The Cloverleaf Area Ecumenical Assistance Program (CAEAP, or simply the “Cloverleaf Pantry”) is a nonprofit organization in the South Hills area of Pittsburgh.

We aim to support families in need of food or other assistance, regardless of their religious affiliation. Our service area is centered symbolically around the interchange of PA Route 51 and Curry Hollow Rd. in Pleasant Hills, PA – a feature known locally as “the Cloverleaf.”

About Us

Our community food pantry operates out of the St. Elizabeth of Hungary school building at 2 Grove Place. Our service area encompasses a 2.5-mile radius around the pantry.

Food distributions are usually every other Tuesday, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. (Please check our Distribution Dates)


We serve over 150 households with the teamwork of over 25 volunteers who help with food collection and distribution.


In addition to food, we also serve as a distribution point for the following:

  • KDKA turkey gift cards
  • New and gently used hats, coats, and gloves
  • Emergency financial assistance for clients who meet certain established criteria
    • Our organization does not provide rental assistance.