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 PANTRY & THRIFT STORE 

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Southeast Community Services and Fletcher Place Community Center have joined forces to provide more resources for our neighbors!
Exciting news!  We will be updating our pantry software and will have a new registration and ordering process very soon.
Pantry will remain open and everyone can still order through Smart Choice until the new site goes live. 
Please stay tuned!

SCHEDULE

Monday 2pm to 4pm
Food Pantry Pick-up @ 924 Shelby
 
Tuesday 9am to 10:30am
Hot breakfast @ 901 Shelby
via the Pleasant St entrance

Wednesday 12PM to 2PM
(while supplies last)
Free Fresh Produce Market
 
Thursday 3pm - 5:30pm
Food Pantry Pick-up @ 924 Shelby
 
Friday 9am - 10:30am
Hot breakfast @ 901 Shelby
via the Pleasant St entrance

ORDERING

Everyone currently registered can place pantry orders via SMART CHOICE SHOPPING CART

Here's a quick video to walk you through the process if you need: 
 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

For those who may need additional resources, Community Compass is a great site to find other pantries and free food resources near you:

https://www.communitycompass.app/ 

SUPPORT THE PANTRY

Volunteer
We'd love your help in getting our pantry resources to our neighbors! We currently have two different roles available on Volunteer Match:
     Drive Captains     Food Distribution
Reach out if you have any questions!  pantry@southeastindy.org
or
317.236.7400 ext. 231

SHARED PANTRY VALUES

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1) We recognize the inherent worth and dignity of every person and treat all with equity and compassion. 

2) We act with honesty, trust, and transparency – and deliver on our commitments. 

3) We collaborate to build strong relationships and partnerships with a diversity of people and organizations who share our vision of a healthy, hunger-free community, even as we acknowledge the need to balance the individual good with the greater good. 

 
4) We strive to continuously improve our service to our clients and communities, because the urgent need to feed hungry people and adequately address the root causes of hunger requires entrepreneurial creativity and enduring optimism to find and scale what works. 

5) We maintain the public trust through the efficient and effective use and stewardship of the resources entrusted to us, and we are mindful that our mission is accomplished through the generosity of others. 

6) We promise to excel in the delivery of our services and commitments because our clients, stakeholders, and communities deserve our very best.  
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