Dear Parents/Guardians:

     The Earl Besch Project is excited to continue to offer the Pantry Box Program 2021-2022 school year. We are inviting all families in need within the Camp Hill School District to voluntarily participate in the program. The goal is to help provide your family with nutritious, perishable and non-perishable food and toiletries on a bi-monthly basis. It is available through a partnership with The Earl Besch Project, The Lion Foundation, Camp Hill United Methodist Church and Camp Hill School District. The Pantry Program will provide an opportunity for shopping style choices and improve the amount and variety of food available to each family. The Pantry is open 2 weeks during each month, on select Thursdays (from 5pm to 6:30pm) and Fridays (from 8:45am and 10am). You are welcome to come at any time the pantry is open, for the opportunity to select your groceries according to your needs.

    Pantry dates through the end of the calendar year are as follows:
    Thursday, September 9th & 23rd from 5pm–6:30pm & Friday, September 10th & 24th from 8:30am–10am
    Thursday, October 7th & 21st from 5pm–6:30pm & Friday, October 8th & 22nd from 8:30am–10am
    Thursday, November 4th & 18th from 5pm–6:30pm & Friday, November 5th & 19th from 8:30am–10am
    Thursday, December 9th & 23rd from 5pm–6:30pm & Friday, December 10th from 8:30am–10am

    The Choice Pantry is located at the Camp Hill United Methodist Church, 417 South 22nd Street, Camp Hill. (Please contact The Earl Besch Project at theearlbeschproject@gmail.com if you have extenuating circumstances that prevents you from shopping).

    You may sign up to participate in the program here.


    Tracey M. Quigley-Jones             Dena Higgins                         Lynette Pertschi   

    Director of Special Education      School Nurse                         The Earl Besch Project                                               

    and Student Services                    717-901-2500 ext. 3979        717-649-1933   



     The Earl Besch Project