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Alexander County, Illinois Listing Of Food Banks


Daystar Community Program

909 Washington
Cario, 62914

Contact: Sherry Miller

Hours of operation: M,Tu,Th,F 9:30-1 24/7 contact 6189674182


Happy Helpers Pantry

430 3rd St
Tamms, 62988

Contact: Lacie Betts

Hours of operation: Thursday Friday 12-4 Sat 9-1


The Kitchen Table

1001 Washington
Cairo, 62914

Contact: Mary Carolyn Welhoelter

Hours of operation: T, W T, F 11:30-12:30

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Adams County, Illinois Listing Of Food Banks


Community for Christ Assistance Center

113 E. Jefferson
Camp Point, 62320

Contact: Jessica Barnes

Hours of operation: Tues & Sat 9-2


Lutheran Church of St. John

3340 State Street
Quincy, 62301

Contact: Dan Bangert

Hours of operation: Monday & Thursday 10 - 4


Madonna House

405 S. 12th St.
Quincy, 62301

Contact: Cindy Grawe

Hours of operation: T 1-3; & Sat. 10-12; SHELTER: 24/7



2707 Maine St.
Quincy, 62301

Contact: Jodie Shumate

Hours of operation: Fri 9-11; SHELTER 24/7


Quincy Catholic Charities

620 Maine
Quincy, 62301

Contact: Donna Schelich

Hours of operation: Wed 9-11:30 & 1-3


Salvation Army - Quincy

701 Hampshire
Quincy, 62301

Contact: Alan Wortz

Hours of operation: M-F 12-1


Horizons of Adams County

701 Hampshire
Quincy, 62301

Contact: Peggy Grant

Hours of operation: M-F 12-1

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Cumberland County, New Jersey Food Assistance Programs



Site: 33 Reeves Road, Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Phone: 856-451-5601
Hours: Office – Mon & Tues: 8am-12pm
Contact: Estine Davis or Harriet Dairsow
Food Needs: fresh, frozen and non-perishable foods
Special Needs: clothing


Site: 29 West Commerce Street, Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Mail: PO Box 212, Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Phone: 856-451-0999
Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am-3pm
Contact: Major Thomas Pierce or Linda Brown
This site provides a food pantry, clothing and emergency utility assistance when funds are available.
Food Needs: non-perishables
Volunteer Needs: Contact site.
Special Needs: funding for utility assistance


Site: 287 Irving Avenue, Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Phone: 856-455-5125
Hours: Office -- Mon-Fri: 8:30am-4:30pm
Pantry – Mon & Wed: 11am-1pm
Contact: Georgette Watson
This site provides food and personal care products, case management services, and referrals for direct care for clients with HIV/AIDS.
Food Needs: pasta, canned fruits & vegetables, soup, crackers, diabetic foods, canned meats, juice
Volunteer Needs: Call 856-696-8025.
Volunteer Requirements: age 18 or older
Special Needs: funding


Site: St. Teresa of Avila, 46 Central Avenue, Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Phone: 856-455-2323 or 856-451-6472
Hours: Mon-Fri: 12-1pm
Contact: Ann Budde
This site provides a meal Monday through Friday and some clothing when available.
Food Needs: meats, vegetables, non-perishables
Volunteer Needs: people to pick-up bread and food donated by supermarkets
Volunteer Requirements: age 16 or older; able to do heavy lifting
Special Needs: Contact site.



Site: 214 Howard Street, Millville, NJ 08332
Mail: P.O. Box 116, Millville, NJ 08332
Phone: 856-825-2375
Hours: Tues, Wed, Thurs: 10am-12pm
Contact: Sam Herdman
This site provides a food pantry.
Food Needs: non-perishables
Volunteer Needs: Contact site.
Volunteer Requirements: able to lift and sort
Special Needs: paper products


Site: 24 Hillcrest Avenue, Milleville, NJ 08332
Phone: 856-825-3091
Hours: Mon-Fri: 9-10am
Contact: Regina
This site provides a pantry and clothing.
Food Needs: fresh, frozen and non-perishable food
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are always welcome.


Site: 120 North High Street, Suite 12, Millville, NJ 08332
Phone: 856-327-5177
Hours: 3rd Thurs of every month: 10am-3pm
Contact: Koneda Jackson-Rosado
This site provides a pantry and empowers individuals an families with disabilities by offering information, referrals, peer support, independent living skill, and self and group advocacy.
Food Needs: meat, cereal, bread, meal boxes for the homeless
Volunteer Needs: volunteers for unloading and stocking
Volunteer Requirements: application & meeting with the Director
Special Needs: funding, transportation for food, storage space



Site: 2554 East Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08361
Phone: 856-691-1205 x15
Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Contact: Tony Cotto
This site provides a food pantry.
Food Needs: non-perishables
Volunteer Needs: fund-raisers
Special Needs: funding


Site: 78 West Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360
Phone: 856-696-1000
Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Contact: Minnett Santiago
This site provides a food pantry, training and employment for farm workers and out of school youth.
Food Needs: pasta, rice, canned beans, soup, any Spanish food


Site: 733 East Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360
Mail: P.O. Box 354, Vineland, NJ 08360
Phone: 856-696-5050
Hours: Mon-Fri: 9-11:30am & 1-3pm
Contact: Griselle Sanchez
This site provides a food pantry by appointment for clients with food referral and documentation. It also provides utility, rental and mortgage assistance when funding is available.
Food Needs: all foods
Volunteer Needs: Contact site.
Special Needs: funding


Site: P.O. Box 89, Vineland, NJ 08362
Phone: 856-692-2603
Contact: Holly Gove
This site provides a soup kitchen and clothing closets.
Food Needs: fresh & canned vegetables, meats, noodles, macaroni, spices, coffee
Volunteer Needs: fund raisers, people to pick up & deliver food, do table ministry, and set-up & break-down for meals
Volunteer Requirements: age 13 years or older
Special Needs: funding


Site: 700 East Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360
Phone: 856-691-0940
Hours: Pantry -- Wed & Fri: 9am-11am (closed 1st Wed or Fri of each month)
Contact: Richard Quay
Clients must have referrals from a social service agency, proper identification, and a social security card.
Food Needs: canned or boxed non-perishables (No glass containers)
Volunteer Needs: volunteers to pick up food, stock shelves and give out groceries
Volunteer Requirements: identification
Special Needs: funding

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Sacramento, California Food Banks


Central Downtown Food Basket
Groceries & USDA on Thurs. only, 11-1pm
At Goethe Hall, St. Johns Lutheren Church (1701 L St.)
Available 4 times per month
River City Emergency Services
1322 27th St. (between Capital & N. Streets)
M-F 11:30-3pm & 3rd Sat. 10-12am Once every 30 days
ID required for all members of family
Serves all of Sacramento County
St. Mathews Church
2300 Edison Ave.
Food - Tues. & Thurs. 10-11:30am
Clothing - Thurs. 10am to Noon
Sacramento Food Bank
3333 Thrid Ave. (at Broadway)
M-F 10am-2pm Every Sun 12-1:30,
ID required (ss card OK), proof of address
Serves specific ZipCodes (call).
Also Clothes Closet 10am to 2pm
Mother Baby program M,T & W-10am to 1:30 pm
Sierra Arden Food Closet
890 Morris Avenue zips - 95825 & 95864
T-F 10 - 11:45 arn
WIC - Women Infants and Children
915 Broadway (call for other locations)
Pregnant women and mothers with infants & children.
M-F 8-4:30pm. Call for appt.
MediCal Form, proof of income,
address & picture ID required.
Rancho Cordova Community Food Locker
10497 Coloma Rd. (St. John Vianny Church)
M, W, F 9:30am - 1:30pm
Serves 95670, 742, 655, 683, 826, 927, & 830.
Once every 30 Days. SS ID required
First UM Church
2100 J St.
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Owen County, Indiana Food Assistance

