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United Sisters of Charity

Address:
16339 Rosa Parks Blvd
Highland Park, MI 48203

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(313) 862-8918

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
Last Fri of each month 11am-12pm.

Eligibility:
No restrictions.

Documents To Bring:
Must show government issued photo identification and Social Security card.


Park United Presbyterian Church

Address:
14 Cortland St
Highland Park, MI 48203

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(313) 868-5866

Website:
https://www.pcusa.org/

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
Third Saturday of every month 9:30am-12noon.

Eligibility:
Individuals age 55 and older. Families with two or more children; children must be age 17 and under.

Documents To Bring:
Must show government issued photo identification.


I do the very best I can to look upon life with optimism and hope and looking forward to a better day.

-- Rosa Parks

Freedom Care Pavilion

Address:
9540 Conant St
Hamtramck, MI 48212

Map & Directions

(3 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(313) 871-7443

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
Tue 3:30pm-7pm; Thu 1pm-4pm; Sat 9am-12noon.

Eligibility:
Individuals who reside in the 48212 zip code.

Documents To Bring:
Must show government issued photo identification for all individuals age 18 years and older. Must show Medicaid card or birth certificate for all children age 17 years and younger. Must provide proof of household income.


Zion Lutheran Church

Address:
143 Albany St
Ferndale, MI 48220

Map & Directions

(4 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(248) 398-5510

Website:
https://www.zionlutheranmi.org/

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
9am-10:30am on scheduled registration and distribution dates. Please call for scheduled dates.

Eligibility:
No restrictions.

Documents To Bring:
Photo ID is required for food pick up.


Sometimes only a change of viewpoint is needed to convert a tiresome duty into an interesting opportunity.

-- Alberta Flanders

St Paul Lutheran Church

Address:
202 E 5th St
Royal Oak, MI 48067

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(248) 541-0613

Website:
http://www.stpaulroyaloak.org/

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
Second and fourth Mondays of the month, 9am-11am and 1pm-3pm.

Eligibility:
Low-income individuals and families.

Documents To Bring:
Must bring drivers license or state ID.


Open Hands Food Pantry

Address:
26998 Woodward Ave
Royal Oak, MI 48067

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(248) 546-1255

Website:
http://www.openhandspantry.org/

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
Mon 12:30pm-3pm; Sat 9:30am-12noon; closed major holidays and the Saturday prior to major holidays.

Eligibility:
Residents of Oakland County.

Documents To Bring:
Picture ID, proof of Oakland County residency; names, dates of birth and Social Security cards for all family members.


Forgotten Harvest

Address:
21800 Greenfield Rd
Oak Park, MI 48237

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(248) 967-1500

Website:
http://www.forgottenharvest.org

Services:
The mission of Forgotten Harvest is to relieve hunger in the Detroit metropolitan community by rescuing surplus perishable and prepared food and donating it to emergency food providers. Forgotten Harvest is the only food rescue organization serving the metro Detroit area. For the past eight years Forgotten Harvest has increased its annual distribution of prepared and perishable foods from 1 million pounds in 2001 and in 2008 to a record of 9.5 millions pounds. With a fleet of 20 refrigerated trucks on the road six days a week (Monday through Saturday), servicing Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties, they are able to rescue fresh meat, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, fruit juice and baked goods. These products are delivered free of charge to 150 local agencies such as, soup kitchens, shelters and food pantries. By rescuing these products, they are able to help feed at-risk children, families and senior citizens living in poverty, while eliminating the waste of good healthy food, that otherwise would have gone into the land fills. Forgotten Harvest understands the vast changes that are taking place in the metro Detroit area, and is experiencing an increase in the need of local agencies requesting additional food to help feed the hungry. Despite their tremendous growth in service, there are still too many metro Detroit area children, families and senior citizens still going hungry, while large quantities of, highly nutritious foods are being discarded. Forgotten Harvest is dedicated to finding new donors, additional sources of nutritious food and the resources necessary to address the problem.

Mobile Pantry Program: Detroit is the poorest community in the country. In 2007, of all U.S. cities with a population of 250,000 or more, Detroit has the highest rate of people living in poverty at 33.8% and children living in poverty at 48.2%. The number of children living in poverty is substantially above the national average of 19%. At a time when their community is facing challenges, Forgotten Harvest is finding real solutions. Forgotten Harvest met the challenges by designing and implementing a Mobile Panty Program piloted in the summer of 08 to help eliminate hunger in metro-Detroit. The first Mobile Pantry Program began in the Osborn district and once a week distributes over 8,000 meals; they have established partnerships with the local area agencies in this area to bring on site once a week a well-stocked refrigerated trucked filled with healthy and nutritious foods that will help feed the at-risk children, families and senior citizens. These are residents who are living in the underserved, high-poverty neighborhoods where they have limited access to emergency feeding programs and local agencies have been extremely limited in their capacity to meet the needs of the most vulnerable neighbors. Forgotten Harvest is able to increase the availability and variety of nutritious fresh food researching high risk families who other wise would of gone hungry in the metro Detroit areas. The Mobile Pantry Program is helping to address the imbalance between readily available surplus fresh product, and the growing number of individuals and families in the Detroit area who are struggling on a daily basis to provide nutritious fresh food for their families. Re-pack Program: Forgotten Harvest has partnered with Rock City Kitchen to provide nutritious healthy packaged meals for individuals and families throughout the metro Detroit areas. Each day Forgotten Harvest rescues and transports freshly cooked foods from large area establishments that would throw perfectly good food away. Rock City is able to rescue the large quantities of food; the food is brought back to Forgotten Harvest and is packaged into equal portions of protein and non-protein for individuals and families. Families and individuals are able to have a hot nutritious meal in their own home.


AIDS Partnership Michigan

Address:
3011 W Grand Blvd Suite 230
Detroit, MI 48202

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(734) 572-9355

Website:
http://www.aidspartnership.org/

Services:
Food Pantries, Personal/Grooming Supplies

Hours:
The first and third Thu of every month 9am-5pm; cleaning supplies available only the third Thu of the month.

Eligibility:
Individuals with HIV/AIDS living in Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, and Washtenaw counties; must confirm HIV positive status.

Documents To Bring:
Must show government issued photo identification; bloodwork confirming HIV positive status.


Emmanuel Community Center

Address:
18313 John R St
Highland Park, MI 48203

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(313) 869-7104

Website:
http://www.emmanuelcommunityhouse.org/

Services:
Food Pantries

Hours:
Mon-Thur 9:30am-5pm, some evenings. 2nd Fri of month in evening.

Eligibility:
Focus Hope Program: Low income seniors age 60 or older.


Community Sharing Outreach Center

Address:
5061 Duck Lake Rd N
Highland, MI 48356

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(248) 889-0347

Website:
https://www.community-sharing.org/

Services:
Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision

Hours:
Tue 10am-1pm; every 2nd and 4th Sat 10am-1pm; every 2nd and 4th Tue 6:30pm-8pm.

Eligibility:
Low-income residents of Highland, Milford or the Stratford Villa or Commerce Meadows mobile home parks in Wixom. Low-income is defined as a family of four with a maximum yearly income of $21,300, and is adjusted by family size. Must be 18 years of age or older to register for assistance. Call for more information.

Documents To Bring:
Must show government issued photo identification; proof of residency, such as rent history, utility bills, or school records; Birth Certificates (or social security cards if birth certificates are not available) for ALL family members; and proof of income for all family/household members age 18 and older.


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