​​Shelburne Food Shelf

Please note: we can NOT accept ​any homemade products like preserves, baked goods, etc. no matter how tasty they might be. This is due to food safety regulations.

Food items can be left in:

  • The Green Bin at the South Entrance of the Town Offices
  • The Green Bin at the Shelburne Market
  • The Green Bin at Pierson Library
  • The Green Bin at Paragon Design on Rte 7 in Shelburne

Please note: we offer the list immediately above because our food shelf and storage spaces are very limited, and we either have plenty of these items or they are just too difficult for us to store!   

Items Currently Needed

November 2020

Currently we could use more:

  • Rice/pasta helpers (rice/pasta sides, rice-a-roni, pilaf, etc.)​
  • Hearty Soups
  • Broth (chicken, beef, or vegetable)
  • Pasta – elbows, penne, thin spaghetti
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Ramen noodles (packages, not the cups, please)
  • Feminine Hygiene items (sanitary napkins, poise pads)
  • Spaghetti O’s, Spaghetti & Meatballs
  • Canned fruit (no sugar added)
  • Applesauce (6 packs preferred)
  • Cooking supplies - unbleached flour, sugar, vegetable oil
  • Strawberry Jelly
  • Ketchup, mayonnaise, yellow mustard
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Canned chicken, salmon and tuna
  • Meals in Cans – Beef Stew, Chili, Beef Ravioli, Hash
  • Healthy Snacks – (whole grain crackers, pretzels, small raisin packages, microwave popcorn packets, small fig newton packages etc.)
  • Ground coffee (no K-Cups please!!)
  • Peanut butter
  • Shower size bars of soap
  • Oral Hygiene items (toothpaste, and especially, toothbrushes & floss)

Items we do not currently need

  • Baby food (we make sure eligible families are getting WIC benefits)
  • Miscellaneous condiments (just ketchup, mayo, mustard & salad dressing please)
  • K-cups
  • Candy
  • Cookbooks, magazines, and other books
  • Paper goods 
  • Soda and protein drinks
  • Juice boxes
  • Diapers (The Vermont Diaper Bank is helping us)