Clay Township Trustees
Spencer, IN

Cunot Food Pantry
Poland, IN

Food Distribution - second and fourth Monday of the month 8-10am

Hoosier Hills Pact
Salem, IN

Lighthouse Tabernacle
Gosport, IN

New Beginnings
Branch of Crisis Pregnancy Center
Spencer, IN

Spencer United Methodist

Spencer Presbyterian Food Pantry

Washington Township Trustees
876-5838 x235
Spencer, IN

Word of Life Tabernacle
Spencer, IN

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Brown County, Indiana Food Assistance

Brown County Food Pantry
Nashville, IN

Mother’s Cupboard
Soup kitchen, and groceries no pre-qualification
(812) 988-8038
Bean Blossom, IN Highway 135

North Salem Pantry
Nashville, IN

Shepard of the Hills Lutheran Church
Morgantown, IN


St. Agnes Chapel - St. Vincent de Paul Society
Nashville, IN

Groceries, bedding, furniture, house hold supplies
Food distribution is Monday and Saturday from 10 am - 12 pm.

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Central Arizona Assistance With Shelters, Food And Emergency Situations

Here are resources for those needing help with food, health care, shelter or emergency assistance, or those who want to donate time or money.

Food agencies

• Desert Mission Food Bank, 9229 N. 4th St., Phoenix. Serves North Phoenix and Anthem. Distributes emergency food boxes, operates a food market for low-income families and runs a program providing food to children, pregnant, postpartum or nursing woman, and people 60 years and older. 602-870-6062,

• St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance, 2831 N. 31st Ave., Phoenix. Has three locations in the Valley and one in Flagstaff. The agency offers a variety of services, depending on the location, including emergency food boxes, a "food value club" of goods sold at low prices and distribution of surplus food. 602-352-3640,

• United Food Bank, 358 E. Javelina Ave., Mesa. Provides emergency food boxes, distributes bulk quantities of food to partner agencies that serve it and provides food to at-risk children. The agency serves the southeast Valley, parts of Gila, Apache, Navajo and Pinal counties and all of the San Carlos Apache Reservation. 480-926-4897,

• Community Food Bank, 3003 S. Country Club Road, Tucson. Distributes food boxes, donates food to soup kitchens in the Tucson area, distributes food in a monthly program for low-income mothers, children and the elderly, and runs a demonstration garden that supplies produce sold at farmers markets. The agency serves Pima, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee and Santa Cruz counties. 520-622-0525 Toll Free: 1-800-950-8681,

• Yuma Community Food Bank, 2404 E. 24th St., Yuma. Serves the working poor, including single parents, two-parent working families and the elderly on fixed income. It serves Yuma and La Paz counties in Arizona and Imperial County in California through 15 emergency and supplemental food programs and support to more than 50 non-profit agencies. 928-343-1243,

• Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/Food Stamps). Aimed at helping low-income people buy nutritious foods. Benefits depend on the size of a household, income and other factors. Information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 602-542-9935 in the Phoenix area or 1-800-352-8401 outside the Phoenix area.

• More information: For complete list of state food agencies and services, go to

Emergency assistance

•  Maricopa County Human Services Department Community Services Commission. 234 N. Central Ave. Suite 3000, Phoenix. Assists low-income families with basic needs through financial assistance, information, referral, education and other social services. Services include utility deposit payment assistance, mortgage payment assistance to prevent eviction or foreclosure, rent payment assistance to prevent eviction. Home weatherization and repair or replacements of utility related appliances are also available to eligible households.


•  Society of St. Vincent de Paul, 420 W. Watkins Road, Phoenix. Provides a wide range of services for people and families in need of emergency assistance. There are programs to help pay bills. Rent assistance and food boxes are also provided for qualified people. For more information: 602-266-HOPE (4673) or

•  Salvation Army Phoenix Social Services Emergency Assistance, 2702 E. Washington St., Phoenix. Provides financial assistance for eligible recipients. Assistance includes rent payment assistance, utility assistance, food boxes, USDA food bags and back-to-school clothing. 602-267-4122.

•  Community Information and Referral, 2404 E. 24th St., Yuma. Community Information & Referral is the key source of integrated information that brings people and services together. It is a searchable online database of services that are available to people across the state.

Shelter assistance

• Central Arizona Shelter Services, 230 S. 12th Ave., Phoenix. Runs the largest shelter service in the state. 602-256-6945,

• HomeBase Youth Services, 931 E. Devonshire Ave., Phoenix. Provides transitional housing and services to homeless youth age 21 and younger. 602-263-7773,

• Ozanam Manor Transitional Shelter, 1730 E. Monroe St., Phoenix. Serves disabled adults and those older than 50. 602-495-3050,

• Save the Family, 450 W. Fourth Place, Mesa. Provides transitional housing for adults and families referred from other agencies at 80 sites, primarily in the East Valley. 480-898-0228,

• Sojourner Center, P.O. Box 20156, Phoenix AZ 85036. The largest domestic violence shelter in the country has three campuses, 280 beds and 15 transitional apartments. 602-244-0089,

• UMOM New Day Centers, 3320 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix. Services include emergency shelter, transitional shelter and the Watkins Overflow Shelter. 602-275-7852 or

• More information: Call CONTACS Shelter Hotline for shelter services and availability: 602-263-8900 or 1-800-799-7739.

Emergency health care

• The WellCare Foundation -- Free health care for qualifying mothers and their children. 602-263-7619.

• Neighborhood Christian Clinic - Walk in medical and dental care at $20 a visit. 602-258-6008.

• Mission of Mercy - Free mobile medical care services. 602 861-2233, 602-288-7234.

• Maricopa County Health Care for the Homeless - Health-care services for homeless individuals and families. 602-372-2100.

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Virginia Listing Of Food Banks

Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
P.O. Box 937, Route 612
Verona, VA 24482
Phone: (540) 248-3663

Capital Area Food Bank
645 Taylor Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017-2063

Central Virginia Foodbank, Inc.
1415 Rhoadmiller Street
Richmond, VA 23220
Phone: (804) 521-2500

Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia
PO Box 1940
Norfolk, VA 23501
Phone: (757) 627-6599

FoodBank of the Virginia Peninsula
9912 Hosier Street
Newport News, VA 23601
Phone: (757) 596-7188

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank
3631 Lee Hill Dr
Fredericksburg, VA 22402
Phone: (540) 371-7666

Southwestern Virginia Second Harvest Food Bank
PO Box 10743
Roanoke, VA 24022-0743
Phone: (540) 342-3011
Fax: (540) 342-0056

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Montana Area Food Banks

Food Bank of Billings
2112 4th Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 259-2856

Great Falls Food Bank
1620 12th Avenue North
Great Falls, MT 59401
(406) 452-9029

Food Share of Helena
1616 Lewis
Helena, MT 59601
(406) 443-3663

Flathead Food Bank
105 6th Avenue West
Kalispell, MT 59901
(406) 752-3663

Food Bank of Missoula
219 South 3rd West
Missoula, MT 59801
(406) 549-0543

Montana Food Bank Network &
and Montana Hunger Coalition

5625 Expressway
Missoula, MT 59808
(406) 721-3825
(800) 809-4752
Fax (406) 542-3770
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Mississippi Assistance With Meals, Food And Clothing


El Pueblo
1084 Judge Sekul Ave
Biloxi, MS, 39530
(228) 436-3986
Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday 9am to 5pm
Meals and Clothing; Day Center with direct service Mondays from 7:30am-5pm and Thursdays from 7:30am-4pm.; showers and laundry, Mondays and Thursdays; worship gathering, 10:30am on Sundays.


