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Marketplace

Food and Clothing Pantry 

Our Services

Please note that the Marketplace will be operating under our modified summer hours between June 5th-September 8th 2017.

Summer Hours: 

Monday………..9:00-11:00 & 1:30-4:30

Tuesday………..9:00-11:00 & 1:30-4:30

 Wednesday……………………………..9:00-11:00

Thursday……..9:00-11:30 & 1:30-4:30

 Friday……………………………………………….9:00-1:00

Regular hours will resume Monday, September 11, 2017

In order to meet immediate needs of our community, Baxter’s Marketplace provides emergency food assistance and emergency clothing assistance.  As immediate needs are met, neighbors can participate in other programs offered by Baxter to help build towards long-term solutions.  

By helping to fulfill basic needs, the Market Place assists individuals and families in being able to focus on other needs. Food and clothing resources are provided by area organizations, educational institutions, and individuals. 

Baxter’s Greenhouse also provides fresh produce to the pantry, allowing neighbors access to more nutritious food.  As a part of the Access of West Michigan Food Pantry Network, Baxter also assists in matching families & providers for Holiday Baskets.

Contact 
Call the Marketplace Coordinator at (616) 456-8593 x 217 

What you need to use the Marketplace

Which pantry you use is determined by your address, so we will first need to make sure that Baxter’s Market Place is your designated pantry.  We will also need you to bring the following with you on your initial visit:

– Photo ID with correct address. (ID is required with each visit).
– 2 pieces of mail showing name and current address.
– Social Security Cards, shot records, or birth certificates for all family members in household .
– Proof of income (Bridge Card, check stub, or DHS determination letter).

Questions? Give us a call at (616) 456-8593 ext. 217 or stop by during normal working hours. 

Not sure if Baxter’s Marketplace is your pantry? Find your designated pantry by viewing the pantry location resource guide. 

Pantry Location Resource Guide pdf
Interested in donating to our pantry?

We welcome donations from both individuals and groups. Donations may include food items, personal hygiene items, clothing and more. 

Download Food Pantry Item List (PDF)

Other Donation Options

Holiday Baskets

(provide, at minimum, for a complete dinner) 
Meat: turkey, ham or chicken
Potatoes, pasta, or rice: fresh, boxed, or canned
Vegetables: fresh, canned, or frozen
Fruit: fresh or canned
Bread/rolls, butter/margarine
Dessert: frozen, cake mix, pie mix and filling, or whipped topping
Side Dishes: Gravy, stuffing, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, pickles or olives 

Gently used clothing

Call in advance to arrange drop-off. Please do not place warm clothes (from the dryer) directly into plastic bags – allow them to cool first. We are in need of dress and casual clothing as well as shoes and other apparel. 

Fresh produce and perishables

If you are a local business owner whose business has a surplus of fresh produce or other perishable items, please contact us! We strive to provide quality items to our neighbors through our pantry. Thank you!