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Food Donations

Citrus Fruits

Donations are accepted

Monday - Thursday

 9:00am - 3:00pm


Honor HER Foundation

6150 W. Fairfield Dr. Pensacola, FL 32506

Become a Donor

When considering what to donate, think about what you’d be comfortable serving your family.

The Honor HER Foundation Inc. continueously seeks donors of services, supplied and food. We have a growing family and providing food is about 25% of our operating costs. We house up to 11 women veterans, although each may require special dietary needs, we often turn to our community to help keep our grocery bill more manageable

We accept and appreciate perishable and all non-perishable food donations. ​Donations are accepted Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 6150 W. Fairfield Dr. Pensacola, FL 3250.


Donations of perishable prepared foods -- typically collected from restaurants, caterers, corporate dining rooms, college campuses, hotels, and other food establishments may be donated; however, prior arrangements must be made before donating.

Sample list of items that can be donated:

  • Donations from farmers and gleaners.

  • Baked Goods from local bakeries are accepted.

  • Dairy products

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables

  • Canned goods

  • Peanut butter

  • Pasta 

  • Rice 

  • Frozen items such at chicken, turkey, pork

What can’t be donated:

  • Expired food:  food that’s past its “use-by” or “sell-by” date.

  • Leftovers: Unfortunately out of safety for our residents we cannot accept any type of  leftover food. Restaurants who wish to prepare meals for our residents should call our office at 850-44-8527 to schedule.

  • Food with packaging concerns: This includes food with damaged packaging such as dented or bloated cans, packaging that is already open, or even items in glass containers, which can shatter and cause food safety concerns, if you wouldn't consider buying it new, don't donate it.

  • Baked goods: Similar to leftovers, since food banks can’t confirm how your baked goods were made or their ingredients, they can’t be donated.

  • Wild Game: Due to safety concerns and FDA regulations, we are unable to accept any meats that are gathered by hunters.  This includes turkeys, pigs, deer, etc.

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