Cooperstown Food Pantry

25 Church Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Click to Call Us at 607-547-8902

The Cooperstown Food Pantry is a tax-exempt organization through our sponsoring agency, the First Presbyterian Church of Cooperstown.

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Mass Distribution

The Cooperstown Food Pantry has partnered with The United Way of Delaware and Otsego Counties and Fidelis Care to bring a Mass Distribution site to Otsego County. The location will be at the Northern Eagle Beverage facility located at 41 Browne Street, Oneonta starting at 11am (*times may change). Mass Food Distribution provides 1 to […]

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2019 Delivery Dates

About 80% of what we distribute we purchase through Feeding America from the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York in Latham. Once a month an average of 8 tons is delivered to a regional drop sight in Oneonta. A small army of volunteers picks up, organizes, delivers, and stocks over 500 cases of food and other items. […]

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Scriven Foundation to match gifts made to the Cooperstown Food Pantry

  ​ During the months of November and December, the Scriven Foundation will match donations made to the Cooperstown Food Pantry, ​up to a total of $7,500. ​ Donations can be made online at, or sent to the Food ​Pantry at 25 Church St., Cooperstown NY 13326.​ Checks may be made out to Cooperstown Food Pantry. ​

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Sponsor a Backpack For a Student

Help us fill one of these backpacks for $20 a month. A monthly sponsorship will provide a child in the Cooperstown School District a weekly backpack full of food for the weekend. Please contact the Stacey at 607-547-8902.  

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2017 Annual Report

The Cooperstown Food Pantry celebrated 40 years of community service in 2017, providing an important safety net for area families forced to choose between paying for utilities, medicine, gasoline or food. After 40 years as an all-volunteer organization, the two volunteer directors, the Oversight and Advisory Board and the First Presbyterian Church of Cooperstown agreed that it had become […]

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