Addison, PA
Food Pantries

Food pantries give free food to local residents. There are 19 food pantries in the Addison area.

Coupons.com

1 Miles Away

Addison , PA 15411

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Coupons.com is a free web service that allows users in Addison, PA to print coupons for savings on brand name food and general purpose items they use every day. Coupons can be printed on your computer and redeemed at any local grocery store. This service stretches a family's food budget with real savings; making your food dollar go farther. There is no fee for this service and no registration is necessary.

Eligibility:
Requires internet connection and printer.

Additional Services:
Reduced cost food in Addison , PA.

Area Served:
Addison , PA



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Mountain Top Food Pantry

25 Miles Away

447 Old Crellin Road
Oakland, MD 21550
(301) 334-3588

Services:
Provides clothing, furniture, and a monthly food pantry to those in need.,

Hours:
By appointment. 24 hrs/day, 6 days/wk. (No Sunday's)

Eligibility:
Individuals requesting food should meet WIC income guidelines.



The journey is the reward.
-- Tao Saying




House Of Hope, Oakland

25 Miles Away

202 S 4th Street
Oakland, MD 21550
(301) 334-2357

Services:
Provides short term assistance for needyresidents of the county. SERVICES: 1) FOOD PANTRIES: Operates five food pantries throughout the county Oakland, Bittenger, Deer Park, Hoyes, and Grantsville. Call for an appointment.2) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Limited financial assistance available, evaluated on a case by case basis.3) DONATIONS: Accepts cash or non-perishable food items.

Hours:
If no answer leave message.

Eligibility:
County residents in need.



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-- Marcia Moore




Garrett County Community Action Committee

25 Miles Away

104 East Center Street
Oakland, MD 21550
(301) 334-9431

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Services:
Agency provides a variety of services for low income individuals, families and older adults. It also owns a number housing developments and community facilities located in different communities throughout the county. SERVICES: 1) HOMELESS SERVICES: Provides shelter referrals for those who have been evicted. 2) SECTION 8 HOUSING: Provides rent subsidies through a federal program to enable families, elderly or disabled persons to locate decent housing at affordable prices. Eligible households must locate housing on their own. 3) RENTAL ALLOWANCE PROGRAM: Provides a monthly rental allowance for up to 6 months to homeless or low-income households with critical housing needs. 4) HOUSING LOANS: Offers counseling and loans for low-income, prospective homebuyers. Also offers rehabilitation loans for low-income homeowners. 5) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides one months rent or security deposit for those who are in jeopardy ofbeing evicted. Also offers financial assistance for utility turn-offs. 6) OHEP/MEAP: See separate entry in this catalog. 7) FOOD PANTRY: Provides a 2-3-day supply of food. Call for times and eligibility requirements. 8) HEAD START: See separate listing. 9) TRANSPORTATION: Runs public and medical transportation. Fare for public transportation ranges from $1.00-$4.00 per way. Medical transportation is free to anyone who is a Medicaid recipient. 10) SURPLUS FOOD: County site for the government surplus food commodities program that distributes free food to low-income residents several times per year. 11) DAY CARE: Day care is provided before and after school as well as during holidays, snow days and the summer to children ages 0-12. 12) COMMUNITY and ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Offers small business assistance loans. 13) TAX ASSISTANCE 2012: Free tax assistance offered to residence starting February 2nd-April 14th on Tuesdays and Thursdays,Noon-4PM; Wednesdays, 4-7PM; and Saturdays, 9AM-1PM. No appointment required. Must have a valid photo ID for self and spouse, social security numbers for everyone in household including children, any related tax documents including deductions and W2's for all jobs worked in 2009, as well as a copy of last years tax return. ,

Hours:
After hours by appointment only.

Eligibility:
Open to public.



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-- Charlie Jones




Community Action-preston

28 Miles Away

109 E Main St
Kingwood, WV 26537
(304) 329-1028

Services:
New housing and home repair programs, Head Start for ages 3-4 yrs, nutritional programs, infant feeding program, summer meals, community development block grant programs and food pantry services, emergency assistance.

Hours:
Monday-Friday 0800-1600

Area Served:
Preston County



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Maryland Food Bank

31 Miles Away

816 Frederick Street
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 722-2797

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dloar@atlanticbb.net

Services:
NOTE: Must be a non-profit organization that offers a food pantry or soup kitchen to its residents. Coordinates the procurement and distribution of food donations from manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and government agencies to be distributed to non-profit organizations providing free food to county residents. SERVICES: 1) GENERAL SERVICES: Obtains, stores, and distributes food supplies and non-food supplies such as toilet paper, paper towels, dish washing and laundry detergent to qualified non-profit agencies. 2) DONATIONS: Accepts food and non-food donations as well as monetary donations.

Eligibility:
Non-profit agencies such as food pantries and soup kitchens.



