thank you!

This project is thriving
because of *you*

We are very grateful for all our neighbors in Westbrae who put food in the pantry. We are currently fundraising now to make sure we can keep it stocked for a new wave of folks who are experiencing food insecurity.  We are working now with the Berkeley Food Network and we pick up from them twice a month.  We want to thank everyone who has supported us this year and just know that there are many, many people benefitting from this project. We estimate 300 people a week use it as a source of food.

The pantry is located at Belvedere and Rose Streets 

#pandemic #realcommunity #lovemyneighborhood

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Donated 500 pairs of black cotton

BOMBAS socks and all of them

have gone to folks who need them

at the pantry!

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Ongoing donations of really awesome
top notch food samples 

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Donated 100 goggles, 50 raincoats and 

1000 N95 face masks


Supporters of the

Rose Street Food Pantry

Colleen Fain

Mary Borak

Casey Miner

Simon Troll

Keith Trummer

Kristin Bass

Jenny Blue

Jady M.





Josephine P



Donors who helped us do

on the ground

Street Outreach in Berkeley

Thank you for ordering supplies,

and donating your time 

to help us do

this outreach.

Josephine Perry

Paul Brancato

Nancy Pierce 

Jady M.


Danielle Gallant

Karen Thompson 

Myra Rose

Tina Beeson

Janet Cole

Leslie Becker

Linda Howell

Lana Golde

Sally Pras

Nancy P.

Beverly S.

Kristen Vetterlein


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We are proud to be part of the LFP network!!!  Little Free Pantries (LFPs) offer a zero-barrier access point to food to help fill the gaps in the food system. They support neighbors who are facing food insecurity while building micro-communities. They empower people to make an immediate change in their neighborhood.  

LFPs are not intended to replace or interfere with the work food security agencies and groups do. They instead work in support of FSA’s to draw awareness to food insecurity issues and create community through collective action in neighborhoods. Little Free Pantries give neighborhoods and communities the ability to help fill gaps in our food system and are a no-barrier, 24/7 access point to food.