The Pantry of Rich Township is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization. It serves about 900 households in the 10 surrounding communities of Rich Township.
The General Assistance Program provides a monetary award to Rich Township residents of at least 21 years-old who are unemployed or disabled, and who are not receiving any other form of income. College students encouraged to apply.
If you are age 50 years or older or disabled, live in Rich Township, and have an established need for services, we are here to serve you. There are no requirements to participate in our social activities-all are welcome!
Rich Township transports seniors age 55 and older, and disabled citizens of any age, to destinations in the township.
Trained members of our Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency is often called upon to respond to non-emergency and emergency situations, including fires and accident injuries.
Quarterly publications of Rich Township include The Rich Years - News of Rich Township Senior Center, and The Rich Township Report. The Report is mailed to households in Rich Township's nine communities.