Food & Essentials During COVID-19 Crisis

Cranberry Township is committed to the health and safety of our residents, businesses, and guests. We are urging everyone to be diligent regarding social distancing during these uncertain times. We also realize that while we are safeguarding the health of our community members, it has become an increasingly difficult time for our business community.

Please consider the following ways to help support our local businesses:

  • Ordering take-out and delivery from local restaurants
  • Make payments by phone or online
  • Arrange virtual appointments with health care professionals
  • Buy gift cards for future use
  • Arrange virtual meetings for professional service
  • Take advantage of curbside pick-up or delivery from local stores
  1. Restaurants
  2. Grocery/Pharmacy

View the Cranberry Business Directory

Additional Community Resources

Community Response Team 
Cranberry Township organized a volunteer network to deliver basic goods and essentials to those in need during the COVID-19 crisis.

Gleaners Food Bank 
A non-profit, non-denominational organization that provides food to Cranberry residents in need.

Victory Church "Help Your Neighbor" Food Distribution
A food distribution center and drop-off location for people to donate non-perishables, as well as a pick-up location for those in need of food.

Food for Butler County Senior Citizens Provided by Army National Guard 
Shelf-stable meals were delivered by the Army National Guard to support senior citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. Seniors in need of meals can call the Area Agency on Aging to be screened for eligibility from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 724-282-3008. 

PA 2‑1‑1 Southwest
Part of the national 2‑1‑1 Call Centers initiative that seeks to provide an easy-to-remember telephone number and web resource for finding health and human services– for everyday needs and in crisis situations.