Prodisee Pantry is providing love, hope and comfort to some 1,000 families per month through emergency food and referrals. As the recession has deepened so has the feeling of despair among a growing number of Baldwin County families in need. So many say they never thought they would ever have to ask for help. Prodisee Pantry gives HOPE by Helping Ordinary People Everyday!
Prodisee Pantry is a non-profit community emergency food and disaster relief organization. Families who are having trouble making ends meet are given food assistance and information from a caring listener about other programs that may help make their lives more stable. The Pantry provides food to single parents, homeless persons, retirees, families in transition, under-employed and unemployed households, grandparents raising grandchildren and others in need. Each client’s situation or need is evaluated on an individual basis. A Driver’s License or other photo id and Social Security Numbers on all family members are required. Clients are asked to supply basic information about income and expenses as required by our application process.
The Pantry is open each TUESDAY from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at 9315 Spanish Fort Blvd (Hwy 31) in Spanish Fort, Alabama. For emergency food service or for more information, call (251) 626-1720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hurricane Katrina: Years Later Check out this Fox Ten News story on one of the thousands of families Prodisee Pantry helped in those difficult days right after the storm. http://www.fox10tv.com/dpp/news/local_news/baldwin_county/evacuee-built-new-life-in-fairhope