Address:100 Woodside DrMc Connellsburg, PA 17233Map & Directions
Services: Provides food to those in need in Fulton County, nutritional education program (Fulton County Super Cupboard), gardening program each Spring, budget and lifestyle counseling offered to repeat clients.
Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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:195 W Loudon StChambersburg, PA 17201Map & Directions
Services: Serving low-income and needy individuals and families. Issue days = First full week of the months that include Tuesday and Thursday Doors open at 6:15am Issue food at 7:45 Stop issue at 10:30 Delivery and donations accepted Monday through Friday every week from 8:00am -12:00 pm
Hours: See description for hours.
Eligibility: Those who are low-income and in need of additional assistance with meals.Fees or ChargesTypes of FeesServices are provided at no cost.Capacity LimitationsNoneWait ListNone
Address:750 Norland AveChambersburg, PA 17201Map & Directions
Services: Families are able to receive food on a once a month basis.
Hours: Hours vary, please call first.
Eligibility: Open to those who are in need.Fees or ChargesTypes of FeesServices are provided at no cost.Capacity LimitationsNoneWait ListNone
Address:225 S 2nd StChambersburg, PA 17201Map & Directions
Services: Our food pantry is open Tuesdays to Thursdays from 9 AM to 1 PM in the Main Lobby (Back parking lot entrance). Each household may receive one bag of groceries each month. As we are part of the Pennsylvania Food Bank, we need to request a photo ID from the person requesting the bag. We also offer Bread donated from a local bakery as available Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please make sure you are in the building by 12:55 PM, as our main doors lock at 1 PM.
Hours: Tuesdays - Thursdays, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Address:221 N Main StChambersburg, PA 17201Map & Directions
Services: The Presbyterian Church of Falling Spring Food Pantry is located in the Riddle House on campus. It began in its present form three years ago to meet the need of hungry persons in our community who stopped by our church for help. Its purpose is to bridge the gap in emergency times when regular food sources are not available. We supply food for one or two days and our patrons are able to obtain food once every two weeks.
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9:30 AM -12:00 PM
Eligibility: Open to those who needs assistance in getting meals.Fees or ChargesTypes of FeesServices are provided at no cost.Capacity LimitationsNoneWait ListNone
Address:6902 US-11Falling Waters, WV 25419Map & Directions
Services: The Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund was founded, October 23, 2003 to help support surviving U.S. Military children who have lost a parent in the Afghanistan or Iraq wars by providing them with College Grants. Their College Grant Program has been expanded to include both U.S. Military children and spouses who have either lost a loved one as a result of the Afghanistan or Iraq wars or have a severely disabled parent or spouse who was injured during a deployment to either war. Their second objective is to help the surviving and severely disabled members of these families with financial assistance. Their goal is to award applicants of U.S. Military families that have children under the age of 18, and who are in need of assistance with housing, repairs, utilities, medical expenses, groceries, clothing, school supplies and other expenses deemed necessary in order to provide them with some support and help alleviate their need. College Scholarships as of March 2008 totals
Financial Assistance as of March 2008 totals $79,558.00
Financial Assistance as of March 2008 for severely wounded totals $91,047.81Program:College Scholarship ProgramBudget: $25,000Category: EducationPopulation Served: Military/Veterans
Program Description: College Scholarship Program of the Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund, Inc. provides educational funding for surviving US military children and spouses as well as severely disabled veterans affected by the wars in the first Gulf War, Iraq and/or Afghanistan. Applications and all supporting documents are due twice each year in October and May. The awards and amounts are decided upon by the Grant Committee members who follow specific guidelines once an applicant meets the criteria.Program:Financial AssistanceBudget: $25,000Category: HousingPopulation Served: Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Program Description: Program provides financial assistance for US military surviving and disabled dependents affected by the first Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq wars who are experiencing financial hardships. Surviving dependents whose parent(s) served in either war, however, died in a non-hostile manner are encouraged to apply for assistance during times of hardship. CFSRF provides assistance with housing, food, clothing, utilities, lodging and travel expenses deemed necessary, relocation assistance, tuition assistance for children in need, medical bills, appliance repairs, necessary household repairs affecting the well-being of dependent children
Address:140 W Franklin St #300Suite 300Hagerstown, MD 21740Map & Directions
Services: Provides 24 hour a day crisis intervention, a cold weather shelter, a day resource and referral service, and a program geared specifically towards the needs of the homeless and low income. SERVICES: 1) CRISIS INTERVENTION: Provide assistance with food, medication, water bills (NO OTHER UTILITIES), fuel, car repairs, bus fare, and limited motel placement for families in need. 2) COLD WEATHER SHELTER: Provides homeless adults with shelter during the cold weather months as well as information and resources for help with specific needs. Shelter is open the last Sunday of October and closes the 1st Sun in April. Hours are Mon- Sat, 7PM-7AM and Sun, 3PM-7AM. 3) DAY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL: Helps individuals and families acquire needed resources for rent, rent deposits, utility cut-offs and various other needs including housing and employment. DONATIONS: Monetary donations are welcome and various items for the cold weather shelter are needed. Call or visit web site for information.
