The Corner Cupboard – The area’s only non-food essential pantry

A group of social-minded volunteers founded the Corner Cupboard, a non-food pantry, dedicated to providing essentials to families and individuals living in York County, the most populated and fastest growing county in Maine.  This grassroots organization is sponsored and housed in the Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church.

The Corner Cupboard’s primary goal is to assist people in meeting their basic needs for living,  to increase their quality of life and to fill in the gap for those who are struggling.  We work collaboratively with other service agencies in the area.

The Corner Cupboard is dedicated to honoring the integrity and worth of all  individuals and we do not discriminate based on people’s needs.

In addition to non-food items, The Corner  Cupboard offers gently used clothing and household items as well as educational assistance in areas such as literacy, health, community resources and financial  responsibility.  All products are subject to availability.

The Corner Cupboard is open the third Saturday of every month from 10:00 to 2:00. Volunteers are always needed and  welcome to help us on the Saturdays we are open.  Please call the office at 324.3191

You can make an immediate difference in the life of a family, as most of the items we provide are not covered by WIC and Food Stamps.  Any donation of money or goods you provide is greatly appreciated and will enable us to continue working to help ease the struggle some families are facing.

If you would like to support The Corner Cupboard please make a check out to The Corner Cupboard and mail to CC at SUUC, 5 Lebanon Street, Sanford, ME 04073, or drop off items at the Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church. Thank you. Click on Corner Cupboard for more information.