Clinton Community Christian Corp
201 W. Northside Dr.
Clinton, MS 39056
(601) 924-9436
A meals-on-wheels program for the elderly, a food pantry for the needy, a thrift store and financial help.


Pearl River Valley Opportunity Inc. (Prvo)
756 Highway 98 Bypass
Columbia, MS 39429
Phone: (601) 736-9564
Hours of Operation: Central office, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Project Head Start, Emergency Food and Shelter Program, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, Senior Citizen Program, Weatherization Assistance Program, Prescription Assistance Program, and the Families First Resource Center.


Westminster Presbyterian Church
115 North 25th Avenue
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: (601) 584-7574
Application made by phone. Three days of food to those in the Hattiesburg and Petal area needing emergency assistance

Christian Services, Inc.
301 East 2nd Street P. O. Box 1994
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: (601) 582-5683
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon, 1 -4:30 p.m.
Utilities, rent, medicine, and food. Saturday Thrift Store, 9 a.m.-noon

Edwards Street Fellowship Center
1904 Edwards Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: (601) 544-6149
Food pantry, social and recreational programs for the elderly, boys and girls club, childcare, and nutrition food program.
Hours of Operation: various; call and leave message if no answer

St. Vincent Depaul Society
219 Buschman Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: (601) 583-9408
Hours of Operation: Wednesday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Assistance with utilities, food, clothing, and occasionally helps with partial rent

The Salvation Army
5670 US Hwy 49
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: (601) 544-3684
Homeless shelter, travel assistance, senior adult centers, emergency disaster services, college student fellowship, summer camp, League of Mercy, and Christmas and seasonal assistance.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.


Mississippi Food Network
440 W. Beatty Street, PO Box 411
Jackson, MS 39205-0411
Phone: 601-353-7286
Food pantry, day care, and emergency shelter

Catholic Charities Emergency Assistance
200 North Congress St. Suite 100
Jackson, MS 39201
(601) 352-4503 Food; clothing; shelter for teens 12-17, runaways, homeless, abused or neglected.

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San Diego, California Senior Food Banks And Assistance Programs

About the Senior Food Program

The Senior Food Program is a federal program that provides monthly food packages to eligible low-income senior citizens aged 60 and over.

The San Diego Food Bank administers the program and distributes USDA provided food at 38 distribution sites every month throughout San Diego County.

Income guidelines

To see if you meet the Senior Food Program income guidelines, refer to the income chart below:

Household size Maximum Monthly HH Income Maximum Annual HH Income
1 $1,174 $14,079
2 $1,579 $18,941
3 $1,984 $23,803
Extra Member Add $406 $4,862

Click here to download the Income Guidelines Flier (English)

Click here to download the Income Guidelines Flier (Spanish)


How to sign up for the program

1) Call 211 to see if you qualify

Call 211, the county social services information hotline, to see if you qualify for the program. If you qualify, the 211 operator will give you the location and hours of your nearest food distribution site based on your zip code. You can also contact the San Diego Food Bank on 1-866-350-FOOD (3663).

2) Visit the food distribution site with the required documentation and sign up for the program.

You must bring these documents:

• Photo ID    • Proof of Income and/or Medi-Cal Card    • Proof of Address (i.e. Utility, Water, Phone Bill)

After signing up you will receive a food box and you will be entitled to receive a monthly food package from a site within your zip code on the allocated distribution day every month.


Each participant receives one box of food a month. The box contains a variety of food including evaporated milk, instant non-fat milk, canned meats, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, cheese, rice, pasta, fruit juice and cereal.


Full list of Senior Food Program distribution sites

Click on the link below for a full list of the Senior Food Program’s distribution sites.

Senior Food Program Distribution Sites

CSFP Calendar - Seniors


What happens once I am enrolled?

Once enrolled, applicants will be assigned a distribution date and location as well as a monthly calendar of future distributions.

If you miss a distribution please contact the San Diego Food Bank before the end of the month and you will be given the address of another distribution site in your area where you can receive a food box.


Public Transport Information

For public transit information call: 619-233-3004 or visit:


In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 632-9992 (Voice). TDD users can contact USDA through local relay or the Federal Relay at (800) 877-8339 (TDD) or (866) 377-8642 (relay voice users). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

CSFP Calendar
Distribution Day Distribution Hours Participants Served Site

1st Tuesday

9:00-12:00 & 1:00-3:00 Seniors

Neighborhood House Assoc.
841 S 41st Street
San Diego, 92113

1st Wednesday 9:00-12:00 & 1:00-3:00 Seniors Cesar Chavez Park
455 Sycamore Rd
San Ysidro, 92173
1st Thursday 9:00-10:30 Seniors Sherman Height Comm. Center
2258 Island ave
San Diego, 92192
1st Thursday 11:00-12:00 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Horizons
1415 East 8th Street
National City, 91950
1st Friday 10:00-1:00 Seniors Ramona Head Start
415 8th Street
Ramona, 92065
2nd Monday 9:00-11:00 Seniors Oceanside Senior Center
454 Country Club Lane
Oceanside, 92054
2nd Monday 12:00-1:00 Seniors Carlsbad Head Start @ the park
3368 Euerka Place
Carlsbad, 92008
2nd Monday 1:00-3:00 Seniors Catholic Charities - Downtown
349 Cedar Street
San Diego, 92101
2nd Tuesday 1:00-3:00 Seniors Good News Baptist Church
4106 Swift Ave.
San Diego, 92104
2nd Tuesday 9:00-12:00 Seniors St. Marks Church
580 Hilltop Drive
Chula Vista, 91910
2nd Wednesday 9:00-12:00 & 1:00-3:00 Seniors MAAC Project Chula Vista
1355 3rd Ave
Chula Vista, 92101
2nd Wednesday 3:30 TO 4:30 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Oxford Apartments
555 Oxford Street
Chula Vista, 91910
2nd Thursday 8:30-10:30 Seniors Salvation Army - El Cajon
1011 East Main Street
El Cajon, 92020
2nd Thursday 12:00-1:00 Seniors United Methodist Church
3205 Washington Street
Lemon Grove, 91945
2nd Thursday 1:30-2:00 Seniors Terrace Gardens
3181 College Place
Lemon Grove, 91945
2nd Friday 9:00-11:00 Seniors Boy & Girls Club - Clairemont
4635 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego, 92117
2nd Friday 1:00-3:00 Seniors Sorrento Towers
2875 Cowley Way
San Diego, 92110
3rd Monday 9:00-12:00 & 1:00-3:00 Seniors New Seasons Church
2300 Bancroft Dr
Spring Valley, 91977
3rd Tuesday Boulevard 9:00-11:00 Jacumba 1:00-3:00 Seniors Back County Support
45612 old Hwy 80
Jacumba, 91905
3rd Tuesday 9:00-10:00 Seniors Foothills Christian Fellowship
315 West Bradley
El Cajon, 92021
3rd Tuesday 10:30-12:00 Seniors Lakeside Gardens
12219 Roberst Way
Lakeside, 92040
3rd Wednesday 9:00-11:00 & 12:00- 2:30 Seniors National City Com. Food Bank
2605 Highland Ave
National City, 91950
3rd Wednesday 2:30 - 5:00 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Summercrest
2721 E. Plaza Blvd.
National City, 91950
3rd Thursday 9:00-10:00 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Casa Pacifica
1424 30st St #C
San Ysidro, 92173
3rd Thursday 10:30-11:30 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Elm Adult Care Center
1220 Elm Ave
Imperial Beach, 91932
3rd Thursday 1:00-3:00 Seniors Golden Age Senior Center
740 36th Street
San Diego, 92113
3rd Friday 9:00-12:00 Seniors Del Colinas Recreation Center
5319 Orange Ave.
San Diego, 92115
3rd Friday 1:30-2:30 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Villa Alta
4227 52nd St.
San Diego, 92115
4th Monday 9:00-12:00 Seniors Joslyn Senior Center
210 Park Avenue
Escondido, 92025
4th Monday 1:00-3:00 Seniors Fallbrook Community Pantry
1042 South Mission Road
Fallbrook, 92028
4th Tuesday 9:00-12:00 Seniors Salvation Army
730 F Street
San Diego, 92101
4th Tuesday 1:00-3:00 Seniors Cathedral Arms
3911 Park Blvd
San Diego, 92103
4th Tuesday 1:00-2:30 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Columbia Towers
904 State Street
San Diego, 92113
4th Wednesday 9:00-10:00 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Open Arms Adult Day Care
540 N National Ave.
National City, 91950
4th Wednesday 10:30-11:30 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Highland Adult Day Care
2525 Highland Ave
National City, 91950
4th Wednesday 1:00-3:00 Seniors - RESIDENTS ONLY Granger Wellness Apartment
2700 E 8th street
National City, 91950
4th Thursday 9:00-12:00 Seniors National City Senior Center
1221 D Avenue
National City, 91950
4th Thursday 9:00-2:30 Seniors Jamul Community Church, Dulzura, Lake Morena & Potrero
14058 Jamul Drive
Jamul, 91916
4th Friday 9:00-12:00 Seniors St Stephans
5825 Imperial Ave
San Diego, 92114
4th Friday 1:00-3:00 Seniors La Mesa Springs
8070 Orange Ave
La Mesa, 91941
*For Distribution sites in El Centro and Calexico please call 760-353-6822
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San Diego, California Food Assistance Program

