Here are all the distribution dates.


*9:00-11:00am monthly on:

- Saturday August 25th 2018

- Saturday September 29th 2018

- Saturday October 27th 2018

- Saturday November 17th 2018

- Saturday December 15th 2018

 

- Saturday January 25th 2019

- Saturday February 23rd 2019

- Saturday March 30th 2019

- Saturday April 13th 2019

- Saturday May 18th 2019

- Saturday June 29th 2019

- Saturday July 27th 2019

- Saturday August 31st 2019

- Saturday September 28th 2019



Want to volunteer?  Here's how.


If your group or organization would like to help with a distribution just contact board member Roberta Mitchell at  Volunteer@passingthebread.com


When you arrive, what happens at a food distribution?


What is the food distribution?

Passing The Bread food distribution is a once a month food giveaway to all people in need.

 

When is the distribution?

The food distribution is the last Saturday of every month and starts at 9am and ends at 11am. Note: If the last Saturday falls on a holiday weekend the distribution will be held the Saturday before. 

 

Where is the distribution held?

The food distribution is held at the Distribution Center in Zimmerman at 26833 5th Street West. To get there; from the lights on Fremont Avenue, go north on County Road 45 just 1/2 mile, turn left on to 5th Street West.  The center is in the same building as UMA Precision Machining - Just use the North Entrance and look for our sign on the exterior door.

  

What do I need to bring with me?

You will need to provide a picture ID or a current utility bill.  

We serve people from zip codes 55398 and 55371 only. 

You will not be able to receive a distribution without your ID. 

You need to bring your own grocery container, for example, 

a laundry basket works very well for this. 

 

What happens when I get there?

You will be greeted by one of our friendly volunteers and asked for your ID. Then you will given a short registration form to fill out.  Complimentary refreshments are available while you are there.

 

Does this cost anything?

There is no charge for the distribution. The money to pay for the distribution is contributed by Zimmerman and Princeton area community members, businesses, private donors, fundraisers, and grant awards. 

VOLUNTEERS - To the ones that REALLY make it happen


Our Volunteers and Area Residents make Passing The Bread a success.
Our Volunteers and Area Residents make Passing The Bread a success.
Your group can help us with our many volunteer opportunities.
Your group can help us with our many volunteer opportunities.
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