Proper nutrition is essential for any human being. It is particularly important if you want to maintain wellness while living with HIV.

If access to food is a challenge, you are not alone. Last year, we shared more than 3600 bags of groceries from our Food Pantry with our friends and neighbors living with HIV. Steady meals are part of keeping every body at their healthiest. Every week, individuals and businesses throughout the community donate diverse and easy to prepare foods to share with you. Access the Food Pantry during office hours or contact us to arrange a delivery of food to your door.

Examples of food options we often have available:

Grains and Starches

Grits (canister and packets)
Oatmeal (canister and packets)
Whole grain cereal
Whole grain granola bars
Mac & Cheese


Canned chicken (in water)
Canned salmon or tuna (in water)
Canned meats
Canned ravioli, mac and beef, or spaghetti
Peanut butter
Lower sodium soups


Low sodium canned goods
Tomato sauces, spaghetti sauce
Canned beans (pinto beans, kidney beans, black eyed peas are favorites)
Canned vegetables (especially things other than corn or green beans, although we love them too!)


Juices (100% juice, small cans or boxes)
V-8 Juice
Powdered milk
Raisins or other dried fruit packets.

Interested in donating food?

We are always working with individuals and businesses that want to contribute to the Food Pantry. If you or someone you know has a contact that can help us continue to stock the pantry with delicious and fresh items, please contact us.