Abie, NE
Food Pantries

Food pantries give free food to local residents. There are 73 food pantries in the Abie area.


1 Miles Away

Abie , NE 68001

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The real secret to success is enthusiasm.
-- Walter Chrysler

Schuyler Food Pantry

9 Miles Away

802 A Street
Schuyler, NE 68661
(402) 352-3540

FOOD PANTRY - churches rotate monthly; call for information on which church is providing the service

Tue and Thu 12 noon-4 pm or by appointment

One of the great lessons I've learned in athletics is that you've got to discipline your life. No matter how good you may be, you've got to be willing to cut out of your life those things that keep you from going to the top.
-- Bob Richards

Blue Valley Community Action Partnership - Butler County

11 Miles Away

416 East Street
David City, NE 68632
(402) 367-4347

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HELPS low-income populations achieve self-sufficiency by offering the following services:

COMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM distributes government-purchased surplus food commodities to income-eligible families with children, 0-6 years; women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or have given birth in the last 12 months; and persons, 60 years or older

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, where donated funds are used to assist low-income people (with proof of need) with small emergencies; utility bills and rent are occasionally paid by BVCA Partnership

FOOD PANTRY, where community groups and individuals donate funds to purchase perishable items which are distributed to families/individuals in emergency situations; paper products and non-perishable food are also donated

HOLIDAY PROJECTS, where volunteers, community groups and local businesses donate materials, food, toys and skills for seasonal holiday projects for low-income families; provides food packages and allowances to purchase clothes, shoes, coats, and household goods

HOMEBUYER EDUCATION provides training on the home buying process.

HOMELESS ASSISTANCE offers services for homeless individuals and families include food pantry, homeless shelter, clothing, referrals and locating permanent housing

HOUSING OWNERSHIP ASSISTANCE provides down payment and/or closing cost assistance to income-eligible families to enable them to purchase a home; eligibility is 80% median income

HOUSING REHABILITATION offers low and moderate income homeowners low interest loans to rehabilitate health and safety needs of their older homes

PROJECT FOCUS works one-on-one with individuals/families using family development/case management model by assessing needs, linking to available services and follow-through

PROJECT FIRST where homeless families with children participate in a housing and supportive services project for up to 24 months

RENTAL HOUSING provides government subsidized private rental housing as well as low cost/below market rental housing to income qualified people

THRIFT STORES provide clothing, shoes, coats and household goods to families in need and to the public for small handling fee

WEATHERIZATION provides assistance to secure homes for hot and cold weather; to be eligible, families must submit pay stubs from the last three months, and provide a legal description of the home or obtain the landlord's permission if the home is not owned by the family; the family must reside in the home for at least one year, and provide heating bills before and after weatherization to BVCA Partnership

Tue-Thu 9 am-4 pm, Fri 9 am-3 pm, Sat 9 am-1 pm

A mind at peace, a mind centered and not focused on harming others, is stronger than any physical force in the universe.
-- Wayne Dyer

Saunders County Food Pantry

20 Miles Away

310 North Linden
Wahoo, NE 68066


Contact a Saunders County minister or priest

There are three ingredients in the good life: yearning, learning, and earning.
-- Christopher Morley

Salvation Army - Columbus Outpost

22 Miles Away

1711 23rd Street
Columbus, NE 68601
(402) 564-6919

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RENT payment assistance

UTLITY payment assistance




THRIFT STORE, including vouchers for clothing, furniture, etc.

SCHOOL SUPPLY distribution

Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm, Sat 9 am-6 pm

It is not necessary to hope in order to understand, nor to succeed in order to persevere.
-- Charles The Bold

Platte County Food Pantry

22 Miles Away

3020 18th Street, Suite 13
Columbus, NE 68601
(402) 563-4544

FREE FOOD for residents of Platte County

Mon 10 am-11:30 am, Tue 2 pm-4 pm, Wed 10 am-11:30 am, Thu 2 pm-4 pm, Fri 10 am-11:30 am

One extends one's limits only by exceeding them.
-- Scott M Peck

Columbus Emergency Relief

22 Miles Away

1853 10th Avenue
Columbus, NE 68601
(402) 564-4184

FOOD, if they have exhausted food pantry usage

CLOTHING VOUCHERS for thrift stores

RENT, or mortgage assistance

GASOLINE VOUCHERS for those who are working or looking for work, or doctor's appointments Proof needed.