About the Food Assistance Program

The Food Assistance Program is a federal program that provides monthly food packages to individuals and families who meet income guidelines set by the federal government (see below).

The San Diego Food Bank administers the program and distributes USDA provided food to over 85,000 individuals at 93 distribution sites every month throughout San Diego County. Participants on the Food Assistance Program receive a bag of food once a month at a local distribution site in their area.

Income guidelines

To see if you meet the Food Assistance Program income guidelines, refer to the income chart below:

Food Assistance Program Income Guidelines

Household Size Monthly HH Income Annual HH Income
1 $ 1,354 $ 16,245
2 $ 1,821 $ 21,855
3 $ 2,289 $ 27,465
4 $ 2,756 $ 33,075
5 $ 3,224 $ 38,685
6 $ 3,691 $ 44,295
7 $ 4,159 $ 49,905
8 $ 4,626 $ 55,515
Each additional member add $ 468 $ 5,610

Click here to download the Income Guidelines Flier (English)

Click here to download the Income Guidelines Flier (Spanish)

How to sign up for the program

1) Call to see if you qualify, and get the address of your nearest distribution site.

To see if you qualify for the program call 211, the county social services information hotline. If you qualify for the program, the 211 operator will give you the location of your nearest food distribution site based on your zip code. You can also contact the San Diego Food Bank on 1-866-350-FOOD (3663).

2) Visit the food distribution site and sign up for the program.

Go to your nearest food distribution site. At the site you will be asked to give your name and address; state your household income; and state the number of people living in your household.


After signing up, you will be entitled to receive a monthly food package from the nearest distribution site within your zip code on the allocated food distribution day every month.

3) Visit your local site if you need emergency food.

If you qualify for the program and need immediate food assistance you can visit an ‘emergency site’ the same day. At the site you will be asked to register for the program and you will be given an emergency food package at the same time.

After you sign up, you will be entitled to receive a food package every month from your nearest distribution site on the allocated food distribution day every month.

Please note, due to federal restrictions, all food distribution sites will only be able to provide emergency food packages to a household, outside of the set monthly distributions, three times per year. Households who have reached their maximum emergency food allocation for the year should contact the San Diego Food Bank on 1-866-350-FOOD (3663)

Full list of Food Assistance Program distribution sites

Click on the link below for a full list of the Food Assistance Program’s distribution sites.

Click here to download a full list of the 91 food distribution sites

Typical food package

Food items vary from month to month. A typical EFAP bag will include: canned vegetables, canned soups, canned fruit juice, canned fruits, canned meats, spaghetti, rice, beans and frozen food items.


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Hingham, Massachusetts Food Pantries, Clothing Closets And Emergency Assistance

Below is specific information on community resources for clothing and furniture, food pantries, fuel assistance, housing assistance, legal aid and transportation. You can also find resources at The Sharing Web - Massachusetts’ food, crisis and shelter resources.

Food Stamps

 The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides low-income households with coupons to purchase food.  To apply, call toll free 1-800-645-8333.  Proof of income and Social Security number is required. 

 Click here to see Cash and Food Stamp Eligibility Chart by Immigration Status.

Clothing & Furniture

 Big Brother/Big Sister Foundation
1488 Hancock Street, Quincy 800-483-5503
Accepts donations; Clothing consignment at low/moderate prices

 Cradles to Crayons
82 Myrtle St. Quincy 617-471-8417
Founded in 2002, Cradles to Crayons (C2C) is an innovative Quincy-based nonprofit organization that equips homeless and in-need children with the basic essentials they need to feel safe, warm, ready to learn and valued. Cradles to Crayons works with families through local social service agencies to provide clothing, school supplies and other essential items

 Friends of the Homeless 781-340-1604
8 Driftway, N. Weymouth
Friends of the Homeless maintains a food pantry, furniture bank, and shelters for homeless families. Donations and distribution of furniture are arranged by appointment.

 Fort Square United Presbyterian Church
22 Pleasant St, Quincy 617-471-6806

 Kids Clothes Closet
All Souls Church, Elm Street, Braintree 781-848-6724
Open Thursday’s Only -12:30-2:30 and 7-9 pm

 Norwell Food Pantry & Closet 781-659-7878
Norwell Town Hall Gym Hours: Thursdays 2 - 4pm

 Southwest Community Center 617-471-0796
388 Granite Street, Quincy Clothes for free!

 The Bureau Drawer Thrift Shop - provides an opportunity for the community to purchase new and gently worn clothing for men, women, children, and infants as well as toys, jewelry, books, shoes and household items at very reasonable prices. The shop, located in the rear of 105 Adams Street in Quincy, is open Wednesday through Friday.

 The Second Closet 617-969-6358
16 Brush Hill Rd, Milton
Clothing at moderate prices.

 Wellspring Multi-Service Center 781-925-3211
814 Nantasket Ave, Hull - provides new and used clothing and small household items.

 Weymouth Furniture Bank/Clothing Closet 781-340-1604
8 Drift Way, Weymouth - By appointment only.
Accepts and provides all donated furniture, children’s and women’s work clothes

Food Pantries

 Atlantic Neighborhood Center Food Pantry
11 Hayward Street (Shuster Bldg), Quincy 617-376-1381
The Atlantic Neighborhood Community Center has a food pantry which serves low-income families in North Quincy, Wollaston, Montclair, and Squantum.

