2021 marks the 29th anniversary of the Springs Food Pantry. In 1992, Springs Food Pantry was established by a few members of the Springs Presbyterian Church to help our local fishing and farming families struggling through the tough winter months.
Springs Food Pantry is now independent and nondenominational, operating as a 501©3. Donations are completely tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.
Did you know?
- East Hampton has the HIGHEST poverty rate in Suffolk County
- Elderly neighbors often choose between paying for food and buying medicine
- Springs School has no lunch program
The East End’s seasonal economy leaves many working families short of funds during the winter months when heating bills are highest. Monetary donations are their most important resource.
DONATE to Springs Food Pantry