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Anchor Point Food Pantry

Who We Are

Here at the Anchor Point Food Pantry, we know that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support. Since our founding in 2006, we have been determined to make an impact. The core of our efforts is to bring our team’s fresh ideas and passion to the range of activities we’re involved in. Through all of our endeavors we hope to display the conviction behind our beliefs.

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What We Do

We are a food pantry with a mission to serve the hungry with empathy, respect and honesty. To be effective, we believe we must exercise the attitude of kindness and cheerfulness, not that of duty.

 We seek to support and provide resources to our community. Our success is measured  by the value we provide to those we serve.


+ individuals and families with access to the right resources. By doing so, it makes an opportunity for people to receive the help they need, so that they can keep control of their own destiny. 

+ a food line and a meal on Mondays from 4-6pm

+  Our PROGRAMS - some since 2006

     *Salvation Army Commodities

     *Holiday boxes and meals 

     *Homeless Outreach

     *A summer produce

     *Children's Kids Day 

     *Delivery service: Some of our volunteers deliver food for the housebound.  We have delivered as many as 100 in one evening (during Covid19)

           Food Donation Drop-Off
Please contact us if you would like to make a food donation.  We appreciate your help in our effort to make sure our neighbor's have what they need.

PayPal or Credit Card donations                           Please

Serving Food

“Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do” Voltaire

"And blessed by all the good he has accomplished!" ~ APFP

Change of Place.

We see the challenges as an opportunity, and this stance shows our neighbors, by example, our efforts and determination to make a better situation out of an unfortunate one.  Our attitude is positive; our actions are moving us forward.  With the help of our pantry partners (Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, Homer Food Pantry, Salvation Army, Food Bank of Alaska, Alaska Community Foundation, Homer Foundation), the Anchor Point Food Pantry is better prepared to manage the unique situations we find ourselves in. We are pursuing grants that will enhance our community and better enable us to deliver the support needed by our less fortunate neighbors.  THANK YOU!  to our recent funders: Kenai Peninsula Food Bank (assisting us with much of our food and all of our meals); Rasmuson (our new 16 x 32' building), 100 Women Who Care (our transition), CITC (our rent through December 2021), Alaska Community Foundation [ACF] (our rent through June 2022 and transportation).

Beautiful Landscape

Thank you Dawson Slaughter for helping us with our first steps.  Thanks, too, to our good partners - Greg and Calvin from the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank and to our funders:  We couldn't have done it without you! We wish you many blessings!!!




We will begin slowly, but surely.  Once we get land, we will begin - step by step - to build a nice pantry. Hoping, eventually, it will be one worthy of sharing with our community. 

We're fortunate!

We are presently located at 34361 Old Sterling Hwy.  Next to the Anchor River Inn store.  Thanks to the Alaska Community Foundation (ACF) and Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) we will spend the winter here!  We are seeking to have our own plot of land in 2022.

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Remember when we could cook?!
If things go to
plan, we will do it again!