Since COVID-19 hit the U.S. hard in March of 2020, we have made significant changes to operations at the Center. Clients should know that we are currently operating a “drive-thru” system shown below. Volunteers working inside the building create custom orders for each household while clients wait outside in their cars.

The Northampton Survival Center, through its Goshen and Northampton locations, provides low-income residents of the community with nutritionally-balanced food packages. Our program is a “choice” program, which means that each box is custom-filled for every household.

In addition to picking up their package of groceries once a month, clients may also visit once a week to select breads and fresh produce.

Pantry hours at the Survival Center are friendly and sociable. Once clients enter the pantry, they are given a number and take turns going through a brief intake process, after which they will be served in turn by our pantry volunteers.

The food provided some months makes the difference between hunger and eating. The Center has also acted as a networking tool for access to other needed services. The staff is friendly and helpful. – NSC Client

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