Donate Money Online
Online donations are securely processed through PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account to make a donation online. Upon successful completion of your online donation, you will receive an email confirmation that can be printed and used for tax purposes.
Donate Money by Mail
If you prefer to make a donation by check to Food for Fairview please mail to:
Food for Fairview
PO Box 2077
Fairview, NC 28730
Donations of Food
Donation of Food is greatly appreciated. You can donate non-perishable canned goods and food staples in good condition within the expiration date, produce from local gardens, diapers, paper products, and hygiene items. Deliveries can be made during our open hours on Fridays, from 9:00 am until noon, at the lower level of the Fairview Community Center at 1357 E. Charlotte Hwy. Map directions can be found here and you can contact us by phone at 828.628.4322 or through our contact page.
Donations of Time
If you would like to volunteer your time to assist Food for Fairview as little as 4-5 hours a month can be a great help. There are opportunities available to greet and assist clients, stock shelves, transport food from MANNA Food Bank to the pantry and lend a hand with our fundraisers.
The generous donations of time, food and financial contributions allows us to better serve our local neighbors in need and provide a more responsive outreach with the resources that have been entrusted to us. Together we can work on a shared vision of eliminating hunger in our community of Fairview and in Western North Carolina.
The Fairview Town Crier office (next to The Local Joint)
Fairview Christian Fellowship (look for the yellow box, lower level of the church)
Fairview Post Office (look for the red wagon)
PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE CHECKS OR CASH AT ANY OF THE ABOVE SITES!
Thank you for your contribution!
In 2011 Food for Fairview distributed approximately 185,000 pounds of food to individuals and families in the Fairview community who experienced financial hardship.
This year our goal has been set at an aggressive 250,000 pounds as we anticipate an unfortunate increase in demand. Please help us reach our goal so that we can continue to provide supplemental food to those in need.
“Volunteers aren’t paid, not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.”
Front Row (Left to Right)
Steve Hopkins, Theresa & Tim Wallace, Ruth Hopkins, Linda Seagle, Betty
Davis, Mary Ann Wansong
Middle Row (Left to Right)
Nancy Theall, Lois & Jack Adair, Jason Papia, Jane Meyett, Jim & Jean Neel
Back Row (Left to Right)
Bobby Anderson, Pam Chapman, Joe Wansong, Murray & Vera Weeks, Susie
Anderson, Harold Seagle, Dick Davis, Bob Theall, Bob Meyett