Food Sources & Delivery

Community Resource Spread Sheet

A group of community focused individuals have started to put together a spread sheet that can be used to communicate needs and services to offer. It has already begun to take shape. Please visit the spread sheet if you are in need of assistance or willing to offer the local community your services. The link can be found here.

Free Food Delivery through the Campton Baptist Church

  1. This program operates on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  For this to work efficiently, you will need to plan your meals ahead of time to avoid missing something you need.  It is likely that each family will only get this service ONE DAY per week, depending on the demand and backlog.
  2. Please contact Mike THE DAY BEFORE with a list of what is needed.   Please indicate what alternative products we can substitute if they don’t have precisely what you want.  Email is preferred at or you can text the list to Mike at 603 494-1127.   You will also need to provide your name, address and directions (if needed).  We’ll pick up & deliver your order whereupon you can pay BY CHECK.

Campton Area Resource Center

The Campton Area Resource Center’s food pantry is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 1 pm to 4 pm. If you have any questions, or want to see if you are close enough for delivery, please call (603) 236-6232. Additional information and updates can be found on the Campton Area Resource Center Facebook Page.

Hannaford and Walmart’s New Shopping Times for Vulnerable Populations

Hannaford will be changing their hours from 7 am to 9 pm, starting Saturday March 21st, and reserving 6 am to 7 am shopping on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday to those over 60 and those that the CDC determine to be high risk. For more information please visit Hannaford’s website. Walmart will also be changing their hours to allow for more time sanitizing and stocking shelves. Walmart will be open 7 am to 8:30 pm. Walmart will also open an hour early on Tuesdays, starting Tuesday March 24th, for populations 60 and older to shop, this will include the Pharmacy and Vision Centers. For more information please visit Walmart’s website.

Local Restaurants

While dining rooms are closed, restaurants may still be open. The Governor has allowed for take out and delivery to continue. The emergency order has been updated to allow for carry out drinks. Please call ahead or check their websites to see if their schedules have changed.

Press release: Governor Sununu orders all New Hampshire restaurants to serve by take-out, delivery or drive-through only and now can include alcohol in your take-out or delivery order