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TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : Monticello, Mississippi, 39654 United States
Phones: 601-695 -6566
Hours : Call for days/times.
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : Magee, Mississippi, United States
Phones: 601-849 -6704
Hours : 3rd Sat 9am-12pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 535 Woods Road, Carthage, Mississippi, 39051 United States
Phones: 601-416 -6251
Hours : 1st & 2nd Tue. Call for times.
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : Edinburg, Mississippi, 39051 United States
Phones: 662-660 -2091
Hours : 2nd Sat 10am-1pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 209 Chapel Road, Carthage, Mississippi, 39051 United States
Phones: 601-253 -2341
Hours : 3rd Sat 8am-12pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 109 Main Street, Walnut Grove, Mississippi, 39189 United States
Phones: 601-278 -7666
Hours : 4th Sat 9am-12pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 16938 Mississippi 4, Senatobia, Mississippi, 38668 United States
Phones: 769-257 -3195
Hours : 3rd Thu 11am-1pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 5669 Mississippi 178, Red Banks, Mississippi, 38661 United States
Phones: 901-649 -2741 , 662-544 -3270
Hours : Mon & Wed 12pm-4:30pm and Tue 10am-4:30pm
TYPE: Food Pantry, CSFP, TEFAP, Soup Kitchen, Food Banks
Address : 821 Water Street, Elko, Nevada, 89801 United States
Phones: 775-738 -3038
Quick details
Area Served: County, Neighborhood, Rural
Population Served: Children, Disabled, Families, Formerly Incarcerated, Homeless, Immigrants, LGBT, Men, People of color, Pregnant Women, Seniors, Unemployed, Women, Low-income, Youth, Veteran, Refugees, Infant, Health Conditions (Cancer/HIV)
Areas of Interest: Best practices and model programs, Food Security, Networking with other organizations, Research / information about food security and anti-hunger
Healthy Foods: Distributes fresh fruits and vegetables, Nutrition education, cooking or shopping classes, Nutrition Education
Government Programs: CSFP (Commodity Supplemental Food Program), TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program)
Non-food services: Shelter/shelter referral, Utility assistance, Housing rental assistance, Clothing, Prescription Assistance, Medicaid Application Assistance, Transportation (gas voucher, public transportation assistance)
Languages: Spanish
Infant Care: Formula/Baby Food, Diapers, Personal Hygiene Items
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 8299 Northeast Central Avenue, Spring Lake Park, Minnesota, 55432 United States
Phones: 763-205 -1035
Hours : Mon & Thu 4pm-6pm and Sat 10am-12pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 10 1st Avenue Southwest, Wells, Minnesota, 56097 United States
Phones: 507-553 -3234
Hours : Tue 4pm-6pm and Thu 1pm-3pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 309 Lewis Avenue South, Watertown, Minnesota, 55388 United States
Phones: 952-955 -1980
Hours : Mon 4pm-7pm and Tue & Fri 9am-12pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : Ada, Minnesota, 56510 United States
Phones: 218-766 -3950
Hours : Tue 9am-1pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 3812 229th Avenue Northwest, Saint Francis, Minnesota, 55070 United States
Phones: 763-753 -1234
Hours : Every other Fri 5pm-7pm
TYPE: Food Pantry
Address : 5703 Hadley Avenue North, Oakdale, Minnesota, 55128 United States
Phones: 651-409 -1005
Hours : Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm and Sat 10am-1pm
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