For several years, Trinity-Kirksville has participated in a cooperative food pantry effort, the Kirksville Christian Community Food Depot. Trinity's participation consists both of sustained weekly donations and food drives.

Each week, the items most needed by the Food Depot are listed in Trinity's weekly e-newsletter, What's Happening At Trinity (affectionately known as the WHAT.) A basket is in the rear of the sanctuary for parishioners to drop off food when attending Sunday worship.

In 2012 and 2013, at low points in the Food Depot's stocks, Trinity has held a food drive, called the "Fill the Ford" campaign, utilizing one parishioner's rather conspicuous fire-engine red pickup truck. The truck is parked in front of the local Hy-Vee Supermarket in Kirksville, and parishioners solicit shoppers to purchase items to help "Fill the Ford." The event is advertised approximately 2 weeks in advance via flyers posted at several locations in Kirksville, as well as by using the power of Facebook "word of mouth" and Craigslist.

"Fill the Ford" has been a rousing success both times it has been held, in August 2012 and March 2013. The August 2012 drive resulted in 1097 pounds of food, valued at $1905.76. The March 2013 drive surpassed this. Kirksville residents donated 1499 pounds of food, worth $2274.87

Additionally, the 2012 drive was covered by KTVO-3, Kirksville's local TV station; the 2013 drive was featured in an Episcopal News Service article.