BHS Food Shelf

Located in the MPR Room (002) of the Brockport High School

We are OPEN! 

The BHS Food Shelf fulfills food orders on a first come, first serve basis. Our usual turn-around time is within 1 (excluding weekends and school holidays). Once the order has been fulfilled, the client will receive a phone call from a faculty/staff member, confirming the order.

Orders that have not been picked up within 2-days (school days) will be take back into the food shelf and a second order would need to be placed. 

We Look to Provide:

Food (Both Perishable and Non-Perishable), Sanitary Items, and Clothing; serving the needs of Brockport High School students and beyond. 

Please note that order forms are completely confidential and the only people seeing identifying responses are the NHS Advisors and social workers. 

Order food and sanitary products (FREE) using this link:  BHS Food Pantry link 

Food Shelf Team

Kai Bonisteel
Food Shelf Leader 23-24

Jeffrey Xue
Food Shelf Leader 22-23

Ella Jonhnson
NHS Junior Officer

Mr. Mike
Staff Volunteer

Mrs. Lauren Phillips
Food Shelf Advisor

Mrs. Patricia Arnold
NHS Advisor

Ms. Samantha DiPerna
Friends of Rachel Advisor

Ms. Jamie Porteus
Office Champion

ECFCO-Brockport Presbyterian Church Community Garden

The ECFCO-Brockport Presbyterian Church Community Garden was revitalized from March through April of 2021. ECFCO Volunteers successfully removed the eight previous garden beds, before installing fifteen brand new, 4 feet x 8 feet raised garden beds. Each garden bed contains a healthy mix of topsoil and compost. To finish, the community garden paths received a new layer of mulch. 

All produce grown in the garden is free to take! If you see something that's ripe, it's yours! If you would like to weed, we welcome you to do so as well! Independent volunteers are always welcome.

The garden is cared for by ECFCO volunteers. Please contact us ( if you would like to volunteer with the group or help water the garden on a weekly basis. 

Garden Roster

Currently Planted: tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, corn, squash (many varieties), beets, spinach, kale, carrots, peas, beans (yellow, green, purple), basil, mustard greens, scallions, marigolds, and cucumbers.  

Thank you, Donors! 

Sara's Garden Center;

Compost Donation

Stockham Lumber;

Lumber Donation

Arnold's Tree Service;

Mulch Donation

St. Luke's Episcopal;

Financial Donation


Financial Donation

Karen Baase;

Financial Donation

Linden Family;

Financial Donation

Crissman Family;

Financial Donation

Kathy Kristansen;

Weed Paper Donation

Pardun Family;

Financial & Material Donation

Josie Snyder;

Seed & Seedling Donation

Ms. Snyder's 8th Grade Class;

Seedling Donation


Food Insecurity



ECFCO runs on-demand Gardening Orientations. In an ECFCO Gardening Orientation, participants will receive a lesson on food insecurity and how people around us are affected by food insecurity, resources on fighting food insecurity, and food waste. Participants are then introduced to the community garden, where a full garden tour is conducted where participants may interact with the life in each separate bed. Finally, a lesson on composting will conclude the Gardening Orientation. Following the Gardening Orientation, participants are invited to stay and volunteer in the ECFCO-Presbyterian Church Community Garden. The facilitator of the Gardening Orientation will also stay and assist with the garden work, as well as answer any questions the party may have. 

Please contact us ( to schedule a Gardening Orientation.

All Gardening Orientations are FREE to attend and schedule. We are happy to accommodate both families and large groups. 

Fruit Collection

Temporarily Suspended

We are working hard to reinstate fruit collection as New York opens from Covid!