The SFFP Difference

Fighting hunger in the Greater Seacoast demands a model of service that respects the dignity of all our community members and includes the wisdom and work of other nonprofits seeking to ensure the health and wellbeing of all those who live in the Greater Seacoast.

Our model of offering food to people is designed to support each individual’s needs with dignity and respect.

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff and volunteers are always available to assist you with your shopping, discuss menu plans for the week, suggest healthy choices, and provide referrals for other needed services.

Our pantry always provides fresh foods including: milk, whole grain bread, eggs, cheddar cheese, fresh fruits and vegetables.

We ensure that each month visitors have access to personal care items including laundry detergent, dish soap, shampoo and paper products. These are often expensive for people on fixed incomes.

We focus on two of our most vulnerable populations: children and seniors.

We continually seek to interact with our community in a way that builds bridges out of poverty, supports equality and builds community.