UPCOMING PANTRY CLOSURE: The pantry will be closed on Wednesday, February 22, 2023. Clients who are due to visit on that date may visit Wednesday, February 15, or any date after during pantry open hours.

WINTER WEATHER REMINDER: Occasionally, winter weather can put our clients and volunteers at risk if they have to drive during the storm, so we will close the pantry. If we do this, we will put a notice here on the website, and we will also leave a message on our phone (603.497.3433), so please call if you are uncertain. Clients who had planned to come in on that date may come in any time after the closure date.

DRIVE-THRU ORDER FORMS: We are currently testing out a new system that will help you to spend less time in the drive-thru line. At each visit, you will be given (if you want it) an order form that you can fill out at home and bring to your next visit. This is NOT required, so if you don’t want to use it, it is no problem at all! Also, everything on the list is subject to our availability, we will do our best to provide everything that you ask for.

TOP 4 ITEMS NEEDED FOR DONATION: Canned soups (all kinds, but especially chicken noodle), canned corn, macaroni & cheese, and canned tuna.

FOR PANTRY CLIENTS: The Goffstown Network Food Pantry is open for business at our normal location at St. Matthew’s Church at 7 North Mast Street in Goffstown. We are open during our normal hours of 6:00 – 7:30 pm on Wednesday evenings and 10:00 – 11:30 am on Saturday mornings. We serve residents of Goffstown, New Boston, and Dunbarton.

We are currently serving our clients using a drive-thru system. Please remain in your car, and join the line along the side of the pantry. Clients are also reminded to bring their proof of residence (current utility bill, etc) to every visit.

FOR WEEKEND FOOD PROGRAM CLIENTS: Regular weekly distribution through the schools has resumed. You may also pickup during regular pantry hours on Wednesdays from 6:00pm – 7:30pm and Saturdays from 10:00am – 11:30am.



The Goffstown Network, through its volunteers and member organizations, in a cooperative spirit of community and mutual caring, provides food and related services to our neighbors in need in Goffstown, New Boston and Dunbarton.