New Opportunities Food Pantry Program
Want to Donate Food To Help Your Neighbors?
New Opportunities is a local Iowa nonprofit organization that partners with the Food Bank of Iowa to provide critical food assistance to Iowans that are struggling with food insecurity. New Opportunities believes that no one in our communities should go hungry. Official Iowa food assistance programs such as food stamps do not always meet the needs of low-income families and individuals. It is through the generosity of the community that our organization is able to fill the gap left by these state programs.
To contact a local office to arrange a food donation drop-off, contact one of our local offices today.
Most needed food pantry items include: non-perishable food and personal care items, examples:
- Canned meat
- Canned fruit
- Canned vegetables
- Pasta dinners
- Peanut butter
Your donation to a local food pantry helps provide others in your community access to free meals that provide the nutrition their families require. We are always accepting food pantry donations and appreciate donations to help improve food security in our local communities. New Opportunities also accepts monetary contributions. As a registered non-profit, your financial assistance to our organization’s mission is a completely tax-deductible donation.
New Opportunities Iowa Food Bank Locations
If you’re looking to donate to a food pantry or are in need of free food from a food pantry, find a New Opportunities food pantry near you below.
- Audubon Food Pantry
- Mobile food Pantry
- Rockwell City Food Pantry
- Mobile Food Pantry
- Carroll Food Pantry
- Manning Food Pantry
- Learn more about Hunger Free Dallas County and view a listing of local food pantries available.
- Food Pantry Intake is available for the ARC at New Opportunities Greene County Family Development Center (Outreach).
- Guthrie Center Food Pantry
- Sac City Food Pantry
- Mobile Food Pantry
Need Additional Support Services?
New Opportunities is a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of the people around us. We offer additional support services to help people get through hard times and improve their lives for the better.
- Utility assistance
- Heating assistance
- Water bill assistance
- Addiction treatment services for drug and alcohol dependence
- Education support services to help low-income children succeed
If you need food assistance or help accessing any of our other New Opportunities programs, click on the county below for contact information, address, and the specific services offered in your county:
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. View the full statement.