The Fairfield Food Pantry Relies on Support From The Community

1  Help When You Shop at Krogers or Amazon
Krogers and Amazon Smile will give a percentage of your purchases to The Fairfield Food Pantry.

Go to  Select Cincinnati, Ohio, and sign in to organization FJ902.   Note that this is a new number  
Register “The Fairfield Food Pantry” as your Kroger Plus card non-profit recipient. It will not have an effect on your gas points.   

Go to and search for Fairfield Food Pantry. Be sure to go to Amazon Smile whenever you make a purchase from Amazon in order to have a percentage automatically sent to the Fairfield Food Pantry.

2  Help by Volunteering Your Time   
If you are interested in volunteering, contact the Fairfield Food Pantry at 513-829-9047 or email:   Provide your name, phone or email, and days and times you are available.

3  Help by Making a Food Donation
The Fairfield Food Pantry always needs food!  Individuals, organizations, churches, athletic teams, groups, or clubs can hold food drives or collections and deliver items to the Fairfield Food Pantry. Please call 513-829-9047 to set up a time to deliver your donations.

4  Help by Making a Monetary Donation 
Tax deductible donations are always needed to  fund food purchases, rent, and operational expenses.
To make a donation online,  simply click   
Checks are also accepted made payable to Fairfield Food Pantry.   Mail to: Fairfield Food Pantry, 1085 Magie Ave, Fairfield, Ohio, 45014.

5  Help by Having a Fundraiser 
Fund Raisers may be conducted by community groups, organizations, family or neighborhood parties or athletic events. As an example, one group held a Super Bowl competition among the Fairfield Elementary Schools with the winning school receiving a visit from our high school football team to interact, tutor, and promote good behavior and academics. It was a win-win situation for the students, the team and The Fairfield Food Pantry. Have an idea?
Give us a call at 513-829-9047.

6  Help by Conducting a Food Drive
You or your organization might consider organizing a Food Drive.  Ask us how.  Always in need are
Peanut Butter , Canned Fruit & Vegetables, Macaroni & Cheese, Cereal, Snack Items,  Spaghetti  & Spaghetti Sauce,  Canned Meat (tuna, chicken) Variety of Canned Foods, Dried Pasta & Rice, Bars of Soap, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Shampoo, Conditioner, Toilet Paper,  Laundry Soap, Dish Soap, Sanitizing Wipes,  Baby Wipes & Diapers  
Call 513-829-9047 to find out when to deliver your items.

Our Most Recent Donations & Food Drives

A partnership formed with the Fairfield High School National Honor Society, Fairfield Food Pantry, Shared Harvest and  the Fairfield High School Food Closet, will ensure the school’s shelves are full to assist students in need.  The Food Closet was started by senior Madi Dunn, a member of the National Honor Society, out of concern for classmates who were coming to school hungry. Food Pantry Trustee and founder Howard Dirksen, using his experience working with other food pantries, met with Madi, Principal William Rice, and Tina Osso of Shared Harvest to work out a viable plan to help. As a result of that meeting, the food pantry will now be the 501(c)3 supplier of boxes of food from Shared Harvest to the school. Fundraisers and donations received by the National Honor Society will be used to purchase goods for this project as well.  “It is felt that this will be a win-win venture for both the Fairfield Food Pantry and the Fairfield High School Food Closet beginning this school year and for years to come,” said pantry Trustee Judy Dirksen.  Pictured: Fairfield Food Pantry Trustees Bill Woeste, Wayne Krieghoff, Becca Desai, Larry Abbott, Judy Dirksen and Gerry Betsch; Sarah Ormbrek of Shared Harvest; and Fairfield High School National Honor Society board members Natalie Barrett, Sydney Westerbeck, Emma Snyder, Madi Flick (kneeling), Vanessa Veak and Madi Dunn (in front). 

Bryce Fletcher, a 3rd grader at John Paul II, collected canned goods in his neighborhood for his Lenten Project and donated them to Fairfield Food Panty.  He passed out fliers the weekend before and the response was overwhelming, collecting 181 lbs of food in his wagon and delivered in the  pickup truck to the pantry.  He likened it to Easter and the excitement he felt every time he found the donated food on the porches.  Good job, Bryce! 


Jeff Zugelter, Chaplain of the Elks Lodge #93 presented a check in the amount of $750 to Becca Desai, Fairfield Food. Pantry Trustee.  The donation was given to help purchase food for our Holiday/Christmas Bags presented in December, 2017.  Along with Zugelter, Ed and Lindy Stasen, Brian Brennan, Art Nash and Kathy and Mike Scholl volunteered their time to help with the distribution of the Christmas/Holiday Bags.  


Linda Yarger, President of Fairfield Community Foundation, presented a check to the Fairfield Food Pantry in the amount of $1,000 in the Fall of 2018.