 First Baptist Church
594 Washington Street, Braintree 781-843-0109
Hours: Thursday 10am -12, Thursday 6-8pm

 Friends of the Homeless 781-340-1604
8 Driftway, N. Weymouth
Friends of the Homeless maintains a food pantry, furniture bank, and shelters for homeless families. Donations and distribution of furniture are arranged by appointment.

 Hingham Food Pantry & Second Parish Church
685 Main Street, Hingham 781-740-8180
To be eligible to receive food a person must reside in Hingham and meet basic income guidelines. Food Pantry Hours: Tuesdays 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

 Milton Community Food Pantry
158 Blue Hill Pkwy, Milton 617-698-5495
Hours: Saturdays 10am -1pm

 Norwell Food Pantry
Norwell Town Hall Gym 781-659-7878

 Quincy Crisis Center
98 Phillips Street, Quincy 617-471-7075
A faith-based outreach agency offering a 24-hour hotline, emergency food services, and advocacy programs

 Salvation Army’s Emergency Food Pantry 617-472-2345
6 Baxter St, Quincy Hours: Monday - Fridays: 9am -4pm

 Scituate Food Pantry 781-545-1080
The Foyer of Charity, 74 Hollet Street, Scituate

 Seaside Advocacy Group 617-479-0828
15 Bicknell Street, Quincy

 Second Congregational Church 781-383-0345
43 Highland Ave, Cohasset (next to town hall)
Hours: Tuesdays 9 -11am

 South West Community Center 617-471-0796
388 Granite Street, Quincy
Hours: M,W, F 12:30 - 4pm, Thurs: 12:30 - 6pm
The Friendly Food Pantry of Randolph 339-987-5577
located at the Devine School, 55 Old Street (behind St. Bernadette's Rectory). The entrance is in the rear of the building, door #4. For more information or to request assistance, please call.

 Wellspring Multi-Service Center 781-925-3211
814 Nantasket Ave, Hull
The Food pantry is open every Wednesday from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM and on the second & fourth Thursday evenings from 6 - 8pm (By Appointment only).

 Weymouth Food Pantry 781-331-7682
Immaculate Conception Church, 1189 Commercial Street
Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9 - 11:30am

Fuel Assistance

 Citizens Energy Oil Heat Program (877) JOE-4OIL
LIHEAP (800) 632-8175 Workers can call this number ability to find out if client is eligible for assistance in paying their heating bill. This service is available to all Massachusetts residents.

 Department of Transitional Assistance
75 Commercial Street--Brockton, MA (508)895-7000
Services include food and nutritional assistance, cash assistance, and employment supports. Clients would need to go to the address above to see if they qualify for emergency housing assistance. If they qualify, they will be referred to a housing search worker.

 Friends of the Homeless 781-340-1604
8 Driftway, N. Weymouth
Shelter services consists of these faith-based programs:
• Friends of the Homeless Shelters: provides safe and secure emergency housing at sites in Hingham, Weymouth, Norwell and Cohasset, and works in concert with various state and local agencies to assist our guests in finding safe and affordable permanent housing.
• Faith Home-Share is a network of families who open their homes to give homeless families a place to live until they can find permanent housing.
• Friends of the Homeless Volunteers provide emotional support, information, transportation, child care, meals, special projects and more to sheltered families.

 Quincy Community Action Programs (QCAP) 617-479-8181; 1509 Hancock Street, Quincy - is the leading private nonprofit organization in the Greater Quincy area dedicated to reducing poverty and helping low-income people achieve self-sufficiency. QCAP provides adult education & workforce development, early childhood education & care, energy assistance programs, food & nutrition, housing programs and money management.

 South Shore Housing Development Corporation - is responsible for the administration of programs involving case management and education, family self-sufficiency, first time homebuyer workshops, housing consumer education center, landlord seminars, residential assistance for families in transition, scattered site transitional apartment program and tenant training workshops.

Legal Aid

 Boston College Legal Links - information on how to locate attorneys for car accidents, slip and fall injury cases, accidental death and all injury claims.

 Boston College Helpful Links - useful portal to free legal services offered to Massachusetts’ residents

 MBTA The Ride - provides door-to door transportation to eligible people who cannot use general public transportation all or some of the time, because of a physical, cognitive or mental disability.

 Massachusetts Vans 1-800-841-2900
From Wheels to Work 508 767-3205
A car donation program that provides vehicles to Massachusetts families who are transitioning out of state assistance into the workforce. Local Families receiving TAFDC may access the program by contacting. Donated cars also needed!!! 781-895-1100

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Santa Clara County, California Hot Meal Sites

Year-round Hot Meal Sites

580 Charles Street (Off Old Oakland Road)
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 288-2185
Mon. - Fri.: Breakfast 6:00 - 7:00 a.m.; Dinner 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Sat., Sun.: 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.; 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Innvision's Montgomery Street Inn
358 N. Montgomery Street
San Jose, CA 95110
Mon., Tue, Thurs.: 4:30 p.m.

Maria Goretti
2980 Senter Road
San Jose, CA 95111
Wed., Fri.: 4:00 p.m. - Seniors, Singles, and Couples
Wed., Fri.: 4:30 p.m. - Families with Children

LORD'S TABLE (St. Joseph Center)
11 First Street
Gilroy, CA 95020
(408) 842-6662
Tues., Thurs., Sun.: 5:30 - 6:00 p.m.

311 Willow Street (Corner of Locust and Willow)
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 293-6111
Tues., Wed.: 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Cecil B. White
358 N. Montgomery
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 271-5160
Breakfast: Mon. - Fri. Dates posted on-site
Breakfast: Sat. - Sun. 7:00 - 8:00 a.m.
Lunch: Mon. - Fri 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Dinner: Mon. - Sun. 6:00 p.m.

(St. Thomas Episcopal Church)
231 S. Sunset Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
(408) 736-4108
Mon., Wed., Fri.: 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
(Doors open at 11:00 a.m. for coffee)

405 N. 4th Street
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 282-1175
Open 24 Hours
Overnight guests - arrival at 3:00 p.m.
Lunch: Mon. - Sat. 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Dinner: Mon. - Sat. 5:15 - 6:00 p.m.

Salvation Army - Gilroy
200 W. 5th St.
Gilroy, CA 95020
(408) 848-5373
Lunch: Mon. - Fri. 12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
Dinner: Wed. - Fri. - 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

(650) 853-8697
670 Meadow Dr.
Palo Alto, CA 94306

Sun.: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. at Holy Trinity Church
300 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park, CA 94025

Mon.: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. at First United Methodist Church
650 Hamilton Ave. Palo Alto, CA 94025

Tues.: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., at Grace Lutheran Church
3149 Waverley (at Loma Verde) Palo Alto, CA 94306

Wed.: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church
1140 Cowper Street (Cowper & Lincoln) Palo Alto, CA 94302

Thurs. and Fri.: 11:45 - 12:30 p.m. at All Saints Church
555 Waverley (off University) Palo Alto, CA 94301

Sat: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Covenant Presbyterian Church
670 Meadow Street, Palo Alto, CA 94306

See our main food resources page for more options.

