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How to Help

About Aunt Dot's Place

Aunt Dot’s Place, Inc. is a registered 501c3 charitable corporation and is an independent organization with no official ties to any religious or secular institution. We have no paid staff and all of our funding comes from our generous community. We serve the residents of Essex, Essex Junction, Jericho, Underhill and Westford.

Amy Poehler

How to Support Aunt Dot's Place

Donate Food

If you would like to drop off a food donation you can drop it off at these locations:

– Price Chopper, Essex, Vermont
– Essex Middle School
– Founders Memorial School

Or Aunt Dot’s Place during our operating hours (Tuesday 6-7:30pm, Thursday & Saturday 9-11am) at 51 Center Road Essex, Vermont

Host a Food Drive

If you would like to host a food drive to benefit Aunt Dot’s Place – please contact us . We are here to help and provide ideas.

Donate Money

Please consider making a monetary donation by clicking the MAKE A DONATION button on this page or mailing it to:

Aunt Dot’s Place
PO Box #8216
Essex, Vermont 05451


We are a 100% volunteer run organization and would love your help. Click here to find out about volunteer opportunities.

Thank You!

Aunt Dot's Place would like to thank the following community businesses and individuals for their support for 2019. Their contributions to our effort is greatly appreciated and is truly making a difference in the community!
  • Foodscience Corporation
  • Pomerleau
  • Community Bank
  • Murray's Tavern
  • Essex Pediatrics
  • Essex Westford Unified School District
  • Comfort Cookies
  • Autumn Pond
  • Timberlane Dental
  • Essex Family Dental
  • Grace United Methodist Church
  • Hannaford
  • Price Chopper
  • Freihofer's
  • Mark's BBQ
  • Essex Outlet Cinemas
  • Matt Lumsden Real Estate
  • Trader Joe's
  • Essex Police Department
  • Costco

Donations Can Be Mailed To

Aunt Dot’s Place
PO Box 8216
Essex VT 05451

Or Dropped Off In Person:
Tuesday 6PM-7:30PM
Thursday 9AM-11AM
Saturday 9AM-11AM

You will meet the most wonderful people at Aunt Dot’s Place! – Alan Boyd