202 Woodford Street
Portland, ME 04103
Project FEED is a nonprofit organization that focuses on the alleviation of physical hunger. This organization considers themselves an emergency food pantry, meaning that food is distributed immediately to community members who need it the most. Project FEED subscribes to the mentality that food donations do not simply physically feed the concerned individual or family, but they also feed emotions and attitudes. Doing something positive for the community and for community members can make a lasting impact on everyone involved.
In addition to canned goods, dry goods and other non-perishable food items, this organization accepts a wide range of additional donations. If you would like to, you are welcome to donate any standard pantry staples or refrigerated items such as fruit, peanut butter, soup or stew, cereal, fresh onions, potatoes and other produce from Cape Elizabeth farm, juice, shelf-stable milk, bread and tea or any number of personal items such as toilet paper, toothbrushes and toothpaste, shampoo, bar soap and feminine products like tampons or maxi pads. More information on the items that can be donated and on the Thanksgiving food drive itself can be found at the website listed above.