The hours that make us happy make us wise.
-- John Mansfield




St. Martin's Ministries

31 Miles Away

14376 Benedictine Lane
Cumberland, MD
(410) 634-1140

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operationsdirector@stmartinsministries.org

Services:
Provides food pantry, financial assistance for security deposit, utility cut-off and eviction prevention to low income families in Caroline County and other mid-shore counties. Also operates a thrift store that is open to the public.SERVICES:1) FOOD PANTRY: Offers a 4-day supply of emergency food. Disposable diapers and baby formula occasionally are available. Must provide proof of income, social security cards for all family member, photo id and show monthly expenses. Pantry is open Tues, Thurs, Fri 8:30-11:30AM and Wed 6-7:30PM. Approved applicants may also receive a clothing voucher to be used towards items in the Thrift Shop. 2) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2011: Registration for Thanksgiving food baskets begins Nov1.Call for an appointment to fill out an application for assistance during normal business hours. Distribution will be 11/23-11/24. Christmas Basketapplication will begin12/1 and distribution will be 12/22-12/23.Approved applicants willalso receive a $15 clothing voucher to be used towards items in the Thrift Shop. 3) THRIFT SHOP: Offers used clothing, furniture and small household goods. Open to the public on Tues, Thur, Fri 8:30-11:30AM and Wed 6-7:30PM.4) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance once every 18 months for first month's rent, security deposit or to prevent eviction or utility turn-off. Must provide proof of need and income. In-person interviews are held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Call to be screened and for appointment times. 5) SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2012: Provides schools supplies for families that come for food assistance during the month of August. Supplies are limited for children in Pre-K thru Third grade.6) MARYLAND RENTAL ALLOWANCE PROGRAM: Offers a 12-month rent subsidy program to low income families who are homeless, in danger of becoming homeless or are in need of emergency housing. Eligibility Income Guidelines:1 person $18,750 2 person $21,4503 person $24,100 4 person $26,8005 person $28,950 6 person $31,1007 person $33,200 8 person $35,350DONATIONS: Accepts monetary, clothing, small household items, toys and books in good condition.

Hours:
Pantry & Thrift Store hours: Tues, Thur, Fri 8:30AM-11:30AM & Wed 6-7:30PM.

Eligibility:
See notes.



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St. Mark's Community Church

31 Miles Away

221 East Harrison Street
Cumberland, MD 21501
(301) 777-8863

Services:
FOOD PANTRY: Provide gift cards for food from Martin's grocery store to low income or homeless individuals and families.

Eligibility:
Low income or homeless families and individuals.



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Second Baptist Church

31 Miles Away

1 Grand Avenue
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 722-5190
secondbaptist4@verizon.net

Services:
FOOD PANTRY: Provides emergency food, at times baby formula, and occasional financial assistance for utilities to area residents. Clients may visit food pantry no more than 6 times per year.

Eligibility:
Targeted to low-income and homeless residents of the county. Proof of income and photo ID required.



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-- Daniel H. Burnham




Salvation Army, Allegany County

31 Miles Away

701 East First Street
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 777-7600

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Services:
OVERVIEW:Provides a food pantry, financial and holiday assistance, as well as an after school and summer camp program for the youth. SERVICES:1) FOOD PANTRY:Offers non-perishable items from in house pantry. NOTE: Food pantry by appointment only. Must have photo ID, proof of income for everyone in household, birth certificate, or social security cards. 2) CLOTHING AND FURNITURE: Offers gently used clothing and furniture to individuals and families in needed. 3) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Emergency funds available one time per year for fuel, utilities, and rent. 4) YOUTH PROGRAMS: Provides after school programs during school year and a day camp in the summer. 5) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2012: CLOSED Eligibility for holiday assistance is determined on a case-by-case basis. Signup for Christmas assistance is September 17th through October 5th, Monday-Friday from 9AM-12PM. CHRISTMAS: Food baskets are given with toys and gift cards for children 12 and under. CLIENTS MUST BRING: Photo ID, proof of income for entire household, SS cards or birth certificates for entire household, and an itemized list of expenses for the last 30 days.6) HOLIDAY DONATIONS: Holiday food,clothing, coats and gloves, shoes, toys, toiletries, and monetary donations are needed for the holidays. New items only. 7) DONATIONS:Monetary donations, non-perishable food items, gently used clothing and furniture needed.

Eligibility:
Open to the public.



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Allegany County Human Resources Development Commission

31 Miles Away

125 Virginia Avenue
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 777-5970

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Services:
VOLUNTEERS: Matches volunteers, ages 55 and older, with community service opportunities. Opportunities include, reading tutors for children, delivering meals to shut-ins, helping at blood drives, visit and/or entertain nursing home residents, usher for theatrical productions, sort and pack food at food banks/pantries and for SHIP programs, serve as hospice and hospital volunteers, provide support to non-profit agencies, assist at local senior centers, and help with other projects geared to their individual skills.

Eligibility:
Individuals age 55 and older.



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