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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Indianapolis IN

Calvary Family Church Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46226
317.546.2555
Details: MONTHLY FOOD PANTRY: Food to be distributed every the 1st Saturday of each Month from 10am to 12pm.
Calvary Tabernacle Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46203
317.262.4030
Details: Calvary Tabernacle maintains an active food pantry to assist those in need.
Central Christian Church Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317.635.6397
Details: The Food Pantry is open the last Saturday of each month. This team coordinates the 40 plus volunteers and manages the operation of the pantry. Currently the pantry served an average of 185 individuals each month, representing an average of 90 households. The food that is distributed is purchased from Gleaner’s Food Bank, donated by the congregation, or purchased using the money in the budget - or from designated funds. We are grateful to the Indianapolis Fruit Co. for partnering with us to assist with provisions for our downtown neighbors by donating fresh produce each month.
Chapel Hill United Methodist Church Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46214
317.241.6163
Details: We exist to provide short-term assistance to families in our community here in Wayne Township who are in need of groceries and other dry goods. This ministry is very important for us so that we may help others and make connections. We depend on help from Gleaners Food Bank and members of our congregation. The Food Pantry is open on the last Saturday of the month from 10 AM to noon. Simply enter through the center back door of the church and bring a photo ID. Also, on the mornings of the Food Pantry, we offer an opportunity for the community to share in our Praise and Fellowship Breakfast.
Chapel Rock Christian Church Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46214
317.247.9739
Details: The Chapel Rock Food Pantry is a another tangible way that we reach out into the community. Clients are not restricted to specific geographic boundries. Enter at door #10 (far west entrance into the building). The Food Pantry is available on the first and third Thursdays of each month. Hours are 5:30 - 7:00 PM. Clients must bring proof of address (i.e., current utility bill or other piece of mail with a current date) and a photo ID.
Christ United Methodist Church - Andrew's Harvest Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46227
317.882.1549
Details: Our Food Pantry is open every Thursday morning from 9:00 am - 12:00 noon.
Church of ACTS Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46237
317.783.2287
Details: The Food Pantry exists to serve the local community with basic food supplies. VISION: To feed the hungry people in our local community who come from diverse backgrounds and who are experiencing lack due to being unemployed or earning a low income, being laid-off or living off of a fixed income such as social security or disability. MISSION: To fill the belly and the soul by passing out pre-packaged food donations received through in-house donations as well as from local food banks. To pray with individuals, UPON REQUEST ONLY, for their needs using the Word of God. PURPOSE: Our goal is to feed the hungry by providing food for people who, after paying their rent, utilities and medical bills, don't have enough money to buy food. Luke 1:53 says, "He hath filled the hungry with good things: and the rich he hath sent away."
Dalton's Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46222
317.955.2581
Details: More than eight years ago, God put it on my heart to help people in need. After much prayer I started Dalton's Food Pantry in the Haughville area. I grew up in this community and I know what it's like to walk these broken streets; broken people, broken homes, broken hopes and dreams. My name is J.R. Dalton. In January 2006, I made the commitment to God and obeyed his leading to give 10% of my income to help feed, clothe and house the needy. Other than giving my heart to Christ, this has been the most rewarding decision of my life. My ministries are not about us, we are Christ centered, obedient to His direction and we are interested in serving and blessing others. Jesus instructs us to love one another. That's who we are, the hands and feet of Jesus. Dalton's Food Pantry compassionately touches lives in being the hands and feet of Jesus, by providing essential necessities and pursing souls in planting seeds of love, hope and encouragement for the assured growth which is promised in God through whom all things are possible. Simply - LIVES TOUCHED, SOULS PURSUED, SEEDS PLANTED, GROWTH ASSURED.
Damien Center - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46201
317.632.0123
Details: The Food Pantry's hours are: Monday 10-5, Tuesday 10-5, Wednesday 11-5, Thursday 10-5, Friday 10-5. The Damien Center strives to provide an array of food options with better nutritional value for our clients. We service clients of the Damien Center and other AIDS Service Organizations through our referral process; as of now we are re-developing the guidelines of the food pantry to better serve our clients, so please pay close attention for those upcoming details. Currently, clients are approved for pantry use on a case-by-case basis.
