Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you.”                                                                                                                 Luke 6:38

Braman Hall Food Pantry

Braman Hall Food Pantry offers food and other items to anyone in need. Everything offered is completely free for the taking. We are simply here to help. Some of us have been in your situation and know how hard it can be to come to the door. Come anyway. There is no criticism, no judgment. Just a welcoming smile.


Open to the public:


Wednesdays 5-7 pm

Thursdays 1-3 pm


  1. Canned foods

  2. Frozen foods

  3. Boxed foods

  4. Fresh foods

  5. Meats

  6. Coffee & tea

  7. Other beverages 


  1. Paper towels

  2. Toilet paper

  3. Tissues & napkins

  4. Personal care items

  5. Laundry supplies

  6. Cleaning supplies


As donations come in we may have the following;

  1. Seasonal clothing

  2. Blankets

  3. Dishes & Cookware

  4. Household items

  5. Books

A Little History

The Braham Hall Food Pantry is a ministry of Duanesburg Florida Baptist Church. It has been in operation since 1988 when it was started by Thomas Shappy and run by Ray & Vi Whitbeck. Later, Kathy Ortgies took the reins. Today it is directed by Judith Warner. There are twelve dedicated volunteers who generously give their time and energy. Together with Judith, they faithfully serve the community.  


One & All


Judith Warner


Volunteers Packing Food

How to Donate

Food & grocery items can simply be dropped off at the pantry.

Cash or checks can be delivered in person and checks can also be mailed. Do not send cash through the mail.


Checks should be made out to:

Duanesburg Florida Baptist Church


Mail to:

Duanesburg Florida Baptist Church

PO Box 9 

Delanson, NY 12053

What to Donate

Canned, frozen, dry, or fresh food

Grocery items such as laundry and dish detergent



Most Needed

Staples tend to fly off the shelves. Here are some examples:

Dry Goods:

Rice, Oatmeal, Peanut Butter, Cereal

Canned Goods:

Fruit, Vegetables, Meat Products