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Food Pantry

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By partnering with the Central Texas Food Bank (CTFB), and our community with food drives and donations, we're able to offer our clients a variety of fresh produce, meat and non-perishable items. We are so grateful to the churches, schools, businesses, and individuals for their generous assistance with food drives and donations, and your continuing financial support.

A Spanish-speaking volunteer is scheduled on Tuesday mornings.

To be eligible, one must live in our service area of Liberty Hill ISD, Leander, Bertram, and Briggs.


Operation Liberty Hill is an equal opportunity provider.

Food Distribution 

To become a Client, please come to the Food Pantry on a Tuesday or Thursday during pantry hours and let one of our volunteers know you are there to enroll. 

Clients are eligible to visit our pantry once a week plus Food Share Fridays.

Tuesdays 9:00 - 4:45

Thursdays 12:00 - 5:45

Food Share Friday is open to the public from 12:00 - 1:00 or until the food is gone. 

Food Pantry Phone Number (512) 778-5077

Julie Basham,

Food Pantry Manager 

Current Pantry Needs

Non-perishable Food

  • ​Canned Pinto Beans

  • Applesauce

  • Canned mandarin oranges

  • Canned pasta meal (i.e. Chef Boyardee)

  • Canned Chili

  • Canned Sloppy Joe

  • Pasta Noodles (variety)

  • Seasoned Rice

Pantry Closet Items

  • Bladder / Incontinence Control pads Men’s and Women’s

  • All in 1 Shampoo and Conditioner (or separate bottles)

  • Liquid Laundry Detergent: (no larger than 64 oz.)

  • Dish Soap: Small bottle

  • Paper Towels

  • Feminine Products (pads, liners, regular tampons)

Food Donation Guidelines

Non-Perishable Items:

  • Nothing more than 2 years past their 'Best by' date.

  • No severally dented or rusty cans

  • If you want to donate several items, it's easiest to donate all of the same items, like 12 cans of green beans.

We Do Not to Accept:

  • Glass items

  • Extremely dented or rusty cans

  • Previously opened items

  • Unlabeled food items (ingredients must be displayed and there must be an expiration or 'Best by' date)

  • Homemade foods (canned, cooked or baked)

In 2021, our Food Pantry received 52,340 pounds of donated food, rescued more than 165,108 pounds of food, and distributed food to more than 31,600 individuals!

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