Ashtabula, OH
Food Pantries

Food pantries give free food to local residents. There are 17 food pantries in the Ashtabula area.

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Ashtabula , OH 44004

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Services:
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Eligibility:
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Additional Services:
Reduced cost food in Ashtabula , OH.

Area Served:
Ashtabula , OH



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Catholic Charities Community Services Of Lake County

26 Miles Away

1 Victoria Place Ste. 266
Painesville, OH 44077
(440) 953-8095

Services:
Provides three to four days worth of emergency food packed according to family size.

Hours:
M-Th: 9:00am-1:00pm

Eligibility:
Serves residents of the City of Painesville. Generally, serves those who are low-income or facing temporary financial hardship (income limit is approximately 200% Federal Poverty Limit).

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
Proof of residency (current utility bill); Photo ID (Driver License or State ID)



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Parkman Congregational Church

37 Miles Away

18265 Madison Rd.
Parkman, OH 44080
(440) 548-4829

Services:
Provides a three day supply of emergency non-perishable food.

Hours:
By appointment, 7 days a week: 9:00am-6:30pm. Time and date of appointment will depend on availability of staff.

Eligibility:
Serves those with low income or suffering hardship who reside in Parkman Township.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
None



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St. Edward Church

37 Miles Away

16150 Center St.
Parkman, OH 44080
(440) 548-3812

Services:
Provides emergency food to those in need. Clients must bring own bags.

Hours:
Third Sunday of each month: 10:00am-12:00noon.

Eligibility:
Serves Geauga County and the following out-of-county communities: Farmington, Bristolville, Southington, Hiram, and Garrettsville. Must be low-income or facing temporary financial hardship.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
Photo ID



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Second Harvest Food Bank Of Northwest Pennsylvania

41 Miles Away

1507 Grimm Drive
Erie, PA 16501
(814) 459-3663

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Services:
The Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania is a nonprofit charitable organization with the mission to distribute food to hungry people and eliminate the waste of food.

The Second Harvest Food Bank of NW PA solicits, inventories and distributes donated grocery products to people facing hard times through their network of 251 member charitable agencies in 11 counties. These agencies include traditional and mobile food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, Kids Cafes, Backpack Programs, child care programs, group homes and family service agencies. In 2011, Second Harvest distributed nearly 9.4 million pounds of food that reached 72,600 individuals.      Program:BackPack ProgramBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served: Children Only (5 - 14 years) Program Description: The BackPack Program provides needy children with nutritious, child-friendly food when other resources, such as school lunches and after-school meals or snacks, are not available. Backpacks are discreetly distributed to participating children at such locations as community centers or schools on Fridays and before holidays.



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Imani Church

42 Miles Away

1505 E 260th St.
Euclid, OH 44132
(216) 732-8204

Services:
Provides a three to five day supply of food packed by family size to those in need.

Hours:
Second and fourth Saturday of the month: 9:00am-1:00pm.

Eligibility:
Euclid residents who are low income or experiencing temporary financial hardship.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
Proof of residency, photo I.D.



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Hunger Network Of Greater Cleveland

42 Miles Away

291 E 222nd St. Euclid Shore Cultural Center, Rm. 45
Euclid, OH 44123
(216) 436-2000

Services:
Provides a 3-5 day supply of groceries (canned and dry foods to make up 3 meals a day) packed according to family size. Occasionally, baby formula may be available.

Hours:
W, Sa: 10:00am-1:00pm. Generally, closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day, New Years Eve/Day, and all major holidays.

Eligibility:
Serves residents of the City of Euclid. Exact boundaries may be determined by calling 211/First Call For Help. Service may be recieved once per month. Generally, income should be 200% of the Federal Poverty Limit or less. Households that do not meet the income guidelines but have extenuating circumstances (such as loss of income or some other financial hardship) may be served on a case by case basis.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
Proof of Address/Residency: Current postmarked utility bill, Ohio Works First (OWF) statement, or other official document (such as that received from Social Security). Proof of Income: Public assistance benefit letter, Social Security benefit letter, Medicaid Card or paycheck stub. Proof of Family Size: Birth certificates, Medicaid/Medical cards, school enrollment forms or other official documents (for each member of the household). Photo I.D. (For client AND his or her representative, if disabled.) However, individuals can be served once without documents. If income is over the guidelines, may be asked to bring proof of extraordinary extra monthly expenses.



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Euclid Foursquare Church

42 Miles Away

18950 Euclid Ave.
Euclid, OH 44117
(216) 531-3040

Services:
Provides a 3 day supply of non-perishable items, canned foods, and meat (frozen). Packages are based on family size.

Hours:
4th Saturday of each month: 12:00noon-2:00pm. Except for December and November when the pantry will operate on the third Saturday 12:00noon-2:00pm. Always closed in August.

Eligibility:
Residents of 44117 - generally, priority is given to those who live in the immediate vicinity of the church; however, will serve all in 44117 on a case-by-case basis. Individuals should have an income that follows the guidelines of The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP). TEFAP guidelines are based on 150% (1.5) times of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
Proof of address; Proof of Income: Public assistance benefit letter, Social Security benefit letter, Medicaid Card or paycheck stub. Proof of Family Size: Birth certificates, Medicaid/Medical cards, or school enrollment forms or other official documents (for each member of the household). Photo I.D. (For client AND his or her representative, if disabled).



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Bainbridge Area Food For Friends

43 Miles Away

17826 Chillicothe Rd.
Chagrin Falls, OH 44023
(440) 708-9829

Services:
Provides emergency food to people experiencing temporary hardship. May also offer personal care items and cleaning supplies if available. Does not provide ongoing assistance. Pantry assists about 10 families a month on average.

Hours:
By appointment, 7 days a week (generally in the morning).

Eligibility:
Serves Bainbridge Twp., Auburn Twp., Newbury Twp., Russell Twp., and South Russell Village. Assists those who do not qualify for government or other assistance but are experiencing temporary hardship. However, will assist those who need temporary help until their government or other assistance activates. Clients can receive service 1-3 times per year. Eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries, Personal/grooming Supplies

Documents To Bring:
Completed application; proof of address



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Nelson Garrettsville Community Cupboard

44 Miles Away

9415 St. Rt. 305
Garrettsville, OH 44231
(330) 606-5863

Services:
Provides emergency food.

Hours:
By appointment M: 4:00pm-7:00pm; W: 9:00am-12:00Noon

Eligibility:
Households in the Garrettsville School District which includes Garrettsville and Nelson Twp. Cupboard can be used once a month, with 30 days in between.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
Photo ID and current proof of address for all adults in the household. Clients will sign a form declaring their need for assistance.



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Aldersgate United Methodist Church

46 Miles Away

4069 Eastwood Ln.
Beachwood, OH 44122
(216) 921-4075

Services:
Provides a bag of non-perishable food for those in need.

Hours:
Service is generally on the 15th of each month: 11:00am-1:00pm. If the 15th falls on a Saturday, service is offered on the 14th (Friday); if the 15th falls on a Sunday, service is offered on the 16th (Monday).

Eligibility:
Serves residents of Warrensville, Highland Hills, North Randall and residents of Zip Code 44128.

Additional Services:
Food Pantries

Documents To Bring:
None



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