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North Dakota Food Banks, Food Pantries, Food Baskets and Hot Meals

The area code for below phone numbers is "701" unless otherwise noted.
Town Name, address, city and zip code, phone number
Adrian Trinity Evangelical Church | Adrian | 58410 | 778-7031
Almont Community FP | 5805 Co Rd 137 | Almont | 58520 | 348-3246
Amidon Amidon FP/Slope Co Salv Army | Bx 506 | Amidon 58620 | 879-6268
Ashley PO Bx 97 | Ashley 58413 | 288-3416
Beach Beach FP | PO Bx 635 | Beach 58621 | 872-4813
Belfield Belfield FP | PO Bx 721 | Belfield 58622 | 575-4405
Beulah Womens Action & Resource Center | PO Bx 940 | Beulah 58523 | 873-2274
Bismarck Aid Incorporated | 404 Airport Rd | Bismarck 58504 | 223-9150

Emergency FP | 725 Memorial Hwy | Bismarck 58504 | 258-9188

Community Action FP | 2105 Lee Ave | Bismarck 58504 | 258-2240

Corpus Christi Church | 1919 N 2 St | Bismarck 58501 | 255-4600

Stone Soup Kitchen (Ruth Meiers) | 1800 E Broadway Ave | Bismarck 58502 | 222-2108
Bottineau Bottineau FP | 751 96 St NE | Bottineau 58318 | 228-2394
Bowbells Bowbells FP | 8350 93 St NW | Bowbells 58721 | 377-2946
Bowman Bowman Comm Cupboard | RR 2 Bx 212 | Bowman 58623 | 523-5456
Breien Breien FP | PO Bx 52A | Breien 58570 | 544-3538
Burlington Burlington Comm FP | 16 Kittleson Dr | Burlington 58722 | 852-3337/838-0256
Cando Jaycee FP | Bx 604 | Cando 58324 | 968-4355
Carrington Foster Co Senior Center | 36 Central Ave | Carrington 58421 | 652-3257
Carson Carson Food Pantry | 7777 52 Ave SW | Carson 58529 | 622-3401
Casselton Rural Cass Co Emergency FP | PO Bx 261 | Casselton 58012 | 347-5461
Center Oliver County FP | PO Bx 277 | Center 58530 | 794-3606
Cooperstown Bread of Life FP | PO Bx 632 | Cooperstown 58425 | 797-3278
Crosby Crosby FP | PO Bx 266 | Crosby 58730 | 965-6074
Devils Lake Dakota Prairie CAAZ | 223 4 St | Devils Lake 58301 | 662-6500 x 328
Dickinson Amen FP | 669 12 St W | Dickinson 58601 | 677-5868

Dickinson Soup Kitchen | 145 4 Ave W | Dickinson 58601 | 225-4782 or 225-8713

Prairie Rose Activity Center | 202 E Villard | Dickinson 58601 | 227-0131

St. Wenceslaus Church | 655 20 Ave E | Dickinson 58601 | 225-3164
Ellendale Dickey Co Social Services | Hwy 281 N | Ellendale 58436 | 349-3271
Fargo/MHD Churches United | 203 6 St S | Moorhead MN 56560 | 218-236-0372

Dorothy Day FP | 714 8 St S | Moorhead MN 56560 | 218-233-5763

Expanded Food & Nutrition | Bx 5016 | Fargo 58105 | 231-7254

Faith, Hope, Love FP | 409 2 Ave S | Moorhead MN 56560 | 218-236-7692

YWCA Shelter-FM | 335 6 Ave S | Fargo 58103 | 232-3449

FM Emergency FP | 1438 10 St N | Fargo 58102 | 237-9337

Great Plains Food Bnk | 1720 3 Ave N | Fargo 58102 | 232-6219

New Life Center | 1902 3 Ave N | Fargo 58102 | 234-4453

Salvation Army | 304 Roberts St | Fargo 58102 | 232-5565

SENDCAA | PO Bx 2683 | Fargo 58108 | 232-2452
Finley Steele Co FP | Bx 726 | Finley 58230 | 524-2584
Forbes RR 1 Bx 45 | Forbes 58439 | 357-7311 or 357-7331
Forman Sargent County FP | PO Bx 36 | Forman 58032
Fredonia 206 Logan St | Fredonia 58440 | 698-2240
Ft Totten Dakota Baptist Church | 132 Hwy 57 | Ft Totten 58335 | 766-4516
Fullerton 9378 86 SE | Fullerton 58441 | 375-7161
Gackle Gackle Ministerial Assn | 121 W Spruce | Gackle, ND 58442 | 485-3745
Garrison Total Life Center FP | 7837 3 Ave NE | Garrison 58540 | 463-7319
Grafton Walsh Co FP | 344 15 St W | Grafton 58237 | 352-1648
Grand Forks Northlands Rescue Mission | 420 Division Ave | Grand Forks 58201 | 772-6609

EGF Food Shelf | 1715 3 Ave NW | East Grand Forks | 218-773-8083

Emergency Food Cupboard | 219 S 4 St | Grand Forks 58201 | 772-7427

GFks Senior Citizen Center | 620 4 Ave S | Grand Forks Home Delivered Meals, Inc | 1200 S Columbia Rd | Grand Forks | 702-780-5169

Meals on Wheels | 1200 S Columbia Rd | Grand Forks 58201 | 780-5169

Salvation Army | 1600 University Ave | Grand Forks 58203 | 775-2597

St Vincent De Paul | 620 8 Ave S | Grand Forks 58203 | 795-8614

Supplementary Food Program for Seniors | 1013 5 St N | Grand Forks | 746-5431
Granville McHenry Co FP | PO Bx 5 | Granville 58741 | 728-6984 or 728-6888
Hatton Hatton Helping Hand | RR 2 Bx 170 | Hatton 58240 | 543-3304
Harvey First Lutheran Church | 1520 Advent St | Harvey 58341 | 324-2548
Hazen Hazen FP | RR 2 Bx 294 | Hazen 58545 | 748-6569
Hettinger Adams Co FP | PO Bx 550 | Hettinger 58639 | 567-2967
Hillsboro Kiwanis Club | PO Bx 759 | Hillsboro 58045 | 436-5777
Jamestown Alpha Opportunities | 1521 Business Loop E | Jamestown 58404 | 252-0162

Community Action Region VI | PO Bx 507 | Jamestown 58402 | 252-1821

Progress Community Center | 428 2 St SW | Jamestown 58401 | 251-2964

Salvation Army | 320 1 Ave N | Jamestown 58402 | 252-0290
Kensal 606 6 Ave | Kensal 68566 | 435-2496
Killdeer Dunn Co Social Services | PO Bx 89 | Killdeer 58640 | 764-5385
Kulm Senior Center | Bx 239 | Kulm 58456 | 647-2258
LaMoure Senior Center | LaMoure 58458 | 883-5058
Langdon Dakota Prairie CAA - Cavalier Co | PO Bx 46 | Langdon 58249 | 352-3822
Lansford Lansford FP | PO Bx 102 | Lansford 58750 | 784-5845
Larimore Community FP | Box 735 | Larimore 58251 | 343-2240
Lehr Bx 117 | Lehr 58410 | 378-2390
Linton Emmons Co FP | 145 Sunrise Lane | Linton 58552 | 254-4439
Lisbon Ransom Co FP | PO Bx 406 | Lisbon 58054 | 683-5471

Ransom Co Social Services | 901 Ash St | Lisbon 58054 | 683-4512

United Methodist Church | 602 Forest St | Lisbon 58054 | 683-4479
Ludden 106 3 Ave | Ludden 58462 | 783-4386
Mandan Aid Incorporated | 314 W Main | Mandan 58554 | 663-1274

