JFCS Food Pantry

The Sonny & Janet Meyer Family Food Pantry Fund, JFCS Food Pantry
providing support for families in need.

Donations Needed For Members Of Our Community
More than 100 Louisville individuals and families receive items from the JFCS Food Pantry & Emergency Services each year. The following are suggestions of some of the most needed items:

Non-Perishable Food Items

Peanut Butter • Canned Tuna/Salmon • Macaroni/Cheese • Soups • Juices • Tea Bags • Breakfast Cereal/Oatmeal • Canned Tomatoes • Canned Stew • Coffee

Paper Goods:

Toilet Paper • Tissue Paper • Paper TowelsJFCS Food Pantry


Shampoo • Soap • Toothpaste • Toothbrush • Deodorant

Cleaning Supplies:

Laundry Detergent • Dish Detergent • Sponges

Through the generosity of people all over our community, JFCS Emergency Services has become a partner to provide vital support, when there are those who have no other “shoulder” to lean on. Donations can be dropped off at the JFCS Louis and Lee Roth Family Center at 2821 Klempner Way. You may also contact JFCS BBromley@jfcslouisville.org to help your organization set up a food drive.



JFCS Basket of BlessingsBaskets of Blessings

Planning a Simcha? Contact JFCS to reserve your Baskets of Blessings to make a special occasion even more meaningful. Our baskets will enhance the bimah and/or tables at your event while also representing your contributions to JFCS for food and assistance to those in need. Each basket rental represents a tax-deductible contribution to JFCS.


  1. I would like to make a donation in honor of Ellen and Richard Goldwin’s 50th anniversary. Is there a way for me to do that on line? Thank you, Paula Fisch

    • If you are looking to make a donation directly to the Food Pantry, you will need to contact JFCS directly. The Federation does have a fund that supports JFCS.

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