Address:BFort Edward, NY 12828Map & Directions
Services: The office manages an agency food pantry, which serves any Washington County resident in need regardless of their socio-economic status. The Washington County DSS Employee Food Pantry provides service for emergency food needs to all Washington County residents making a request.
Eligibility: Washington County residents in need of emergency food
Address:383 BroadwayFort Edward, NY 12828Map & Directions
Services: Services for low-income individuals and families in emergency situations.
Hours: Call for details
Eligibility: low-income residents of Washington County
Address:144 Main StSouth Glens Falls, NY 12803Map & Directions
Services: The Moreau Community Center's Emergency Food Pantry provides food to those living in the Town of Moreau, the Village of South Glens Falls, or within the South Glens Falls School District. Residents are eligible once a month and must provide proof of residence and a photo ID each time they request service. Individuals applying for the service will receive food enough for 4-5 days.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am-11:30 am and 12:30 pm-3:00 pm
Eligibility: Residents of the Town of Moreau, the Village of South Glens Falls, or the South Glens Falls School District are eligible once a month.
Documents To Bring: Proof of residence and a photo ID, such as a driver's license.
Address:47 Lawrence StGlens Falls, NY 12801Map & Directions
Services: The Open Door is a Christian ministry dedicated to reaching out and serving the hunger needs of the poor and homeless of their community regardless of race, color, creed or sexual orientation. This is accomplished through the daily provision of hot, nutritious meals served in a friendly, welcoming environment. In continuous operation since 1991, the program began by serving a meal at a downtown location each Thursday evening. From there, the program has expanded to a six day operation. The program also provides guests with encouragement for daily living, including sponsorship of a christian 12-step program, and informal mentoring program, informal monitoring of elder, spouse and child abuse and neglect and provision of support to continue in community based substance abuse, mental health and probation programs. Information, referral and advocacy are regularly provided. Soup Kitchen - 6 days a week. Currently serving 3,200 meals/month and approximately 90 families in the Greater Glens Falls.
Distribution of gleaned food items to 9 agencies in Greater Glens Falls.
Mentoring program with chef where the people in need can learn a trade.
12 Step Recovery Program on site.
Address:296 Glen St # 1Glens Falls, NY 12801Map & Directions
Services: Provides six items from the Food Pantry program.
Hours: Sun 6:15 pm-6:30 pm
Eligibility: No requirements
Address:190 Maple StreetGlens Falls, NY 12801Map & Directions
Services: The Warren Hamilton Community Action Agency provides food, clothing and household items as well as a cooperative gleaning program (collecting food from farmers) and case management to those in need.
Eligibility: Individuals and families with low incomes
Address:37 Broad StGlens Falls, NY 12801Map & Directions
Services: The Glens Falls Salvation Army has a food pantry to assist people in need.
Hours: Service is by appointment
Eligibility: Low income residents
Documents To Bring: Identification required
Address:150 Warren StGlens Falls, NY 12801Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry is available to help those who need emergency food to get them through an immediate crisis.
Eligibility: Serves the City of Glens Falls
Address:62 Warren StGlens Falls, NY 12801Map & Directions
Services: Saint Mary's Church Food Pantry provides food for the needy in the community. Church also offers toiletries for personal hygiene and an annual clothes drive.
Hours: Fri 9:00 am-1:00 pm (Clients can utilize the pantry twice per month)
Eligibility: Resident of the Town of Glens Falls or Queensbury
Documents To Bring: Proof of residency
Address:460 Aviation RdQueensbury, NY 12804Map & Directions
Services: Provides a food box containing about 3 days worth of food (perishables: milk, eggs, cheese, bread. Non-perishables: soup, vegetables, fruit, beans, rice, pasta, etc.) for the needy in the community.
Eligibility: Resident of Queensbury and surrounding areas