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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ACIM (Area Congregations in Ministry) The Food Bank
Oxford, NC 27565
919.690.0961
Details: ACIM is a non-profit organization of Granville County, North Carolina churches whose function is to assist persons in need. The organization is staffed by a paid director and volunteers. We are open 9-12 Monday, Wednnesday & Friday. Cilent most be here at 9am-11:30am. Donation 9am-12am.
First Baptist Church of Elizabeth City Food Pantry & Clothing Closet
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
252.338.3904
Details: Our Food Pantry and the Clothing Closet is open on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. This is done in conjunction with the Food Bank.of the Albemarle. The Clothing Closet provides new or gently used articles of clothing to those in need.
GCFM Food Bank
Zebulon, NC 27597
919.269.5830
Details: The Food Ministry provides food to families in need in the surrounding areas and to show these families that how much we love and care about their well-being. This ministry also provides clothing to those in need as well. Through this ministry, we hope to reach out to families in need with redeeming love and power to let them know that God loves them and so do we. GCFM Food Bank: Open monthly every 3rd Saturday from 9am-11am, unless otherwise noted.
Healing Hands Of Love Kingdom Connections Int'l Food Pantry/Soup Kitchen
Fayetteville, NC 28301
910.483.6022
Details: Our ministry has been serving hot meals to our community for over 2 years, and we believe that in our new facility we will be able to supply the need even the more by adding on the packaged food boxes for needy families, etc.
TRBA Food Pantry
Louisburg, NC 27549
919.496.7172
Details: The TRBA Food Pantry & Distribution is a resource for the churches to minister in their communities. If you have families in your communities that are in need, we would like to encourage you to use the food pantry resource to minister to their physical needs and also their spiritual needs. CHURCH MEMBERS are welcome to come during our regular business hours and get food bags, pocket Testaments and Bibles, etc. to carry to families in their time of need. Meeting a physical need is a great opportunity to talk with people about their spiritual needs and share the gospel or encourage a follower of Christ. PLEASE SEND A CHURCH MEMBER TO PICK UP THE FOOD TO DELIVER TO THE PERSON IN NEED. Please do not send the person in need to the TRBA office. We want to support the church by being a resource. Our desire is that the churches use the food pantry resource to reach into the community and connect with the people.
Amazing Grace Food Pantry
Winnabow, NC 28479
910.253.7622
Details: At Amazing Grace Food Pantry we offer food to low-income and disadvantaged members of our community. The Food Pantry is staffed by volunteers and stocked with food obtained from our local Food Bank and church congregation. Hours of Operation: Every 1st and 3rd Saturday, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Bread Of Life Food Ministry
Whiteville, NC 28472
Details: The Bread of Life Food Ministry is open to public of Columbus County on the Saturday following the 3rd Thursday of each month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. To receive food a form must be completed. You can pick up a form from Western Prong on the day the food ministry is open to the public.
Calvary Baptist Church Food Pantry
Durham, NC 27703
919.596.2592
Details: The Food Pantry Ministry meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. They pack and distribute boxes for needy families in our community.
Christian Assembly Emergency Food Pantry
Durham, NC 27712
919.471.0220
Details: Christian Assembly’s Emergency Food Pantry ministers to those in need within our community both physically and spiritually. Located in the church Annex Building, the Food Pantry is open the 2nd and 4th Thursday afternoons of each month from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. The CA Food Pantry also serves the Durham area as an official emergency relief distribution location in times of disaster. We provided assistance to Hurricane Katrina victims that relocated to the Triangle. But the ongoing work of the Food Pantry is in providing food assistance to those presently in need in our community. Part of the Feeding America Network, the CA Food Pantry is a partner with the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. Since food availability varies seasonally we also rely on donations. A dedicated group of volunteers work together to serve in this ministry.
Cornerstone Food Pantry
New Bern, NC 28560
252.675.0344
Details: Cornerstone Food Pantry will take phone calls on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month for pick-up the following day (Thursday) between 9:30 and 10:15am. Call Cornerstone Food Pantry at 252-675-0344 between 1-4pm to reserve your food. DO NOT leave a message, keep calling back until you speak to a person that can get your name on the list. Do not call early, as you will be instructed to call back. Food will be picked up between 9:30am and 10:15am (unless otherwise specified during your call-in) in Building 300. A line will form in front of the left set of doors. When asked, please give your reservation name and you will be directed through the pickup process. Only one reservation per person will be processed at a time. Only Cornerstone personnel are allowed in side the main building. Daycare personnel are not able to assist you with pick up, please go to the left set of doors and wait for the Food Pantry volunteers to assist you. When calling please give your name, number in your household, if you have any infants/toddlers in need of baby food or diapers, or if you are in need of adult incontinence products. Let us know if someone else is picking up your food for you. Due to limited resources all around, we may only be able to accommodate a set number of households in a given week. If that is the case, we will put any overflow on a waitlist and do our best to get the overflow households whatever food we can. We appreciate your understanding in this matter. To help minimize overhead we ask that you return your paper/blue bags and\or boxes back to us. Please remember all volunteers should be treated with respect when calling in and picking up your food. This is a volunteer service and failure to do so will limit your ability to receive food.