UTILITY BILL payment assistance

Tue-Fri 10 am-2 pm, Fri 2 pm-5 pm by appointment only

The best performance improvement is the transition from the nonworking state to the working state.
-- John Ousterhout

Central Nebraska Community Services - Columbus

22 Miles Away

3362 53rd Avenue
Columbus, NE 68601
(402) 564-1124

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EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE for disconnect notices for electricity and gas or eviction notices, first month's rent or deposit assistance

THRIVES (Transitional Housing for Rural Independence, Viability and Economic Stability) provides transitional housing for individuals and families for up to 24 months

HOPE (Hope Offers People Empowerment) provides personal counseling and support to help with financial and emotional needs, as well as building goals for the future

COMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM (CSFP) provides monthly food packages for income eligible pregnant women, children under the age of six years, and those 60 years and older

TAX PREPARATION assistance by appointment only

See Administration Office listing for:
Child Safety Seat Inspections
Early Childhood Programs
Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing
Housing Programs

Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm

It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.
-- W. Edwards Deming

Salvation Army - Fremont

25 Miles Away

707 North I Street
Fremont, NE 68025
(402) 721-0930

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Mon-Thu 8 am-4 pm

We're all pilgrims on the same journey-but some pilgrims have better road maps.
-- Nelson DeMille

Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership - Fremont Family Services Office

25 Miles Away

605 North Broad Street
Fremont, NE 68025

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HEAD START federally-funded early childhood development program to increase school readiness of young children in low-income families

WEATHERIZATION can reduce energy costs for a long period of time; some typical weatherization measures that may be done to your home include sidewall and attic insulation; infiltration work (caulking and weather stripping around doors and windows and glass repair); repair/replacement of furnace or heating unit

WEATHERIZATION EXPANSION PROJECT may assist with roof repair or replacement and foundation repair in areas with a population of 10,000 or less

COMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM (CSFP) provides foods purchased and distributed by the USDA to: infants up to the twelfth month of age; children from age one up to the sixth birthday; women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, and/or who have had a baby within the last year; and seniors who are sixty and over

FOOD PANTRY provided on an emergency basis; after a client access the pantry three times in one year they will receive one-on-one budgeting assistance in order to receive anymore food pantries in a 12 month period

NEBRASKA HOMELESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM provides financial assistance to qualifying individuals and families with partial one month payment of a security deposit, utility deposit, past due rent, past due mortgage or past due utility; along with the partial financial assistance, customers also receive one on one support

EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAM provides financial assistance to help customers with a partial one month past due utility or one month past due rent, resulting from an emergency; deposits are excluded from this funding

HOMELESS PREVENTION AND RAPID RE-HOUSING PROGRAM (HPRP) focuses on housing stabilization through temporary assistance that serves as a bridge to long-term stability; provides homelessness prevention assistance to households who would otherwise become homeless and assistance to rapidly re-house persons who are homeless

CHILD PASSENGER SERVICES provides infant seats, toddler seats and booster seats are provided to income eligible clients for a nominal fee; car seats are installed and child safety seat education is provided to clients by trained technicians

TAX PREPARATION for low income individuals/families and senior citizens (60 & over); Family Service Coordinators are trained to help prepare tax forms and/or answer tax questions; all offices are equipped to e-file, and coordinators also assist with Homestead Exemption preparation; no self-employed or farm returns are prepared

OPERATION GREAT START home visitation program provides free one on one health education to pregnant families until the child turns one year of age; program staff helps with any concerns with parenting and provide information on community resources; topics covered include pregnancy and prenatal care, newborn care, feeding and infant development, basic infant care, positive parenting, and family nutrition

OPERATION BUILDING BLOCKS helps families with young children up to the age of five; the program works with the families weekly or every other week to learn to lessen the parenting stresses and develop skills to control their children's behaviors

See separate listings for:
Immunization Clinics

Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm, appointments preferred

Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley.
-- James Rogers

Low Income Ministry of Dodge County

25 Miles Away

549 North H
Fremont, NE 68025
(402) 727-6884


FOOD PANTRY, up to 12 times a year; after third visit a referral from any social services agency is required; hours are Tue 10 am-2 pm, Thu 5 pm-7 pm

CLOTHING CENTER; nominal donation, no cost with referral, job interview clothing available; hours are Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm, Sat 9 am-12 noon; clothing is available year-round with referral from school, church or social service agency

HYGIENE ITEMS such as soap, toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant etc with HHS food stamp card and a nominal fee

SCHOOL SUPPLIES for students K-12 at the beginning of the school term

FAN PROGRAM each summer for Dodge County residents, must qualify for low-income guidelines

CHRISTMAS FOOD distribution sign up November 1-December 9, 2011 for qualified persons

TOY SHOP offers toys, winter clothing, underwear, books, gifts, etc. for children ages birth to 15; sign up in November, distribution is in December; children enrolled in Toy Shop program are automatically enrolled in the bicycle drawing giveaway in December

Crisis Assistance Mon-Fri 10 am-2:30 pm

Success is never final and failure never fatal. It's courage that counts.
-- Jules Ellinger