East Cobb

PORCH East Cobb is an all-volunteer, grassroots hunger relief organization. We collect food and cash donations through monthly neighborhood food drives and deliver the contributions to food pantries who provide emergency food to individuals and families in our area.

Get Involved

Donate food – Contact us and we will let you know if there is a coordinator in your neighborhood or where the closest drop-off location is that month.

Coordinate and/or host a monthly food drive in your neighborhood! Email neighbors and post on your neighborhood social media about the collection and items needed by the partner pantry. Then, take the donated items to your designated food pantry.

Collection dates: 
CFR and Brumby pantries

January 11, 2024

February 8, 2024

March 14, 2024

April 11, 2024

May 9, 2024

June 13, 2024

July 11, 2024

August 8, 2024

September 12, 2024

October 10, 2024

November 14, 2024

December 12, 2024

Sawyer Road pantry

January 4, 2024

February 1, 2024

March 7, 2024

April 4, 2024

May 2, 2024

June 6, 2024

July 2, 2024

August 1, 2024

September 5, 2024

October 3, 2024

November 7, 2024

December 5, 2024

To get involved, email us!

Email us

How PORCH Works

PORCH is built around the simple idea of a neighborhood food drive. Here’s how it works:

Once a month, on collection day, leave your food donations on your front porch or at the designated front porch (or garage) in your neighborhood.

Volunteer neighborhood coordinators host the collection sites, and then transport the donated food by car to one of our local food pantries.

Brumby Elementary Food Pantry

Tuna Helper
Granola Bars / Poptarts
Canned Fruit/Fruit Cups
Boxed Jello Pudding
Boxed Brownie Mix
Canned Chicken
Canned Pasta
White Rice (1 Pound Bags)

Center for Family Resources

Cooking Oil
100% Juice (Shelf-Stable, Any Size)
Kid snacks
Canned Chicken
Pasta Sauce
Canned Fruit
Pasta Noodles/Spaghetti
Canned Tomatoes
Jiffy Muffin Mix

Sawyer Road Elementary Food Pantry

Cooking Oil (Small)
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Spices: Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, All Purpose Seasoning Mix
Small Bag of Sugar
Small Bag of Flour
White Rice (1 or 2 Pound Bags)
Canned Fruit

Supporting Neighborhoods

We would love to add your neighborhood to our team! Contact us at marietta@porchcommunities.org if you would like to reach your neighborhood coordinator or if you don’t see your neighborhood listed.
  • Sentinel Lake
  • Princeton Corners
  • Indian Hills
  • The Oaks
  • Heatherleigh
  • Paper Mill Manor
  • Chimney Lakes
  • Timberlea Lakes II
  • Weatherstone
  • Chimney Springs
  • Gant Quarters
  • Millbrook Farm
  • Elan
  • Sibley Forest
  • Old Paper Mill
  • Beverly Hills
  • Glen Ivy
  • Spring Creek
  • Bannock Estates
  • Stone Oak Point
  • Stratford
  • Grove Meade
  • Hyde Park
  • Bungalow Park
  • Highland Park
  • Cadence
  • Olde Ivy Gate



Contact us and we will let you know if there is a coordinator in your neighborhood or the location of the closest drop-off spot.

To make a tax-deductible financial donation, click here -> PORCH Marietta.





PORCH Communities fights food insecurity by creating sustainable hunger relief programs at the local level. Started in 2010 in Chapel Hill, NC, PORCH has grown into a repeatable model of monthly neighborhood food drives and fresh produce distribution supplying food pantries, schools, and community programs across the country. PORCH’s volunteer network of 550 neighborhoods in 10 states, has contributed more than $12.5 million dollars in hunger relief.

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