By giving each month, you are sustaining our pantry and our everyday needs.
Because we can count on you, our shoppers can count on us.
Scroll down to see opportunities for Kids to become Sustainers.
The definition of a "Sustainer" is -
-To strenghten and support, to uphold or justify the validity of-
When you become a Sustainer - you are strengthening our services, and confirming to this community that you care and you are here to help them up.
When you commit to giving on a monthly basis - it helps us budget and plan how we can best help our shoppers on a monthly basis. When we can count on your gift we can plan for the future and be better stewards of the funds.
Whether you give at a $25 level or $2,500 level - knowing and being able to plan on that gift each month helps us budget for how much produce we can sustainably supply. Our shoppers can count on us to have consistent supplies - because we can count on you!
As The Pantry looks at future Produce and Protein orders, and works to create future budgets- it makes a huge difference when we know there are donations we can count on. By giving monthly, you sustain vendor relationships so that we are likely to receive donations from them along with our orders.
Your name on our website
Exclusive invitations to Solidarity Events
Sustainer exclusive volunteer opportunities
Quarterly Newsletter just for you
The Sustainers really are family. All are supporters of Solidarity who are passionate about creating change within our community - and committed to taking care of each other.
Become a Sustainer today!
Click below to choose your monthly donation.
Charlotte Schaffer, Cogent Concepts LLC, David and Stephanie Boehmig, Debra London, Helen Marie Stern Fund, Jack Cohen, Jeanney Kutner, Katherine Morgan, Kathlean Craft, Kimberlee Dubovsky, Liann Freeman, Mazi Robinson, Nicole Ward, Pearce Hardwick, Phil and Natalie Holloway, Dick Schweitzer, R V Umphenour Jr., Bill and Rebecca Leffler, Susan Hux, Glenda Berthelot, Daniel Berger, Sally Goldberg, Katie Jones, Laura Ortiz, and Gertrude McGovern.
Are you looking a way to involve your child in Service and teach them about giving back to their community?
They can become a Youth Sustainer of Solidarity! By giving every month they can learn about how to impact their neighbors. Whether it is one night of Babysitting Money, one week of allowance, or the cost of their Six Flags ticket ($35) - your child can begin to learn how they can impact the world around them.
By becoming a Youth Sustainer, they also get early access to our volunteer sign up each month and their name listed here!
Set up your donation below and add a message "Youth Sustainer" so we know! You can also bring the donation to The Pantry in person each month to create an "action" step for your child.