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Masters Manna is closed Saturday until Further Notice
Masters Manna will be closed from May 30th through June 5th.
          Food Pantry operations will resume on Monday, June 7th


Donation of Goods


We gladly receive donations:

Monday ~ Friday: 9am to noon

Master’s Manna is deeply appreciative of every donation received.

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

We accept the following items with pleasure:

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

Unfortunately, until the COVID-19 crises is resolved, the Marketplace at Master’s Manna will be closed. Please hold your donations of  toys, games, small household 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.

For Public Convenience, there are several locations off site where non-perishable foods may be donated.  They are located at:

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

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

WPAA-TV,  28 South Orchard St, Wallingford*       

non perishable food only.  (*Due to Covid-19, we recommend checking with WPAA-TV for current operating hours)

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 tolerated

Master’s Manna does not have financial resources to serve as a “dump” for the general public. There are monitoring facilities installed around the building to record improper activity and dumping. These actions will be noted and forwarded to the appropriate authority for action.

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

Your compliance is anticipated and welcome.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation.