Donation of Goods

We gladly receive donations:

Monday ~ Friday: 9am to noon

Master’s Manna is deeply appreciative of every donation made

 Donations are received by our volunteers on the north side of the building.    Simply follow the posted signage.

We accept the following items with pleasure:

All non-perishable food, fresh vegetables from your garden, food prepared in a LICENSED kitchen that has NOT been compromised (ie – placed on and served from a buffet, etc.)

Until the VOCID-19 crises is resolved, the Marketplace at Master’s Manna is Closed. Please hold your donations of gently used seasonal clothing, toys, games, small houseware items, sheets, blankets, curtains, personal hygiene items and diapers (for infant/toddler and adult use) until we are able to reopen the marketplace. We will cheerfully accept your donations at that time

Food Drop Off Sites are Located at:

5 Ice Pond Road, Wallingford  (East Side)  (24 /7)  non perishable food only

21 Haller Avenue, Yalesville  (West Side)    (24/7)   non perishable food only

WPAA-TV,  28 South Orchard St, Wallingford*        non perishable food only

        *Monday – Wednesday 11am to 4:00pm  and  Sunday 11am-3pm

East Center Market, Center Street, Wallingford


Due to space restrictions at Master’s Manna, we are unable to accept the donation of the following items:

~ Furniture (in any condition)       ~ Tires

~  Televisions                                     ~  Computers/Monitors

~  Electronics                                     ~  Mattresses/Box Springs

~  Used Paint                                     ~  Bags of Trash

~  Used Fire Extinguishers              ~  Out of season clothing

We respectfully request donations be made only during posted hours.  Dropping donations when the facility is not open and unattended may result in damage and ruined goods due to unpredictable weather conditions.

DUMPING will not be toleratedWe do not have the financial resources to serve as a “dumping place” for the general public. There are monitoring facilities around the building that record improper activity and dumping of trash. These actions will be noted and forwarded to authorities for appropriate action.

Your compassion and concern for our limitations and your willingness to follow donation policies means everyone at Master’s Manna is able to focus all our resources to provide for the needs of the community we serve. 

Your compliance is anticipated and welcome.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation.   


                                                 How can YOU help Master’s Manna?

So often we are asked, “How can I/We help Master’s Manna?” 

There are several ways you can help Master’s Manna continue to serve and provide food to the hungry.

Listed are just a few ideas to start you thinking.

    • Company or Individual Food Drives (cereal, tuna, canned meals, toiletries)
    • Company matching donations – Check with your Human Resource Dept
    • Monthly Company donations (i.e. $100, $250, $500, etc.)
    • Bottle and can drives
    • Social media fundraisers: birthdays, anniversary, other celebrations
    • Carwash
    • Lemonade stand
    • Ask guests for nonperishable food donations rather than gifts at parties
    • Legacy giving (in lieu of flowers or gifts)
    • Bake sale                                                             

                                                                                DONATIONS OF 

                                                      Food                          Money                             Time   

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Master’s Manna, Inc.  428 South Cherry Street  PO Box 4032  Wallingford, CT  06492

Telephone: 203-678-3042       Email:    

501(c) 3 non-profit organization