The Frisco Family Services Food Pantry is the most utilized service of the agency distributing over 47,000 pounds a month, serving more than 3,700 individuals. This vital resource allows Frisco and Frisco ISD neighbors and friends use their financial resources on other expenses during their time of crisis.
How can you help?
- Donate food items to the food pantry. Take the list below of needed items with you to the grocery store to help you choose foods to donate to the food pantry. We cannot accept institutional sized items.
- If you are interested in hosting a food drive, please contact us 972-335-9495 or email email@example.com. Or learn more about our Feed Frisco program.
- Adopt-a-shelf and commit to keeping a certain item in the Food Pantry stocked. For more information, click here.
- FFS does have refrigeration and freezers and gladly accepts perishable food items that have been professionally packaged. Due to City Health Inspection, FFS cannot accept expired foods or open containers/packages.
All food pantry donations should be brought directly to the food pantry at 9085 Dogwood (next to Frisco Resale) which is open Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Wed. from 9-6 p.m.
Most needed Food Pantry items for August 2017
Flour (4 – 5 lb. bags)
Meal Helpers (e.g. Hamburger or Tuna Helper)|
Cake, Muffin, and other baking mixes (i.g. Bisquick)
Boxes of Crackers, Snack Items, and Granola/Breakfast Bars
Plain, Unsweetened Oatmeal
Condiments: Ketchup, Mayonnaise, Jelly, Relish, etc.
Personal Care Items:
Other Unopened Skin Care Products
For Babies :
Pull Ups/Diapers (sizes 4 and 5)
Dog food – 3-6 oz. can or 4-12 lb. bag
Cat food – 3-6 oz. can or 4-12 lb. bag
Other Items – Needed in Smaller Containers:
Household Cleaners and Disinfectants
Toilet Bowl Cleaner
FFS Food Pantry
9085 Dogwood St
Frisco, TX 75033
Frisco Family Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-deductible organization that has for 23 years helped members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.
Our Core Values:
Integrity: We employ the highest ethical standards, delivering on our mission, with honesty and fairness in every action.
Forward Thinking: We operate with a sense of possibility, perseverance and responsibility, meeting the needs of our communities today, while proactively anticipating and planning the needs of tomorrow.
Excellence: We commit to excellence in all we do.
Servant Leadership: We lead by passionately serving the needs of members of our communities in a compassionate and respectful way.
Diversity: We embrace diversity as fundamental to our culture.
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