- To Receive Assistance:
You will need an ID and proof of Webster County residency, Social Security Number of all living in the home and you need to meet the USDA/TEFAP income guidlines.
The Lord's Cupboard celebrated its 46th anniversary in 2020. The annual food insecurity rate for Iowa is 12.6%, and for Webster County it is 14.4%.
- Special Needs:
Instant mashed potatoes, peanut butter, jelly, cereal, pasta, syrup, and toothpaste.
Volunteers are always needed to put together groceries for clients during hours of operation. Volunteers are also needed for the advisory board, fundraising events, food truck unloading, office work, and computer data entry.
- Mission Statement:
Motivated by Christ's love, the Lord's Cupboard continues Christ's work by feeding the unemployed, the working poor, the elderly, and the physically and mentally challenged in the Fort Dodge area. We strive to foster a caring atmosphere and treat each person with dignity and care about each one as an individual. We are dedicated to maintaining continous growth in service to assist our clients to improve their quality of life. It is our hope that those who receive food will be strenghtened in body and soul. Psalm 34:8, "Taste and see that the Lord is good."
- Policy Statement:
Our ministry is based on providing EMERGENCY food assistance to our clients up to 10 times in a calendar year. Clients determine their need and when to come for assistance. We will provide food and basic household supplies for the size of your family. Our food pantry list was designed by a registered dietician and we encourage healthy choices, meal planning and stretching your grocery $$. For ideas, recipes, and assistance ask a Lord's Cupboard volunteer.