COVID-19 Updates and Announcements

COVID-19 Safety and Prevention Updates (as of December 20, 2021 – current):

  • The front doors to the Outreach Center are closed to the public out of precaution and will open back up when appropriate. The food pantry is operating and offering remote online ordering, prepacked food box pickup, and a delivery services.  *On-site kiosk ordering is not available at this time. 
  • Masks are required in all common areas and other staff office spaces.
  • Safety signs are being used at our buildings to reduce the risk for exposure to COVID-19. Our signs are being used to reinforce safety messages and instructions to ensure our employees and community members are following COVID-19 prevention guidelines.

Our COVID-19 Crisis Response

We are committed to providing food security and housing stability to our at-risk neighbors and families experiencing lost wages and layoffs. The help and support from our dedicated employees, volunteers, board, donors, delegates, and community have allowed us to:

  • Continue to keep our public community food pantry operating as safely as possible during this challenging time.
  • Offer three safe ways to receive food through our food pantry: remote online ordering, prepacked food box pickup, and a delivery services.  *on-site kiosk ordering is currently not available at this time. 
  • Support and protect our most vulnerable by delivering food to older adults and high-risk individuals so they can remain safe in their homes.
  • Respond to increased community need by working with partners to coordinate food security efforts throughout the Pottstown area and provide families with additional food resources.
  • Stabilize vulnerable families and prevent homelessness by offering, Emergency Rent and Utility Assistance, eviction prevention and social service supports through our Pottstown Housing Resource Center (HRC). We are a member of the Emergency Rent and Utility Coalition-CV Program (ERUC-CV), which may provide some assistance to individuals and families who are at risk of eviction and/or homelessness as a direct result of COVID-19. 
  • Renovating and making building modifications to ensure our buildings are safe and we are reducing the risk for exposure to COVID-19.
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