Welcome to Food Banks organization

Our mission is to help feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of food banks, soup kitchens, and food pantries

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AMEN Food Pantry
Dickinson, ND 58601
701.483.4344
Details: AMEN (Association to Meet Emergency Needs) is a food pantry serving people in the Dickinson area with supplimental food needs.
Antioch Baptist Church Food Bank & Clothes Closet
Wilkesboro, NC 28697
336.984.2323
Details: Each month our church gives away thousands of pounds of food to hundreds of people in need! We open our Food Bank and Clothes Closet on the 3rd Saturday of each month. If you are "in need" please come by between 8:00AM and 12:00.
BMBA - h.o.p.e. Ministry
North Wilkesboro, NC 28659
336.903.1414
Details: h.o.p.e. Ministry is a servant ministry providing a Food Bank, Baby Closet, Woodshed and is the hub for other outreach ministries and handiman project ministries for the association. h.o.p.e. was founded in 2003 and is currently run by John Triplett, Jackie Hollis and a host of volunteers. Open three days a week, h.o.p.e.'s primary operation is a food bank that over the first 10 years of operation, distributed over 1.4 million pounds of food to 100,000 individuals in 33,000 families. The ministry is supported primarily by the Brushy Mountain Baptist Association churches but other denominations, civic groups, businesses and individuals also contribute with food, wood, baby supplies, monetary donations and volunteers.
Calvary Baptist Church Food Closet
Reidsville, NC 27320
336.349.7474
Details: For many years now Calvary has provided food to those less fortunate through our food closet ministry. The Calvary food closet is open on Wednesdays 9:00 - 11:00
Community Action Region VI Food Pantry
Jamestown, ND 58401
701.252.1821
Details: The Community Action Region VI food pantry is available to anyone in need of assistance. Referrals will be taken from any agency, organization or individual who has knowledge of people in need. Clients may also be referred to Energy Share for assistance in paying their electric bill. The client in need of assistance is given every opportunity to enroll in Case Management and Financial Planning to work out a plan to avoid being in that circumstance again.
Corpus Christi Food Pantry
Bismarck, ND 58501
701.255.4600
Details: The Corpus Christi Food Pantry serves people in our parish and our community. Those needing food are asked to call the parish office requesting a food basket.
Emergency Food Pantry
Fargo, ND 58102
701.237.9337
Details: The Emergency Food Pantry is a food distribution program whose mission is to provide referred families and individuals facing emergency situations with one week's supply of healthy food. For over 40 years, the Emergency Food Pantry has been located in the Fargo-Moorhead community to help feed the citizens of Cass and Clay counties in times of crisis, unemployment, fire, family violence, medical problems, and other difficult situations. The Pantry provides hungry families and individuals with wholesome food to tide them over during these times of emergency. We all pay the price of hunger, as the economic and social costs of malnutrition, chronic illness, unemployment, and low productivity rise. We all benefit when fewer are hungry. The idea of the Emergency Food Pantry was born in a college class and it came to fruition through the efforts of a college professor, Volunteers for Community Service, and the United Way. Ultimately, it became an independent entity relying on donations of food, dollars, and volunteer time. The Pantry has been in several locations, each one a little larger and serving more clients (see History and Facts). The newly rennovated, permanent home of the Pantry at 1101 4th Avenue North in Fargo opened on Monday, September 10, 2012 with hours of food distribution from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. A grand opening/open house was held on September 18, 2012. The new location has more space and affords greater efficiency to better serve the needs of the hungry in Cass and Clay counties.
Heavens Helpers Soup Cafe
Bismarck, ND 58504
701.226.2325
Details: Out of the fruit of the Heaven's Helpers ministry, the Soup Cafe was opened in March of 2009 in the old "Hawk's Pit-stop" gas station. The purpose in opening the Soup Cafe was to show the love of Jesus Christ by feeding people both physically and spiritually free of charge. This location was chosen by God Himself. Four months before we opened the Soup Cafe and one month before we even knew we were going to be doing a soup kitchen, a group of high school girls were driving around praying for the city of Bismarck when they heard the voice of the Lord tell them to go to our current location which was then an abandoned gas station. The Lord told them to STOP and pray over this building and said that He was going to do something big in this place. These girls proceeded to lay hands on the building and pray over it. Then they walked around the building praying for over an hour. God had ordained this location even before we had decided to open the Soup Cafe! The Soup Cafe is not set up as a typical "soup kitchen" but more like a cafe. We encourage patrons to seat themselves while we serve them by taking their order and bringing them their food. We are set up just like a restaurant only with Christian music or teaching playing on the flat screen TV. We serve at least two homemade soups each day along with two types of sandwiches along with dessert and coffee. Patrons are allowed to eat as much as they want; as long as they do not waste the food we will continue serving them. Our customer base includes the homeless on the street, homeless living in their cars, individuals on disability, working poor, elderly, and those in need who just want a homemade bowl of soup. Everything at the Soup Cafe is given to people free of charge including bread, desserts, Bibles and books which people can take home. We do have a free will box for anyone who is lead to contribute to our monthly expenses. This is the only source of revenue for the Soup Cafe. Since we receive no government funding and do not solicit funds, we rely completely on God. He has been so faithful from the very beginning always paying the bills and providing food. We do not go to the grocery store or cook by recipes, instead we use what God provides and cook with what we have. God plans the menu, not us. At the Soup Cafe we provide spiritual needs on a daily basis for those who need prayer, Bible council, or just an ear to listen. Bible studies are held Tuesday evenings, Wednesdays for kids, Fridays and Sunday mornings. We are an alternative for many people who would never feel comfortable inside a real church and offer them an opportunity to know Jesus through His teachings and our actions.
Hope Baptist Church Food Pantry
Sophia, NC 27350
336.495.HOPE
Details: Recognizing that God has blessed us to be a blessing, Hope Baptist Church Food Pantry serves as a vehicle to share the overwhelming abundance God has showered on us with those in need in our community. Emergency food is shared with love and respect to those who come for assistance. It is our intention that they receive not only food for their physical hunger, but generous portions of kindness and grace to feed their spiritual and emotional hungers. We believe the words of Jesus that this is one way we can respond directly to God’s love for us: “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in.” Matthew 25:35.
Hunger and Health Coalition
Boone, NC 28607
828.262.1628
Details: The mission of the Hunger and Health Coalition is to relieve poverty and hunger in a compassionate manner for families and individuals who are experiencing economic hardship and food shortages. This assistance may include food, medicine, and referrals to other community resources. The Hunger and Health Coalition meets emergency needs while acting as a community resource assisting those in need to find a more permanent solution. Food Pantry: Families can receive a box of food twice each month. The Food Pantry is stocked from purchases from the Second Harvest Bank of Northwest North Carolina, donations from individuals, businesses and community groups.