Address:P.O. Box 243Cumberland, MD 21502Map & Directions
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.
Address:19 Frederick StCumberland, MD 21502Map & Directions
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.
Address:1 Grand AveCumberland, MD 21502Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Provides emergency food and at times baby formula, and house hold items to area residents. Clients may visit food pantry once a month. -
Eligibility: Targeted to low-income and homeless residents of the county.
Documents To Bring: Proof of income, photo ID and/or Independence Card are required.
Address:701 E 1st StCumberland, MD 21502Map & Directions
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. Must have photo ID, proof of income. - - 2) RUMMAGE SALES: Offers gently used clothing and furniture, when available, to individuals and families in need. Rummage sales take place on most Fridays of the month (call for dates) from 9AM-12PM in the rear of the building. Prices are no more than $5 for clothing and household items. Furniture is also sold at deeply discounted rates during the rummage sales. - - 3) FREE CLOTHING AND FURNITURE: Items can be provided for free to individuals with no means to pay for them. Those in need are able to come any day of the week with a referral from a human service agency or fire/police department to receive assistance. - - 3) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Emergency funds available one time per year for fuel, utilities, and rent when funding is available. - - 4) YOUTH PROGRAMS: Provides after school programs during school year and a day camp in the summer. - - 5) HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE 2017: Eligibility for holiday assistance is determined on a case-by-case basis. - o CHRISTMAS: Toys are provided for children for children 12 and under. Sign-up for both counties are the last two weeks in September: September 18th - 22nd from 9AM to 12PM, also September 25th - 29th from 9AM - 12PM. Last three dates to sign up are September 22, 27, & 29th from 9AM - 12PM and 5PM to 7PM at 701 East First Street. Pick up of Items will be December 22nd from 9-NOON at the same address. - 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. If receiving any type of government Assistance must bring that information as well. Applicants must also provide a list of children's clothing sizes and a list of 3 gift ideas under $50. - - 7) DONATIONS: Monetary donations, non-perishable food items, gently used clothing and furniture needed. PLEASE call before donating large furniture items.
Eligibility: Open to the public. 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. If receiving any type of government Assistance must bring that information as well.
Documents To Bring: 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. If receiving any type of government Assistance must bring that information as well.
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Address:301 Cumberland StCumberland, MD 21502Map & Directions
Services: NOTE: Program for emergency relief ONLY. - FOOD PANTRY: Provides needy residents access to groceries up to 4 times per year. First 3 visits clients receive vouchers that are redeemable with local merchants for perishable groceries. The 4th visit they are given non-perishable food from the pantry. Occasionally offers Ensure and infant formula. - - DONATIONS: Monetary and non-perishable food donations are welcomed. - -
Eligibility: Low income residents in need.
Documents To Bring: Photo ID
Address:106 Co Rte 38/14Berkeley Springs, WV 25411Map & Directions
Services: WIC is for expectant moms and children to age five. WIC provides free nutrition counseling, breast feeding support and nutritious foods.
Hours: 0830-1200 and 1300-1700 Monday and Tuesday (except for the first Tuesday of every month).
Eligibility: The categories for eligibility are: Pregnant women; Women who are breast feeding an infant (under one year of age); Postpartum women to the sixth month after delivery; Children from birth to five years of age. Income eligibility requires that a household have gross income at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level. For a family of four, the Federal Poverty Limit is $32,653 per year.
Nutrition risk is any medical or health problem which can be corrected or lessened by proper amounts and types of food intake. Examples of nutrition risk are: Low iron levels; Insufficient growth, i.e. low weight for age, low weight for height; Premature delivery; Inadequate dietary intake (types or amounts of food).
Area Served: West Virginia
Address:116 W High StHancock, MD 21750Map & Directions
Services: NOTE: Targets Hancock area ONLY (must live within 15 mile radius). - OVERVIEW: An Agency in the area offering services and emergency assistance including a coordinated effort of community outreach, support, and advocacy for low income individuals and families. Some programs include nutrition education and assistance with obtaining food, shelter and clothing. SERVICES: - 1) INFORMATION and REFERRAL: Refers low income individuals and families to local, county and/or state resources which can best meet their needs. Partners with county agencies so residents may complete applications locally and avoid the need to travel. - - 2) FOOD CO-OP, S.H.I.P.: A food program where low income individuals and families pay a cost of $5.25 per month to receive approximately $25.-$30 worth of food. Each recipient who is physically able is asked to volunteer assistance in order to maintain their eligibility. - - 3) ADVENTURES in FRIENDSHIP: Offers life skills training to Middle School and High School young people. A one-week summer day camp teaches home and health safety skills, drug awareness, CPR, nutrition and cooking, - - 4) KEEP SENIORS SAFE and WARM: Provides mini-seminars on winter related safety issues including a winter driving class, lessons on using wood stoves, kerosene heaters and space heaters, tips on energy saving, and resources for inexpensive weathering products. Also provides health information concerning assistance programs available to them, winter clothing, new blankets and smoke detectors as needed.
Eligibility: Low-income individuals and families that live within a 15 mile radius.
Documents To Bring: Proof of income and residence.
Address:111 Ellis StMartinsburg, WV 25404Map & Directions
Services: Utility assistance; food assistance; assistance with clothing, house wares, beds from donations; assistance to fire victims-clothing, house wares, furniture; prescription assistance; Christmas assistance, money for electric termination notice, water termination notices, sign up in October; Transportation-gasoline.
Hours: 0900-1200 1300-1500
Follows School closing schedule for inclement weather.
Eligibility: :income eligible requirementIs Shelter? NoRelated ResourcesSalvation ArmySalvation Army
Address:336 S Queen StMartinsburg, WV 25401Map & Directions
Services: Provide vouchers for past due rent (once in a 5 yr period) or towards a court ordered eviction up to but no more than 600.00 or one months rent on past due rent notice, prescriptions up to 150.00 (no Narcotics), utilities (water and sewer bill) with shut off notice 75.00. Will assist with 25.00 for propane (1 x a year) can also help with wood for heating thru volunteer group. Can also provide assistance with work related clothing footwear i.e. steel-toe boots. Provide transportation assistance- bus passes and gasoline for job interviews and doctor's appointments. Also can help with one hundred dollars for tooth extraction or towards hearing aids.
CCAP also provides a food pantry Mon-Fri 10am to 1pm
Hours: 10:00 am-1:00 pm Monday-Friday
Closed if Berkeley County School is closed for inclement weather
Eligibility: :For rental assistance or evictions-must be Berkeley County resident and have WV ID plus letter from landlord or property management. Balance must be paid first or arrangement made with landlord or property manager to work with client on balance in writing. No Handwritten letters will be accepted for past due rents.Is Shelter? NoMiscellaneousRelated ResourceCCAP (Congregational Cooperative Action Project)
Address:122 W Martin StMartinsburg, WV 25401Map & Directions
Services: Primary service is clothing closet but also has a food pantry
Hours: Every Tuesday 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Also every 3rd Saturday from 10:00 am to 3:00.
Area Served: Berkeley County