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Welcome to Helena Food Share

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Helena Food Share partners with hunters to end hunger in our community!  Wild game meat is important to the families who visit the pantry, providing a critical source of lean, healthy protein.  You can donate online to help cover processing costs for animals, or donate the meat you harvest.  All game donations must be processed by a licensed, commercial processor. 
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How many families visit Helena Food Share every day?
How much food does the pantry distribute in a day?  A year?
What does the pantry even look like?
How busy is the staff and volunteer team at Helena Food Share?

We know you've got questions, and we have all the answers you're looking for!  Join us for a lunch-hour tour the second Tuesday of every month.  Seating is limited, so click below to sign up for your tour today!

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Did You Know?

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Exchanging Ideas: HFS Works with Future Leaders from Afar

Making Your Mark at Helena Food Share

Growing Programs Mean Growing Needs

Waickman Reflects on Childhood Hunger in Helena

Day Named Helena Food Share's Next Executive Director

Local Girl Scouts Host Food Drive

Thanksgiving Food Distribution at Helena Food Share

2014 Turkey Challenge

Quilting Meets Carpentry and Works to Eliminate Childhood Hunger

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November 07 - Thanksgiving Food Drive

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November 11 - Senior Commodities

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November 12 - Senior Commodities

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November 20 - Turkey Challenge

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Helena Food Share serves 1300-1500 households each month.

"Not everyone has finances to pay bills and buy food, without Helena Food Share we would be living on the streets."
-HFS client

Over 96% of Helena Food Share's funding comes from local support.

"We really try to never have to come in here, but we usually end up here a few times a year.  I haven't been paid in three weeks and my wife's job just won't cover all our bills."  -HFS Client