Food Pantry Ministry

Food Pantry and Clothes Closet

The Third Sunday of every month has been designated as Food Pantry Day at WillowCreek Fellowship.  That is the day we bring a donation of canned goods and/or staple goods to the altar before morning worship.  We have many families that come to us for help.  Please be as generous as you can.

With God's blessings and provision we have been able to regularly serve on average over 250 Plano families each week. This is an important ministry, and your participation and donations are invited.

For those needing food

The Food Pantry operates on Tuesdays between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.

Requirements for receiving food from the Food Pantry are:

Proof of residency in one of the following 2 Plano ZIP codes:
75074 and 75075.

Previous enrollees from zip code 75023 may reenroll, however we are no longer accepting new applications from residents of zip code 75023.

All documents must be current with correct names and addresses.

Proof of residency may be a government document (e.g. driver's license, passport, identity card, etc.), or, a lease or a credit card statement, any of which have your name and address in one of the 3 ZIP codes.  Other documents may be acceptable.

A new requirement is a current utility bill (electricity, water, or gas).

You may receive food from us most Tuesdays. (See note* below)

Upon approval, you will receive a Food Pantry ID card.  Only one ID card is issued per residence address.

Even in the case of an unacceptable document, or residency, we will give you food one time that Tuesday.

We wish we could serve a larger area, but we are doing what God has given us the ability and resources to do.

*Open or Closed Note:

Generally speaking we are OPEN 48-50 weeks of the year at 11:00 am on Tuesdays until 2:00 pm.

We are CLOSED during the week of Thanksgiving and the week of Christmas

Some years we are closed the week of New Year's Day.

If Williams High School (Plano Independant School District) is closed due to inclement weather (typically in the winter, when it is too icy to be on the roads. Roads may be passable, but sidewalks and parking lots are still too icy to walk on safely.)

We might also be closed one week during the summer when the North Texas Food Bank is closed for inventory.  They do not deliver any food that week.