff the Truck" event to collect food for LCFS and The Johnson Food Shelf. They collected 350 lbs for each!

As summer arrives thoughts turn to fresh vegetables from the garden. Look at all of the beautiful veggie starts that were brought to the pantry to share with our neighbors! Huge thanks to Greyweather Farm, Green Things Growing and Salvation Farms. Now our clients can grow some of their own food!

Be Well Integrative Health has chosen LCFS to receive the proceeds from their Wellness Wednesdays for the month of July.

Wellness Wednesdays

Sandiwood Farm

1665 Town Hill Rd Wolcott, VT 05680


Sunset Yoga 5:45-6:30ish

~45 minute class with an approximate 5:45 start time

Suggested Donation of $5-15

Class includes breath, postures, meditations and is open to all people

- All ages and abilities (ADA accessible)

- Designed to create flexibility, strength, balance

- Breathe In the Green Mountain Scene

- Community Oriented

- Professional Yoga/Pilates Instructors/Therapists

- Safe, Effective and Fun

- Outdoor Field and in the Greenhouse

- Bring a blanket or a mat, water and an open heart/mind

Yoga classes and wellness services offered by Be Well Integrative Health – located in Elmore, VT Contact Gianna Rose for more Info 802-683-1361

Janet Martinez of Burt's Irish Pub in Stowe encourages her customers to play games with the proceeds going to LCFS. We cannot thank Janet enough for all of her support!

Black Diamond Barbeque and some of their friends have donated milk several times!

Concept 2 has donated boxes of face masks for our staff, volunteers and clients.