Address:309 S Greene StBoone, IA 50036Map & Directions
Services: Clothing, Food pantry, furniture bank
Hours: Varies by service and program.
Address:606 Greene StBoone, IA 50036Map & Directions
Services: Choice Pantry Provides Non-perishable Food Items And Donated Fresh Produce, When Available Once Every 30 Days. Bread Available Daily And Emergency Food Options Also Available.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Eligibility: Call for details
Documents To Bring: ID for all household members, current piece of mail
Address:1312 3rd StPerry, IA 50220Map & Directions
Services: MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION provides assistance to persons who find themselves temporarily unable to pay rent or utilities because of an emergency, illness, loss of a job, or death in a family It will also provide temporary housing and food for those who are homeless. Also can provide gas vouchers and transient assistance.
Hours: Irregular - call for details
Address:1212 2nd StPerry, IA 50220Map & Directions
Services: FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CENTER provides financial assistance for rent and utility assistance.
FOOD PANTRY can assist families with food up to four times per year (once every 90 days). Serves Bouton, Perry, Woodward, Minburn and Dawson.
MATERNAL HEALTH PROGRAM provides prenatal care including: medical care from a physician, nutrition and dental assessments as well as counseling from a social worker.
WIC PROGRAM offers nutrition education and direct assistance in the form of food coupons redeemable at grocery stores, for pregnant women, infants, and children up to age five.
WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM offers insulating attic and side walls Administers federal Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program - provides heating assistance payments and furnace and hot water heater checks. This program can replace any unsafe furnace or water heater if the client owns their home or rents.
ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM may pay partially for heating bill if meet guidelines. LIHEAP.
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT is designed to assist families on ADC achieve economic and social self sufficiency.
SHARE IOWA is a non-profit self help program For two hours of volunteer service, participants can purchase a $25-$45 supplemental food package of frozen meats, fresh fruits and vegetables at a reduced cost of $22.00 in cash or food stamps. Food orders must be made in advance; a variety of food packages is available each month. Call or visit web site for local office information; this is a statewide program.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm
Address:112 E Harrison StJefferson, IA 50129Map & Directions
Services: Contact Person: Jeane Burke, or Reverend Dr. Richard Glascow
Address:613 W 1st StMadrid, IA 50156Map & Directions
Services: Food Closet
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-10 am; Wed 4 pm-5:30 pm
Eligibility: Madrid resident
Documents To Bring: ID
Address:320 S 17th StAmes, IA 50010Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry: Can visit 1 time a month Provides bread and other food items.
Clothing: Helps with clothing and books as available 1 time a month
Hours: Hours vary by service and program, Serving Center: Saturday- 10 am - 12 pm
Fri 4 pm-6 pm
Address:612 24th StAmes, IA 50010Map & Directions
Hours: Varies by service and program
Address:613 Clark AveAmes, IA 50010Map & Directions
Services: We provide emergency rent and utility assistance to prevent evictions and shut-offs We also offer haircut, clothing and offer Healthy Food Vouchers every quarter Also assist with referrals to other services as needed.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon or call for appointment; Healthy Food Vouchers 9 am-11:45 am
Address:611 Clark AveAmes, IA 50010Map & Directions
The Food At First program (in Ames, Iowa) currently consists of two parts: a free meal program, and a perishable food pantry
The free meal program serves 8 meals per week, and is open to anyone who is hungry, no questions asked Most are evening meals, and most are served at First United Methodist Church in downtown Ames Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the program is our source of food: almost everything that we serve would otherwise have been thrown away by local grocery stores and food services, but has been turned into wonderful, tasty meals! Because of that, we have PLENTY of food for anyone who could use a little help.
The perishable food pantry takes the thousands of pounds of great food that are left over (AFTER taking what we need for use in the meals), and gives it away to folks who need it Distribution happens at what we call our
Hours: Meals served Sunday - Friday 5:30 pm - 6:15 pm and Saturday 11:30 am - 12:15 pm.