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KAIR food pantry

Contact Information
324 S. Cedar Street
Kalkaska, MI - 49646
Phone: (231) 258-7836
Fax Number: (231) 258-3441

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How do I volunteer?

Just go to the frot counter & ask for an application

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Do you know if I can get food delivered to me?

No you can not

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Do I need to make an appointment?

No you just call when you get there, come in and they will call your name when it's ready

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How do I make a donation?

Clothing and household are Mon. & Fri. 10:am to 3:30pm, put in shed by employee back door.

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Can I do my community service hours at this location?

If Director approves you

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What type of documentation do I need to apply for food?

Driver's license

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3 Reviews

  1. 2022-02-11 09:28:57

    I used to be able to volunteer at KAIR: why? After being gone from this area for years I wanted to be involved. I saw nothing but good. The volunteers are hard working they sort through mounds of clothing a day. Some are washed ( they are all susposed to be washed and why, because the homeless walk off the street and” get our clothes “ was explained to me. Now the volunteers get a voucher for their service hours which they can use to purchase things in the store. I don’t begrudge them the few things they purchase . Because they unload the food trucks that come in: cases and cases . Hang and organize all the clothes and do all other miscellaneous things in the store. I bought a table in the store for my neighbor knowing the money would go to a good cause : buy food ( they still need to purchase) for the food pantry. Although they get donations of foods they still need to supplement things like soup, cereal etc. They also help people with housing and utility bills. They would like people to let them know of their needs before they get the shut off notice. Do they sometimes turn people down: yes but not often. They now are competing with a resale store in town: my donations will still go to them. I know the good they do for the community. When I volunteered I said: if it helps one child to not go hungry. To people who abuse it, I’m sorry for you. To the KAIR employees : I said” a prayer for you all this morning “. God knows your good work. Ignore the naysayers .

  2. 2020-03-26 16:30:58

    I am so upset to hear that a family member who never asks for help from pantries, and who is a resident of kalkaska was treated so awful the first time she swallowed her pride and asks for help. It is already embarrassing enough to have to ask for help let alone be treated like dirt, and made to feel more embarrassed! I understand things are stressful for everyone given the things going on in the world, but swallow your problems and be more understanding to the one's that need your help! You are an interfaith resource helping your community get through this process hitting everyone. Pray to the lord, because he likes a cheerful giver!

  3. 2019-08-23 20:12:26

    I just want to express my horror at how these people i know are able to abuse your generous system. They have more food in their pantry than you do. And use their money they get from cheating our government out of disability checks for alcohol. When i have seen them able to do more than i can physically. I cannot believe people like this are able to get your organizations to feed and clothe them as well as pay bills that they are behind on. These poor hungry families who have children should come get some of this food, before it spoils there is such a stockpile. Yet they go get more at every pantry in the area every time they can.

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Pantry Details, hours, photos, information: KAIR food pantry

KAIR is a a 501 (c) 3 non-profit that serves the Kalkaska area with a resale store that provides funds for the food pantry, baby pantry and client services which provides the needy of Kalkaska County help with medical, utility bills, and various hardships.

Pantry Hours
Monday - Friday
10:00am - 3:00pm

People using the food pantry can visit one time per month.

For more information, please call.

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County or Counties Served: Kalkaska

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