Salvation Army | 100 6 Ave SE | Mandan 58554 | 667-9486
Marmarth Marmarth Community FP | PO Bx 931 | Marmarth 58643 | 279-6996

Marmarth Salvation Army | PO Box 931 | Marmarth 58643 | 279-6996
McClusky Sheridan Co Social Services | PO Bx 696 | McClusky 58463 | 363-2881
Michigan Red River Valley Comm Action | PO Bx 148 | Michigan 58259 | 259-2225
Minnewaukan Benson Co FB | PO Bx 186, Courthouse | Minnewaukan 58351 | 473-5302 x23
Minot Community Action Opp | 2020 8 Ave SE | Minot 58701 | 829-7221/800-726-8645

Our Lady of Grace Church | 715 16 Ave SW | Minot 58701 | 852-3002

Salvation Army FP | 315 Western Ave | Minot 58701 | 838-2385
Monango 219 Main | Monango 58436 | 349-3069 (distributes to Merricourt)

8143 86 St SE | Monango 58436 | 396-7621
Mott Mott Food Pantry| RR1 PO Bx 228| Mott 58646| 824-3276
Napoleon Logan Co Social Services | PO Bx 26 | Napoleon 58561 | 754-2283
New England New England Open Door | 1043 1 Ave W | New England 58647 | 579-4533
New Leipzig Mott FP | PO Bx 28 | New Leipzig 58562 | 824-2434 New Leipzig FP | 6725 76 Ave SW | New Leipzig 58562 | 584-2074
New Rockford Kiwanis FP | 108 N 8 St | New Rockford 58356 | 947-2911
Northwood Northwood FP | Box 64 | Northwood 58267 | 587-5862
Oakes PO Bx 245 | Oakes 58474 | 742-3274
Pembina River Valley Comm Action | Cavalier Co Courthouse | Pembina 58220 | 265-8775
Powers Lake Powers Lake FP | PO Bx 256 | Powers Lake 58773 | 464-5673
Regent Regent FP | 100 1 St E | Regent 58650| 563-4640
Rolla DPCAA Rolla Office | Bx 1026 - 8 SE 2 St | Rolla 58367 | 477-6188
Rugby Pierce Co FP | 203 SW 4 St | Rugby 58368 | 776-5597
Sentinel Butte  
Sherwood Sherwood FP | PO Bx 93 | Sherwood 58782 | 459-2747
Solen Solen FP | PO Bx 12 | Solen 58570 | 445-3410
Stanley Mountrail County FP | PO Bx 725 | Stanley 58784 | 628-2981
Steele Kidder Co FP/Farm Aid Foods | 220 2 St NW | Steele 58482 | 475-2879
St. Michael Comm Nourishment for Mind/Body | 8442 42 St NE | St Michael 58370 | 294-3012
Tioga Tioga/Stanley FP | PO Bx 815 | Tioga 58852 | 664-2349
Valley City Barnes Co FP | Bx 298 | Valley City 58072 | 845-4300
Wahpeton Richland-Wilkin FP | 207 N 11 St | Wahpeton 58075
Washburn McLean Co Resource Center | PO Bx 506 | Washburn 58577 | 462-8643
Watford City Watford City FP | 212 NW 2 | Watford City 58854 | 842-3244
Williston Salvation Army | PO Bx 417 | Williston 58801 | 572-2921
Wishek PO Bx 52 | Wishek 58495 | 452-2567
Zeeland Zeeland Senior Center | Zeeland 58581 | 423-5602
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Champaign, Illinois Salt And Light Food Pantry And Clothing Closet

Food Pantry
Through our food pantry, we provide food to those in need.  We provide families and individuals with perishable and non-perishable food items. We have quickly grown into the largest emergency food program in Champaign County serving an average of over 400 families every Wednesday.  We have handed out over 1.5 million pounds of food in over 40,000 visits from families as of September 2009!

Clothing Closet
Our clothing closet provides clothes for all ages, as well as, furniture, small and large appliances, miscellaneous household items, and toys. Our clothing closet is completely reliant on clothing donations. We have several drop off sheds open 24 hours every day located on the west side of our building for donations of clothing. Delivery of other items can be done on Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Since opening in 2004, we have handed out over 500,000 articles of clothing, along with countless numbers of these other items. All of this was given to those in need at no cost.

Financial Literacy
We offer financial literacy in the form of a thirteen week course called Financial Peace University. Financial Peace University uses curriculum from nationally-syndicated radio talk show host and best-selling author Dave Ramsey.  This course covers everything from getting out of debt, budgeting, and saving for emergencies to investing, planning for the future, and giving.  As part of the class, one-on-one counseling is also available to address specific issues.  


  • People are empowered to take responsibility for themselves and their financial future.
  • Valuable principles that help parenting skills, coping skills, marriage and employment skills are taught.
  • People learn to live on a budget that actually works for them.
  • Increases self confidence and gives hope.
  • Increases control over income and expenses.

Financial Counseling
For individuals/families who have debt outside of a home mortgage or even a crisis situation, we will help establish a sound monthly budget, plan for paying off debt, and address specific personal issues surrounding their individual needs.  (Creditors, judgements, foreclosures, bankruptcy, extra jobs, etc).  It includes an initial 2-hour session and 3 months of follow-up (up to four additional hours) which is dependent on each client’s specific needs.  The four additional hours can include limited debt negotiation.  Unlike most Personal Financial Counselors, Salt & Light is not getting commissions on selling insurance or investments.  Clients can be sure they are getting advice that is objective with their best interest at heart. 

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Quincy, Illinois Madonna House Food Pantry And Clothing Closet

Madonna House provides a food and clothing program. Any family in need can come to Madonna House for a food basket. Requirements are to sign their name on an income guideline form, and to show proof of current address. Current Drivers License, State ID, Medical Card, or utility bills are acceptable forms of proof. The food pantry is supplied with food from the Central Illinois Food Bank. We receive commodities, free of charge, and we can purchase other food items at a reduced cost. Madonna House served 307 families (816 individuals) in October, with a noted increase in the average number of families served in the last 2 months.

The Clothing Closet is also a program we offer. Members from the community and local businesses donate used clothing which supplies our clothing closet. Due to Marion Gardner Jackson Charitable Trust, Madonna House was able to build a new garage which has allowed us to quadruple the size of the clothing closet and allow us to hang the clothing so that it is easier for families to find what they need. We are now able to serve a greater number of people in need in a more efficient manner. In an average month Madonna House serves 60 families with the food bank and 44 families with the clothing pantry.

Hours of operation are:

Tuesday         1-3
Saturday        10-12
Saturday        1-3

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Marietta, Georgia MUST Ministries Food Pantry And Closets

At MUST we believe that to meet our clients' needs, we really need to get to know them as persons. MUST provides individual assessments for each client accessing weekday services. When able, we meet needs. When appropriate, we provide referral to other resources in the community. To this end, all MUST program offices participate in the Pathways Community Network.

Hot Meals
At MUST we believe that preparing and serving a hot meal to persons living in poverty is an ideal way to live out one’s faith. MUST provides a community lunch each weekday at 12:00 pm in the Loaves and Fishes Community Kitchen on the Marietta Campus. Anyone in the community is welcome to come, sign in, and partake of a meal prepared and served by volunteers. No documentation is necessary. Persons from group homes, weekday services clients, shelter guests, and neighbors who find their homes on the streets and in the woods of Cobb County all benefit from this special resource.

