Your participation in the work of CAEAP allows you to play a role in solving the problem of hunger in our communities, no matter how much or how little you are able to offer.
When you give financial resources to CAEAP you help us provide financial assistance to qualifying families and buy food in order to maintain a healthy, diverse, and well-stocked pantry. Your gifts are tax-deductible.
Contact us via email at CloverLeafPantry@gmail.com to learn more.
Please make checks payable to CAEAP and mail them to:
2 Grove Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Our volunteers play a crucial role in CAEAP as they represent our organization to the community and bridge the gap between our available resources and the clients in need.
We rely on our volunteers to distribute food on scheduled Tuesdays as well as assist with food collections and preparations.
Even if you are only available once a month or for a portion of an event, we appreciate any help you can provide. Please reach out to us via email at CloverLeafPantry@gmail.com to express your interest in volunteering.
You can donate non-perishable food items, such as grains and canned goods, at our pantry located at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church (2 Grove Pl., Pittsburgh, PA 15236). These donations are tax-deductible.
To arrange a drop-off appointment, please email us at CloverLeafPantry@gmail.com.
- October – Flour
- November – Sugar
- December – Oil
- January – Soups
- February – Pasta and/or Rice mixes
- March – Dry Drink Mixes (coffee, tea, hot cocoa, fruit)
- April – Disinfectant wipes
- May – Tissues and/or Toilet Paper (4-pack)
- June – Shampoo (for pets too!)
- July – Storage (zip-lock bags, foil, wax paper)
- August – Cereals
- September – Snack bars and cups (granola, protein, fruit)