Address:217 N Main StTroy, NC 27371Map & Directions
Services: Montgomery Baptist has food for the needy.
Hours: M-TH 9am-2pm
Eligibility: Must meet DPS and Food Bank eligibility.
Documents To Bring: Call or visit.
Address:103 Saunders StCarthage, NC 28327Map & Directions
Services: Provides bagged donation food items to those in need. USDA Food Distribution
Hours: 8:30am till 5pm Monday through Friday
Eligibility: Income eligible based on family size. Food stamp recipients are automatically eligible.
Documents To Bring: Call for an appointment
Address:115 W Main StAberdeen, NC 28315Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry and Clothing assistance for Moore county residents.
Hours of operation 10am till 1pm. Monday through Friday.
This agency is supported by the Village Chapel, Community Presbyterian,Bethesda,Bronson,Page Memorial & other Moore county churches.
Picture ID req.
Hours: 10am till 1pm
Monday through Friday
Eligibility: no req
Documents To Bring: Req picture ID
Address:267 Blues Bridge RdHoffman, NC 28347Map & Directions
Services: To provide emergency assistance to those in need. distribute food weekly to clients by appointment.
Address:615 S Page StSouthern Pines, NC 28387Map & Directions
Services: Assistant to Veterans. Infor the community of the service the military has made to our country.
Address:160 E Vermont AveSouthern Pines, NC 28387Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry call for hours of operation.
Address:1500 W Indiana AveSouthern Pines, NC 28387Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Assistance to low income families. Food pantry,clothing assistance, Financial aid to help prevent eviction utility cut offs, medical and dental emergencies.
Hours: client hours 8:30am till 11am Monday through Friday.
Office hours 8:30am to 5pm- Monday through Friday.
Eligibility: must be 18 years old and low income.
Documents To Bring: First come first serve. Must show picture id and social security on I-tin card.
Address:1324 E Main StAlbemarle, NC 28001Map & Directions
Services: The Food Pantry provides groceries to those in need once every thirty days The food comes in several forms including canned foods, frozen foods, and fresh vegetables when in season The quantity of food (measured in pounds) is dependent on the size of the household.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed on the weekends.
Eligibility: Based on income, financial situation, and time lapsed since the last visit to the food pantry.
Documents To Bring: Must be interviewed at the assistance center. Also, a file is kept here so that a determination can be made about the last time a person or household has visited the food pantry.
Address:2001 W Old US Hwy 441 #1Mount Dora, FL 32757Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry. A Lake County need-based organization whose goal is to feed the body, educate the mind and lift the spirit of all individuals. We accomplish this with a dynamic group of volunteers who source donations, package nutritious food to stretch a family
Hours: Food Pantry:
9:00a-11:30a Saturday; open to all.
9:00a -12:30p (Wednesday; reserved for Seniors and disabled.)
NOTE: Hours are general guidelines--CLIENTS ARE ADVISED TO ARRIVE EARLY since distribution may be cut off if the Pantry runs out of food.
Eligibility: Lake County residents.
Wednesdays are for reserved for Seniors and disabled.
Documents To Bring: Photo ID required for all adults in household. Short interview process.
Address:135 Sunset AveAsheboro, NC 27203Map & Directions
Services: : Christian United Outreach Center operates a client choice pantry for Randolph County residents The pantry is open during our regular client service hours Individuals applying for food assistance are asked to provide proof of residence and may be asked to provide proof of income as well When an individual applies or food assistance three times within a year, they may be asked to apply for food stamps assistance before receiving additional help. Typically individuals and families needing food assistance will receive meat, bread and bakery items, produce, and a wide assortment of nonperishable food. Individuals and families are evaluated after the third visits during the same year to determine how often someone may need to visit the CUOC pantry The frequency is based on income, expenses for basic needs, food stamps are available to family, and the number of family members in the home.
Hours: Office Hours: M-W, 9am-5pm; Th, 9am-7pm, Client Services Hours
Eligibility: No restrictions.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in Interview.