Page updated 4/8/20. The Food Pantry is located at Ridgefield Town Hall on the upper level. However we are currently closed for walk-ins, but are open by appointment.
Click here to see our most up to date resource list to help with food insecurity in Ridgefield.
During this health emergency anyone wishing to donate can mail a check or gift cards to Town of Ridgefield, "Emergency Fund" in the memo, or donate online at:
We are not taking physical donations at Town Hall at this time; food or gift cards. Gift cards can be dropped off at Town Hall during business hours. Anyone needing access to food should contact Karen Gaudian at Municipalagent@ridgefieldct.org or 203-431-2754.
Anyone who has children in the Ridgefield Public Schools Free and Reduced lunch program, please follow instructions provided by the Ridgefield Public Schools. You can find the school's letter/instructions by clicking here also click here to view a recent letter meant for you.
Anyone who is experiencing food insecurity, please complete this form and we will be in touch: Click here.
The pantry is open to all local Ridgefield residents with food insecurity. All residents should complete an application with Social Services. Directions to the Food Pantry
Closed indefinitely, but we are available by phone or email.
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