Hours: Other hours by appointment, see description for shelter hours.
Eligibility: Low income Individuals and families.
Address:1016 Spruce StHagerstown, MD 21740Map & Directions
Services: FHFH exists to serve the Lord Jesus Christ by feeding the hungry. In the Bible, Isaiah the prophet and Jesus himself lift up feeding the hungry as one of the traits of those who have given their hearts to the Lord. Nutritious red meat is the most-needed item at food banks and feeding ministries nationwide. FHFH pays to have deer and other big-game donated by hunters processed, packaged and frozen by licensed meat cutters. The meat, which is high in protein and low in fat, is distributed free of charge to the food banks and feeding ministries that serve the poor nationwide. FHFH operates local programs in over 25 states nationwide. Local coordinators work with local meat processors and food banks, and oversee the fundraising and promotional campaign for their area. FHFH local programs are supported financially by individuals, churches, businesses, clubs, and other organizations in their area.
Address:117 Summit AveHagerstown, MD 21740Map & Directions
Services: OVERVIEW: Provides emergency assistance, education, and ongoing case management to eligible county residents in need. - - SERVICES: - 1) EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE: Offers assistance with court evictions, first month’s rent, food pantry services, utility termination and information and referral to other community programs. Must make an appointment and meet income guidelines. Appointments are made on a same-day, first-come, first-serve basis. - - 2) FOOD PANTRY: Issues county food bank cards. Cards maybe used once a month at any participating food pantries throughout the county. Must meet income guidelines. - - 3) HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS: Provides comprehensive ways to help with housing issues. The programs are designed for individuals and families that are homeless or at risk of homelessness, transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing or receiving section 8 housing. Ongoing case management is required with these programs. - - 4) HOUSING COUNSELING: Offers clients landlord/tenant counseling, mortgage default counseling, pre-purchase counseling and reverse mortgage counseling. A housing counselor works with the client to remain in their existing home or find a better housing situation. These services are also available to landlords. - - 5) PROPERTY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Provides eligible low income renters with affordable properties to rent and provides households with energy saving improvements to help reduce heating and cooling cost. - - 6) TRANSPORTATION: Provides transportation for the elderly, low income individuals, and individuals with disabilities. Offers transport to and from eligible medical appointments as well as additional transportation services. Para-Transit vouchers are accepted or there may be a fee for service. FREE employment transportation for employees of Hopewell Road businesses. Service operates Monday-Friday from downtown to Hopewell Road corridor.
Eligibility: Low-income and homeless individuals and families.
Documents To Bring: Must have proof of need for financial assistance as well as photo ID, proof of residency, Social Security cards for all household members, proof of all household income for the past 30 days (paystubs, bank statements), name of home energy provider and account number, copy of most recent utility bills and if renting bring a copy of your lease.