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Help to the Hungry

We provide a free, hot and healthy meal to anyone in the community.

Volunteers serve dinners to hungry families, the homeless and transients each month.
The Page Community United Methodist Church donates kitchen and dining room space.

  A nonprofit charity,  
The Circle of Page      depends on and thanks
the community, including individuals, groups, businesses, and churches  for their support.

Located at the Aiken Community Center, we provide food boxes to families and individuals living at or near the poverty line. We give one box per month which is about a week of food.
Hearty Boxes (nonperishables) are available for $15 each. ($40 value). No restrictions – no limit.
Healthy Family Boxes (seven pounds of frozen meat and other perishables) are available for $20 each ($60 value). Food stamps are accepted. No qualifications – no limit.

USDA food is available to those meeting TFAP and TANF eligibility.

Volunteers purchase and receive deliveries twice a month from Care and Share Food Bank in Flagstaff, which provides a mix of foodstuffs and household items.
We accept donations of unopened perishables and frozen food, as well as non-perishables.
Local churches, community organizations and businesses to keep its shelves filled. Individual donations and grants help us augment staples.

Holiday Food Boxes: Thanks to the local Elks Club, families in need also receive Thanksgiving and Christmas food boxes.
Holiday Healthy Meals: Volunteers generously serve Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners with all the trimmings to 300 guests each year.
At Christmas, in addition to a fabulous meal, guests receive gifts such as hats, gloves and socks.