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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Alabama

Triumph Youth and Adult (TYAACD) Food Bank
Bessemer, AL 35020
205.424.6892
Details: Triumph Youth and Adult Community Development Corporation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit faith based organization whose mission is to meet the needs within the community in an effort to help improve the quality of life for families. We believe by promoting economic stability, literacy, educational enrichment in reading, math, and science programs as well as, reinforcing, teaching, and promoting healthy lifestyles through healthy eating and physical activity, we can change lives, communities, and statistics. Some of Our Services: TYAACD's Food Bank: registered food recipients receive food assistance based on low income guidelines; A.R.C.H.I.E.: receive emergency help through Red Cross for disaster relief services (fire or flood); United Way's 211 Emergency Food Assistance: receive emergency food services based on emergency situations and low income guidelines; Project Share Satellite Office for American Red Cross of Alabama: Helping Senior Citizens and Disabled individuals with Utility Assistance through the American Red Cross; Literacy/GED Preparation: receive tutoring and preparation for GED testing or learn how to read. Board certified teachers; Summer Feeding Program: receive free meals for children ages 5 to 18 during summer; Summer Enrichment Program: receive tutoring in Math, Reading, and Science during summer months; Referral Services: helping people in any given situation through other organizations.
Bethlehem Christian Church Food Ministry
Fort Deposit, AL 36032
334.227.4067
Details: The Food Ministry is a program that provides food to qualified individuals and families in and around the Fort Deposit community who express a need for food items. The Food Ministry operates through the efforts of dedicated volunteers. So far this year, BCC has provided $38,276 worth of food. Since 1998, the Food Ministry has distributed over $1.3 million dollars worth of food into the community.
Brent Baptist Church - Caring Center
Brent, AL 35034
205.926.7687
Details: The Caring Center provides food and clothing to the needy in our community. Located in the small brick house adjacent to the main church building, the Caring Center is open on Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. until Noon.
Calera First UMC Feed My Sheep
Calera, AL 35040
205.668.0951
Details: Feed My Sheep is a Calera First UMC ministry feeding Calera area families in crisis. Our food pantry operates the first Saturday of each month passing out boxes of food at the church from 8:00 to 10:00am. Photo ID and Proof of residence needed.
Children and Family Connection of Russell County - Food Pantry
Phenix City, AL 36867
334.448.1010
Details: The CFC food pantry is available on-site for Russell County residents. This pantry provides emergency food to families in need so they can prepare meals at home. Families may use this resource once every three (3) months.
Christ UMC Lifegate Ministry
Mobile, AL 36609
251.342.0462
Details: The Lifegate Ministry's purpose is to aid church members and non-members in crisis situations; helping with utilities (with priority on elderly and/or disabled), food, and children's clothing. Lifegate is open Monday and Wednesday from 8-10a.m. We serve the first 15 who are qualified.
Christian Service Center, Inc.
Lanett, AL 36863
334.576.3552
Details: The purpose of the Christian Service Center is to share the love of Jesus with the community. This is accomplished by providing food, clothing, household and personal items, along with other services to the less fortunate in our community.
Church of the Resurrection - Rainbow Beans & Rice Ministry
Rainbow City, AL 35906
256.442.6862
Details: RAINBOW BEANS & RICE MINISTRY - An outreach program to help those in need. We provide: Rice, Beans, Macaroni & Cheese, Peanut Butter, Good pre-loved clothing and other items when available, Hours: 9:00am - 2:00pm, 3rd Saturday of each month, Resurrection Parish Hall
Citronelle United Methodist Church Food Bank
Citronelle, AL 36522
251.866.7423
Details: The second Wednesday of each month, Citronelle United Methodist Church opens the doors to the Food Bank for families of Citronelle in need.
Columbia Baptist Ministry Center
Dothan, AL 36301
334.699.2855
Details: The Columbia Baptist Ministry Center exists for the purpose of meeting the physical, material, social and spiritual needs of people through the churches of the Columbia Baptist Association in cooperation with other local service agencies.
Cornith Heights Baptist Church Food Closet
Haleyville, AL 35565
205.486.3900
Details: Food Closet - second Thursday every month at 9:00 am
Cross Point Church of Christ Friendship Center
Florence, AL 35633
256.764.4073
Details: Cross Point’s Friendship Center, located at the far rear of our property, has become known as a cheerful place where people from across our local community can find the food, clothing, furniture, appliances, and other items they need. All items and funds are donated and Cross Point volunteers work weekly to sort, organize, and distribute items, while sharing the love of Jesus with those in need. We serve Lauderdale County Residents ONLY. Proof of residence is required. Drivers license and one other identification such as: current phone bill, electric bill, etc
Cullman First Baptist Church Food Ministry
Cullman, AL 35055
256.734.5632
Details: The Food Ministry of First Baptist Church, Cullman, is located in our church's Fellowship Hall. It is open on the third Saturday of each month starting at 9AM. Families are served on a first come, first serve basis. The food is provided by the Sunday School classes of our church with each class being responsible for a particular food item each month. No government funds are used to provide food. The Food Ministry is available to anyone who needs help and resides in Cullman City/County. Photo identification is required. Our ministry asks that those who receive help come back on an as needed basis, no more than every other month.
Dothan Vineyard Church - Living Hope Community Outreach Center
Dothan, AL 36302
334.671.2376
Details: Living Hope is our downtown mission, with the goal of having a presence of the love of God in the middle of our city. We assist individuals and families with food, clothing, furniture, free meals, GED and tutoring classes, prayer ministry, spiritual direction etc. It is staffed with all volunteers.
First Baptist Church of Cherokee - Compassion Outreach Ministry
Cherokee, AL 35616
256.359.4325‎
Details: The ground work for this ministry was started in March of 2011. We began by picking a room in the church for the food pantry and built shelves. After some hard work we had a stocked pantry and had our first distribution on April 16th, 2011. We started off servicing just five families. Little did we know that despite our plans to grow this ministry slowly, God had a different plan for us. The F5 Tornadoes hit Alabama just a little over a week later on April 27th, 2011. Our church quickly became a drop off site for donations for the tornado victims and we kicked into action. We began helping families by taking them clothes and personal hygiene items, working hands-on in clean up, serving food, taking food and other needed items to areas that need them, setting up a church for the use of a school, praying and loving all of those we came in contact with. It changed our hearts forever and our ministry! When the donations quit coming in we knew we had no choice but to start a clothes closet. God had placed all of these donations in our hands and we were to use them. So we began a search again for a room and after some more hard work the rods were up and filled with clothes ranging in size from infant to adult. But within a few months we had outgrown the clothes closet and had to expand into the next room. We now store household items, shoes, toys, sheets, dishes, furniture, anything that could be used to put a house back together and a family on their feet after a disaster such as a tornado or house fire. We have distributions every third Saturday of each month from 9am to 11am. We continue to grow the number of families we service monthly and pray that God will continue to grow us to His limits not ours!