Irondequoit Community Cupboard, Inc.

The Irondequoit Community Cupboard, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization designed to meet a variety of needs for families and individuals in the Town of Irondequoit, NY.

Mission Statement

“To provide emergency assistance to Irondequoit residents with dignity, kindness and without prejudice.”


"To raise awareness of the presence and impact of hunger and poverty in our community. We envision a community where all people share resources to ensure that residents’ basic needs are met in times of limited resources.

We advocate for and reach out to those in need and try to influence public policy so that every person in our community has the necessary support and resources to enhance nutrition, health and welfare.”

Amazon.com for ICC

This will only take a moment of your time; I know you shop at Amazon, especially for the holidays. You can help the Irondequoit Community Cupboard just by going to www.smile.amazon.com and then type in Irondequoit Community Cupboard You would then continue to shop whatever it was you were shopping for and we get a (small) dollar percentage of your order. So we win for you doing what you were going to do anyway. This would be a great and easy way for you to “Help us Help others” in our community.

For more information you can go to Facebook page for up to date photos and info https://www.facebook.com/Irondequoit-Community-Cupboard-Inc-180196068672489/?fref=ts

If you are in need of assistance, please call (585) 336-9107.
(no appointments are made online)

Distribution Hours (BY APPOINTMENT ONLY)
Tuesday & Saturday from 9:30AM - 11:00AM.

Office Hours (BY PHONE ONLY)
Monday & Wednesday 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Fridays 9:00AM-12:00PM

"Letter from the President"
(April 2018)

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Happy Spring! When I think of spring I think of gardening. I start pulling out my empty garden containers, I go buy seeds and soil and I start some of the seeds indoors. How about you?

Many of you are aware of the amazing garden that we have been able to have over at the Vineyard Church. For several years, the Vineyard has hosted a garden that we benefit from. Last year, we had a woman who graciously volunteered to coordinate the garden. Suzanne gave up many, many hours to organize and maintain the garden. Well this year Suzanne is unavailable and we have struggled in the past to get consistent volunteers. We really need your help or we will not get the produce we have been so fortunate of to receive in the past. It has been wonderful to be able to share the healthy produce with our clients, some of which they had never tried before. We usually provide a 5 ingredient (or less) recipe to go along with some of our summer and fall harvest.

There are about 30 beds and we are looking for volunteers to plant/adopt a 4x8 raised bed. The vegetable choices would come from us, but let’s say you decide to be responsible for a bed of tomatoes. You would be responsible for cleaning out the bed, adding compost, adding the plants, watering, weeding and harvesting the plants of that item. Water would be supplied by the Vineyard. After tomato season is done, then so are you. In addition to this, we will be trying out some incentives with this approach such as getting a bed for your own gardening. Or planting a garden in the bed and you give us a couple of rows. We are open to suggestions. PLEASE contact me as soon as possible if you would be interested in volunteering at the garden. 585-336-9107 or iccdebbieevans@gmail.com

I hope this is something that will continue as our clients really look forward to the fresh produce we have been able to supply via this garden. This would be a great way for a school group, a group from church, one of our civic organizations in town or a family to “Help us Help others” in our community. All year long I receive calls from people who want to volunteer and get involved with ICC, well this is a great way to do that.

We have had a lot of donations so far this spring; churches for Lent, neighbors, Scouting for Food, etc; thank you so much for your generosity! I will be getting a list of our donors up on our facebook page shortly. (listed below in an INCOMPLETE list)

Fingers crossed for some nice, sunny, WARM weather; I am ready for it!


Debbie Evans; President and Executive Director

Lisa Loeser, Chairperson
MaryJo Toepfer, Vice Chairperson
John Kane, Treasurer
Cherie Evans, Secretary

Diane Zaccarine, Corresponding Secretary
Mary Bragg, Board Member
Carolyn DeHond, Board Member

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Thank you for your generosity.

United Way (Designee Number 2466)

4275 Culver Road
Rochester, NY 14622
(585) 336-9107

Mailing Address:
ICC c/o Debbie Evans
PO Box 17834
Rochester, NY 14617


Canned fruit (without syrup)
Canned pasta meals and chili
Chicken noodle, tomato or vegetable soup
Pasta sauce
Rice (White, brown AND flavored)
Flavored pasta side dishes
Condiments (ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard)
Oatmeal (instant and old fashioned)

*We do NOT need any peas, green beans or cranberry sauce at this time.

Fruit cups
Granola bars
Nutrigrain bars
Fresh apples or oranges (dropped off at ICC only on Tuesday and Saturday 930am-1100am)
Individual cereal
Instant oatmeal
Individual popcorn or pretzels or fishies
100% juice boxes
Pasta meals (like chef boy r dee)
Macaroni and Cheese

Shampoo and Conditioner
All purpose cleaner
Salt for the driveway
Printer Paper

We also need:
Salt (for driveway/sidewalk)
printer paper
cleaning supplies for ICC, (Windex, paper towels, hand soap and rock salt)

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