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Ark Childrens' Rescue Center

Address:
1027 W High St
Springfield, OH 45505

Map & Directions

(31 Miles Away - Go to: Springfield, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(937) 324-2529

Website:
http://www.childrensrescuecenter.com

Services:
Their mission is to facilitate the love of Jesus to children and families in the inner city and beyond by providing services and activities to meet individual needs with a holistic, comprehensive approach.

First Harvest is a community garden that allows the kids they serve at their afterschool programs to dig in the dirt and learn about healthy eating.  Their food pantry is able to give out fresh produce and the Un Mundo Ministry is able to serve fresh foods thanks to First Harvest.


Local Matters

Address:
633 Parsons Ave
Columbus, OH 43206

Map & Directions

(44 Miles Away - Go to: Columbus, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(614) 263-5662

Website:
http://www.local-matters.org

Services:
Local Matters believes that local, healthy and sustainably grown food has the power to transform, sustain and build community in Central Ohio, the city of Columbus and the neighborhoods within their city limits. They also believe that they can harness the power of healthy food as an important key to community change. Just as healthy food nourishes the individual?s body and soul to create health and well being, so it is capable of nourishing and transforming the neighborhoods they inhabit into healthy communities by affecting systemic social, economic and environmental change their region. To Maximize the Power of Local Foods as an Agent of Transformation, They Need a New Paradigm that Combines this Power with Education, Strategic Partnerships and a Willingness to Commit Greater Resources in a More Thoughtful Way.

Local Matters operates three programs to demonstrate the positive influence that healthy, local food and a healthy local food system can have in their community: ? Farm to Fork: A program that encourages the farm community to grow more food crops by working to create market opportunities for small and medium size sustainably operated family farms and provides educational opportunities for the public regarding the social, economic and environmental advantages of purchasing locally grown foods. The Greener Grocer, a for profit business owned by Local Matters, is the primary hub of this program. Their latest project within their Farm to Fork program is their ?Mobile Farm Market?. This project, which began this fall, distributes locally grown, fresh and nutritious foods in underserved communities via their ?Veggie Van?. The van typically makes two hour, pre-determined stops in various neighborhoods on a weekly basis. They are set up to accept EBT cards (Food Stamps) in addition to credit cards and cash payments. ? Urban Agriculture: A program that works to get fresh, nutritious local foods into underserved, vulnerable neighborhoods by helping the community grow their own food through the development of urban farms. They also help coordinate the distribution of the food throughout the community and are developing an adult ?Cooking Skills? curriculum to teach members of these same communities how to prepare fresh, nutritious foods. ? Local Food to School: A program that seeks to re-connect children to the roots of healthy, nutritious food, positively influence their eating habits at an early age and provide a "sensory based" educational experience with healthy, nutritious food and the natural world. Their ?Three Sisters Project? incorporates an on-site, edible food garden with a health, wellness and nutrition classroom curriculum developed by Dr. Antonia Demas titled, ?Food is Elementary?. Students grow their own food, participate in both the harvest and preparation of this fresh, local food in their classroom and also learn about the role of fresh, local foods as part of a healthy diet. A second component of this project, currently under development, combines an outdoor learning environment with a Food Ecology Curriculum and is designed as a compliment to the curriculum model ?Food is Elementary?. This curriculum will engage children on subjects such as soil science, composting, indigenous plant & wildlife communities, wild edible plants, organic food production practices, water harvesting, etc?and offer visits to local farms to see how food is grown on a larger scale and to get a ?bigger picture view? of food ecology.


Native American Indian Center

Address:
67 E Innis Ave
Columbus, OH 43207

Map & Directions

(44 Miles Away - Go to: Columbus, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(614) 443-6120

Website:
http://www.naicco.org

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
Tue 10am-12pm; please call ahead, times change often.

Eligibility:
Native Americans within the 43207 zip code area.

Documents To Bring:
Adults 18 and over must bring a picture ID; Those under 18 must bring a birth certificate.


Aaal-Maun Excavating

Address:
168 N Garfield Ave
Columbus, OH 43203

Map & Directions

(44 Miles Away - Go to: Columbus, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(614) 260-0260

Services:
"The Promotion of Universal Human Services."

Women with children shelter and food pantry.


For what shall it profit a man, if he gain the whole world, and suffer the loss of his soul?

-- Jesus Christ

Good Neighbor House

Address:
627 E 1st St
Dayton, OH 45402

Map & Directions

(48 Miles Away - Go to: Dayton, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(937) 224-3003

Website:
http://www.goodneighborhouse.org

Services:
Clothing Donation Programs, Food Pantries, Household Goods Donation Programs

Hours:
Monday - Thursday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Eligibility:
Dayton area resident


St. Vincent de Paul Administration

Address:
124 W Apple St
Dayton, OH 45402

Map & Directions

(48 Miles Away - Go to: Dayton, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(937) 222-7349

Website:
http://www.stvincentdayton.org

Services:
Provides person-to-person emergency assistance and services to the poor, homeless, and unemployed populations of their community.

Operate 29 church-based conferences that respond to emergency needs in their neighborhoods. In 2006, the conferences provided over $1,000,000 in rent, utility, clothing, medical, and food assistance to 54,517 people.


America's best buy is a telephone call to the right man.

-- Ilka Chase

Catalyst Community Church

Address:
620 Lynn St
Findlay, OH 45840

Map & Directions

(48 Miles Away - Go to: Findlay, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(419) 422-0898

Website:
http://www.thecatalystchurch.com

Services:
We provide bread from Panera Bread Company to anyone who is in need or simply needs to make ends meet.

Hours:
Every Thursday 5:30pm- 7:00pm (bread is normally gone by 6:00pm so please arrive early)

Eligibility:
none

Documents To Bring:
none


Owens Community College

Address:
3200 Bright Rd
Findlay, OH 45840

Map & Directions

(48 Miles Away - Go to: Findlay, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(567) 429-3586

Website:
http://www.owens.edu

Services:
Provides non-perishable food to Owens students in need, as well as opportunities for students to learn and help their peers. Food pantry located in Room 106 of the Maintenace/Department of Public Safety Building.

Hours:
Thursdays 11:00am- 1:00pm

Eligibility:
Must be a registered Owens student with a valid college ID

Documents To Bring:
Valid college ID


First Presbyterian Church

Address:
2330 S Main St
Findlay, OH 45840

Map & Directions

(48 Miles Away - Go to: Findlay, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(419) 423-2112

Website:
http://www.findlayfpc.org

Services:
Mobile food pantry that provides families in the area with free food

Hours:
Second Saturday of Even months (February, April, June, August, October, December) Distribution begins at 9:30am

Documents To Bring:
None


Chopin Hall

Address:
1800 N Blanchard St # 125
Findlay, OH 45840

Map & Directions

(48 Miles Away - Go to: Findlay, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(419) 422-6401

Website:
http://www.chopinhall.org

Services:
A three to four day supply of food for each member of the household is supplied one time a month. In addition, Saturday Mobile Food Pantries are available for additional food. The dates of the Mobile Food Pantries are available at the Chopin Hall website www.chopinhall.org (under the FAQ tab).

Hours:
Monday Wednesday Friday 1:00pm- 4:30 pm

Eligibility:
One time a month for food and an additional time for clothing, for a total of two visits to Chopin Hall a month.

Documents To Bring:
Picture ID of person registering, proof of current address if different from picture ID, Social Security cards for each member of the household.


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