Food Pantry
At MUST we believe that the blessings of our community are ample enough to ensure that no person need go hungry. MUST provides canned and other non-perishable goods free of charge to Cobb and Cherokee County residents in need. Families and individuals may obtain food through one of MUST's 3 food pantries during regular service hours (10 am - 2 pm Mon - Fri). Households may receive food up to four times per year. Photo ID and proof of residence are required documentation, along with social security numbers for everyone requesting service, or birth certificates for children.

Clothes Closet
At MUST we believe that "hand-me-downs" are not just for little brothers and sisters but for neighbors in need as well. MUST provides new and used clothing free of charge to Cobb and Cherokee County residents in need. Families and individuals may obtain clothing through one of MUST's 3 clothes closets during regular service hours (10 am - 2 pm Mon - Fri). While clothing allotments per individual are generous, quantities of specific clothing items are often limited. Photo ID and proof of residence are required documentation, along with social security numbers for everyone requesting service, or birth certificates for children. Individuals can receive (twice a year) four pairs of jeans, a coat, a pair of sneakers, four pairs of underwear, four pairs of socks and twenty other items of clothing. Beyond their initial allotments, persons who are homeless can access additional clothing resources on a week by week basis.

Financial Assistance
At MUST we believe that the prevention of homelessness begins with avoiding evictions and foreclosures. MUST provides emergency financial assistance with rent and/or utilities to persons living in Cobb and Cherokee County. Application for financial assistance must be made in person at your local MUST program office during regular service hours (10 am - 2 pm Mon - Fri). Availability of funds varies during the course of the year, and each application is reviewed on a case by case basis. If you have questions about financial assistance, and/or your eligibility we encourage you to call your local MUST office.

Bread and Sweets
At MUST we believe that too much food gets wasted and thrown away in our community. MUST provides perishable donated breads and sweets to persons living in Cobb and Cherokee County. There are no documentation requirements for eligibility; however, there are limits on the quantity and frequency which vary with availability.

Employment and Education
At MUST we believe that breaking the cycle of poverty often begins with equipping persons with the skills necessary to obtain and maintain a job. MUST provides both individualized job coaching and group-centered learning activities in an attempt to enhance the marketable skills of persons living in poverty. Our education offerings include budgeting and other lifeskills classes. Many of our educational offerings are designed to complement our core programs: housing, financial assistance, food pantry, etc. However, some education and employment offerings are stand-alone programs, where people can access services simply by requesting them at one of our program offices during regular service hours (10 am - 2 pm Mon - Thurs).

Seasonal Programs
At MUST we believe that each child, each family, deserves to experience the fullness of life. MUST provides a number of special seasonal programs, many of which focus on the lives of children. Most of these programs originated in the hearts and hands of our volunteers. Whether it be putting a sack lunch, a backpack full of school supplies, or a special toy in the hands of a child, we take pride in filling in the gaps. If you are interested in any of our seasonal programs, please contact your local MUST office. Our programs include:

For information on Housing click here.

For churches referring individuals to MUST for services, click here for more information.

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Tennessee Resources For Meals, Food And Clothing


 -   Find Feeding America food banks
 -   Food stamp hotline - (866) 311-4287
 -   EFSP Search - Enter your zip code for food service agencies in your area
 -   Tennessee Department of Human Services - for assistance in obtaining food, child support or rehabilitative services
 -   America's Second Harvest in Nashville
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Clarksville Loaves and Fishes
215 Foster Street
Clarksville, TN 37040
(931) 645-9020
Soup Kitchen open Mon - Sat, 10:30 am to Noon,
Distribution Center, Tuesday and Friday, 1:00 to 2:00

Grace Assistance Program (Cheatham, Dickson, Houston, Humphreys, Montgomery, Robertson, and Stewart Counties)
217 3rd St.
Clarksville, TN 37040
(931) 648-9093
M-F, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Services for food, utilities, prescriptions, and financial assistance in Cheatham, Dickson, Houston, Humphreys, Montgomery, Robertson, and Stewart Counties

Manna Day Ministry
First Assembly of God Church
1186 Ft. Campbell Blvd.
Clarksville, TN 37042
PH: (931) 648-1324
Collection and distribution of bread. Call for info to groups. Individuals
may receive bread every other Saturday, 8:00 a.m., Food Closet open
M - F, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon


Good Samaritan Services
P. O. Box 758
Dover, TN 37058
(931) 232-5956
Medicine, food, clothing, household items, utilities payments, gas money, etc.


Goodlettsville Help Center
108 Depot St., #400
Goodlettsville, TN 37072
(615) 859-4706
Serving 37072 zip code residents and transients for help on utilities, food, clothing, education
Assistance Hours: M-F, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Thrift Store open 11:00 to 3:00 Monday - Saturday.


Brinkley Heights Baptist Church
3277 Rosamond Ave.
Memphis, TN 38122
(901) 458-0617
Food bank and clothing - anyone

Calvary Baptist Church
3812 Kirby Parkway
Memphis, TN 38115
(901) 795-5407
Food Pantry

Calvary Episcopal Church
102 N. Second St.
Memphis, TN 38103
(901) 525-6602
Soup kitchen - Hot Breakfast Sundays 8:15a

Catholic Charities, Inc.
1325 Jefferson
Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 722-4700
Food pantry and clothing - anyone - M-F 8:00a - 3:00p

Christ the Rock Metro Church
8800 Winchester Road
Memphis, TN 38125
(901) 751-3333
Clothing - call for hours

Church of the Holy Names
697 Keel Ave.
Memphis, TN 38107
(901) 525-9870
Soup kitchen, food pantry, and clothes closet for zip codes 38103, 38105, and 38107 - Call for hours

First Presbyterian Church
166 Poplar Ave.
Memphis, TN 38105
(901) 525-5619
Soup kitchen - hot meal Sundays 2:00p

First Works, Inc.
204 N. Second St.
Memphis, TN 38105
(901) 526-8228
Food pantry and clothing - anyone - M-F 1:00 - 2:30p

Grace St. Luke's Episcopal Church
1720 Peabody Ave.
Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 272-7425
Soup kitchen - hot meal Sundays 4:00p

Highland Heights United Methodist Church
3476 Summer Ave.
Memphis, TN 38122
(901) 458-5966
Food Pantry

Memphis & Shelby County Health Department
757 Galloway
Memphis, TN 38105
(901) 544-7600
Food and immunizations for women, children & infants

Memphis Union Mission
383 Poplar Ave.
Memphis, TN 38103
(901) 526-8434
Soup kitchen - daily 11:00a & 5:00p

MIFA - Exchange Store
Call First
(901) 527-0208
Clothing and furniture - anyone - M-F 11:30a - 3:30p

St. Patrick's Catholic Church
277 S. Fourth Street @ Linden
Memphis, TN 38126
(901) 527-2542
Soup kitchen - sandwiches Mon-Thur 1:00-3:00p

United Methodist Neighborhood Center
3000 Walnut Grove Rd.
Memphis, TN 38111
(901) 323-4993
Food panty and clothing - anyone - M-F 8:30-11:30a

United Methodist Neighborhood Center
1647 Dellwood
Memphis, TN 38107
(901) 357-9538
Food pantry - anyone - M-F 8:30-11:30a

United Methodist Neighborhood Center
602 Looney St.
Memphis, TN 38107
(901) 523-1036
Food pantry and clothing - anyone - call for hours


Rutherford County Emergency Food Bank
211 Bridge Ave., McFadden Community Center
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
(615) 895-1148
Serving the hungry south Rutherford County

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