IMPORTANT: Treehouse Pantry Procedure

All Treehouse Pantry services are accessed through students school social worker, counselor or nurse.

The Treehouse Pantry Mission

The Treehouse Pantry Mission is to remove barriers to a student's academic and social success.

The Treehouse Pantry provides students and families in Springdale Schools food, school supplies, hygiene supplies, shoes, internet hot spots, and other essential items.

We would like to thank all of our amazing community partners for making the Treehouse Pantry possible.

Tyson Foods, Walmart, Samaritan's Feet, Harps, Northwest Arkansas Food Bank, Springdale Public Schools Education Foundation, Stone Mill Bread & Cafe, Arkansas Supply Chain Association, The Pack Shack, UAMS, Arvest, Community Clinic, Springdale Fire Department, Springdale Police Department, Cox, Once Upon a Time Books & Arkansas Sign & Banner.

Because of these partnerships, the Treehouse Pantry will continue to be able to meet the needs students and families.

Volunteers at the Treehouse Pantry

Items needed in the Treehouse Pantry

Items must not be expired or opened.

  1. Canned fruits (or fruit cups) - prefer pop tops

  2. Canned vegetables - prefer pop tops

  3. Canned stews, chili, raviolis, spaghetti O's, beans, meats (tuna and chicken) - prefer pop tops

  4. Manual can openers

  5. Ready to eat meals in a box (only require water)

  6. Instant mashed potatoes, stuffing mix, tuna helper, chicken helper

  7. Whole grain pasta noodles / spaghetti noodles, mac and cheese, ramen, and spaghetti sauce (plastic bottles)

  8. Bags of dry rice and beans

  9. Peanut butter and jelly

  10. Healthy snacks (granola bars, breakfast bars, fruit snacks, fruit pouches, dried fruit, beef jerky, raisins, nuts, crackers)

  11. Hot and cold whole grain cereal, oatmeal, grits

  12. Shelf stable milk

  13. Fruit and vegetable juices

  14. Laundry Detergent and disinfectant wipes

  15. Paper plates, flatware, flash lights

  16. Small digital alarm clocks

  17. Hygiene products (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, body wash, femine hygiene items, toilet paper)

  18. Formula, baby food, diapers (all sizes), baby wipes

  19. Boys and girls socks, underwear, undergarments (t-shirts, sports bras)

  20. Air mattresses, blankets, pillows

  21. Canned Fruit

  22. Canned Vegetables

  23. Canned Stews, Chili, Raviolis, Peanut Butter

  24. Jelly

  25. Canned meats (Tuna, Chicken chunks)

  26. Snack foods (protein bars, breakfast bars, beef jerky, peanut butter crackers)

  27. Instant Oatmeal

  28. Ramen Noodles

  29. Crackers (Cheez-its), regular crackers

  30. Pudding cups

  31. Rice

IMPORTANT - Treehouse Pantry Procedure

All Treehouse Pantry services are accessed through students social workers, counselor or nurse.

Affordable Internet for all.

Affordable Cox Internet

Affordable Cox Internet