Take the complexity out of running your food pantry.
Quick and easy check-in process for optimizing and automating your food pantry check-in workflow.
Automated ticket printing system to help you easily track and distribute item to patrons.
Create reports and review statistics on patron demographics, average household sizes, and more.
Safeguard your data with built-in backup scheduling to automatically backup your database.
Powerful and flexible patron searching using a variety of search criteria. Barcode scanning is also supported.
Full-featured and secure backend powered by a Microsoft SQL server database.
Leave those paper scraps and manual calculations behind! LoafSeven can help make reports and statistics on your food pantry easy. Generate beautiful and insightful charts and graphs on-the-fly to help you visualize the data, and see the facts on all the hard work you've been doing.
Checking in patrons is simple using LoafSeven and takes less than a minute!
Just search for the patron by their name, birthday, or by their patron ID. If you have barcode scanning enabled, you can simply scan the patron's barcode ID and the software will find them automatically.
LoafSeven will then display the patron's information from your records to help you choose the right one. Select the patron from the list and click next to move to the check-in step.
After selecting the patron, you can verify the information about the patron. The software will indicate if the patron is allowed to pick-up based on two set schedules: once per week or once per month.
Click Save to check in the patron, and the pickup date and patron information will be recorded! (If the printing feature is selected, a ticket will be printed automatically.)
The software is then ready for the next patron!
LoafSeven is a Christ-centered software company that exists to help small food pantry organizations feed the hungry. Our goal is to provide software that reduces the administrative overhead of running the pantry allowing for fewer volunteers and more time for personal interaction with the patrons.
Then he took the seven loaves and the fish, and when he had given thanks, he broke them and gave them to the disciples, and they in turn to the people. They all ate and were satisfied. Afterward the disciples picked up seven basketfuls of broken pieces that were left over. The number of those who ate was four thousand men, besides women and children.