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MANNA operates with minimal government support and is dependent on donations of both food and funds to sustain its operation and to support a growing base of clients.

In 2011 MANNA helped 40,870 individuals in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. The demand for our nutritionally balanced food supplies continues to grow… as does the need to raise awareness and garner lifeline support.

Click HERE to find current and ongoing MANNA food collections

Monetary Donations

MANNA could not operate without the financial support of the community. MANNA is designated a 501(c)(3) charitable organization by the federal government, meaning that all donations to MANNA are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Donations are critical to ongoing operations and facility improvements. The need is especially significant during the summer months when donations are typically at their lowest levels.

MANNA accepts both designated and undesignated donations, for both operational as well as capital needs. Furthermore, MANNA is able to accept gifts of stocks or other appreciable assets. Often a donor can realize significant tax savings by making such a donation. Consult with your financial advisor for detailed information on such opportunities.

MANNA also encourages current supporters to consider MANNA in your estate planning so that your generosity and commitment to our community will continue upon death.

Click here to view MANNA's 990 tax return.

Click on the PayPal link on the top of this page to make an online donation. If you prefer to pay by check, please drop off or mail to:

Manna Food Pantries
116 East Gonzalez Street
Pensacola, FL 32501

For more information, please contact Susan Wilkins at 850.432.2053.

Food Donations

The local economic downturn has forced some businesses to close and others to lay off workers, which has affected demand for food staples in recent months. MANNA Pantries is a short-term emergency food distribution organization. We want to be there for those who find themselves in an emergency food crisis, and we need continued community support to ensure we have the provisions needed to address emergency food needs throughout the year.

Click here to learn how you can organize a food drive in your school, parish, business or organization. A few simple steps are suggested to create a fun and successful food drive for MANNA!

MANNA provides pantry food 22 days per month and serves an average of 120 people per day in seven locations. To meet the goal of providing families in need with a well-balanced meal, MANNA attempts to include items from each of five food groups when giving.

Needed Food Donations

Click HERE to find current and ongoing MANNA food collections

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Leave No One Unfed!