Address:165 E Apple Ave # 201Muskegon, MI 49442Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantries for Families of Military Personnel/Veterans, Food Pantries for Veterans
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-3:30pm
Eligibility: Veterans and their families
Area Served: Muskegon County
Documents To Bring: Discharge papers (DD214) required. Spouse of veteran needs same information. If children are involved, may require birth certificates or custody papers
Address:1221 Shonat StMuskegon, MI 49442Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantries
Hours: Mon-Fri 12:30pm
Documents To Bring: Picture ID, Social Security cards for all in household or printout from DHS case file, proof of income
Address:313 Jackson AveMuskegon, MI 49442Map & Directions
Hours: The agency will be closed the following dates:
Eligibility: - Residents of Muskegon or Oceana County
Documents To Bring: Valid driver's license or state issued photo identification
Address:400 W Laketon AveMuskegon, MI 49441Map & Directions
Hours: Registration: Thu 9:30am-10:30am
Eligibility: - Food stamp recipients may only access the food pantry three (3) weeks after receipt of their monthly food stamp benefit. Those who do not receive food stamps may access the pantry every other week.
Documents To Bring: Food - ID for everyone in the household (driver's licenses, birth certificates)
Address:2900 Wilson Ave SW # 500Grandville, MI 49418Map & Directions
Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites for Hispanic/Latino Community, Food Pantries, Food Production/Preparation/Delivery Volunteer Opportunities, Government Surplus Food Distribution Sites, Home Delivered Meals
Hours: Vary by location. Call for locations and hours.
Eligibility: Older adults 60 or older, and their spouses (any age)
Documents To Bring: No documentation required
Address:864 W River Center Dr NEComstock Park, MI 49321Map & Directions
Services: The mission of Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank is to feed the hungry in their service area by soliciting marketable food and other grocery products from all sources available to us, and judiciously distributing those goods to the needy through non-profit charities who distribute such goods to the needy at no charge. It is their intention to make all eligible charity agencies in their service area aware of their services and to encourage them to make optimal use of their services; to learn from those charity agencies what they may do to help them to more effectively serve their clients; and to share with them whatever they may have come to understand about how they may more effectively do that. It is their intention to facilitate the development of food distribution capabilities where none now exist so as to assure that no hungry person in their service area lacks reasonable access to needed quantities of donated food; to do whatever they can to see to it that no wholesome food in this service area goes to waste; to develop and nurture relations with whatever food distribution organizations can help us to do that. It is their intention to increase public awareness of hunger, its causes, and its consequences. It is their intention to provide their services always without regard to race, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, marital status, height, weight, or any other legally protected category, and exclusively for charitable purposes as described in Section 501 (c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. It is their intention to be an active part of the Feeding America National Food Bank Network; to comply with their guidelines; to use Feeding America to keep informed about what other food banks have learned from their efforts; to use the network to share with other food banks whatever they have learned; and to do what they can generally to help other food banks serve their client communities. It is their intention to do all this so efficiently, professionally, and cost-effectively as to become self-sufficient on their product distribution revenues. Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank addresses hunger by addressing food waste, saving good food from senseless destruction so that hungry people might have food to eat. The Food Bank receives surplus or damaged food items as donations or purchases it from wholesale farmers or food processors, which is then distributed to other nonprofits and to the unemployed.
Address:1311 Chicago Dr SWWyoming, MI 49509Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision
Hours: 9am-3pm and 5pm-7pm Tue
Eligibility: *Live in the Kent County neighborhood of the registering pantry.
Documents To Bring: *Photo ID or two pieces of current mail
Address:4621 135th AveHamilton, MI 49419Map & Directions
Hours: Hours vary, please call for an appointment.
Eligibility: Serving northwest Allegan County and those referred by church partners.
Area Served: Northwest Allegan County
Documents To Bring: Valid picture ID is required and if a second visit is needed further documentation of need is required such as a Department of Human Services case documentation.
Address:4150 Kalamazoo Ave SEGrand Rapids, MI 49508Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantries, Formula/Baby Food
Hours: 10am-2pm Mon Wed Fri
Documents To Bring: *2 valid picture ID or two pieces of current mail
Address:514 Eastern Ave SEGrand Rapids, MI 49503Map & Directions
Services: Food Lines, Food Pantries
Eligibility: Anyone who comes