Deliverance Temple Church Of God In Christ - Rainbow of Colors Client Choice Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46226
317.895.9787
Details: Eligibility Requirements: 1. Photo ID required at every visit 2. Proof of residence (light, gas, or water bill; official mail; notarized lease. 3. One shopper per household/address 4. Birth certificates for all children in the household under 18. 5. Boundaries-North to 86th St; East to German Church Rd./Sunnyside Rd.; South to Washington St; West to Keystone
Ebenezer Baptist Church - Rainbow House
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317.631.5946
Details: Thursday: 9am-12pm
ECCC Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46254
317.291.9619
Details: ECCC serves the community by providing a food pantry twice each month on Wednesday evenings.
Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center @ Crooked Creek - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46268
317.293.2600
Details: The Glick Center food pantry is open each Wednesday from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm. Clients are eligible to visit our pantry once each month. Agencies are able to refer clients living in our area on days other than Wednesday by providing a written or faxed referral.
First Church of Deliverance and Recovery Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46221
317.658.3570
Details: Food Pantry: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 2.m – 3 p.m. Always bring ID, you may be asked to show ID but, sorry, we don't have a questionnaire for you to fill out.
FMMSC: Kennedy King Center
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317.327.7008
Details: Food Pantry services are offered to those in need residing within the Kennedy King Park area. Our Food Pantry is offered Monday- Friday from 10 am – 12 pm and from 1 – 4 pm. Emergency food pantry clients are also assisted. Clients are able to visit the pantry once a month, three times a year. For those who have visited three times per year or for those who visit us on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a referral may be given to another pantry in the area. Kennedy King Park boundaries are: North: 30th Street, South: 13th Street, West: Highland Place, East: Sherman Drive
Garfield Park Baptist Church Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46203
317.784.7068
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Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Inc.
Indianapolis, IN 46241
317.925.0191
Details: Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Inc., was founded in a three-and-a-half-car garage in 1980. Ever since, we have grown as hunger has grown—fighting the crisis in central Indiana every step of the way. Our mission is simple and direct: To lead the fight against hunger. Ultimately, Gleaners reaches thousands of people who need assistance. They are the working poor, the unemployed, single parents and the elderly. They are the homeless, the disabled, the mentally ill. They are battered women, victims of disaster and helpless children. They are families, friends and neighbors throughout Indiana. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, we work toward accomplishing our mission by securing, storing and redistributing donated food to 350 Hunger Relief Agencies.
God's Bounty, Inc.
Indianapolis, IN 46239
317.210.3663
Details: God's Bounty is a not-for-profit food pantry that exists to distribute food to the needy in Franklin Township, Marion County, Indiana and surrounding area. Our purpose for distributing food is to provide supplemental food to clients who are having difficulty providing food for their families. HOURS: Thursdays 1pm-7pm. No appointment necessary (We are closed the 5th Thursday of a month).
Indianapolis First Free Methodist Church - Jesus Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46201
317.638.2628
Details: Jesus Food Pantry is one way in which we show love to our neighbors. Every week, we help provide food to over 100 households, or about 275 persons. Instead of only handing out food, we offer people the opportunity to participate in a Bible Study at 10:15am and a worship service at 11:30am. No one has to attend, but many enjoy receiving spiritual food in addition to physical food. At noon, those who have registered to begin to orderly receive food. Mondays 10am - 12pm
Lakeview Church - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46224
317.243.9396
Details: Our Food Pantry is open to the Community at large and is open the last Tuesday of the month from 10 AM to 2 PM. The food pantry is located at Door 3 of our facility. Please bring an ID and proof of residence. Emergency food is available through the Church Office at Door 7 or 8 during normal business hours (Monday-Thursday, 8 AM to 5 PM and Friday, 8 AM to 12 noon), except on Food Pantry day.
Living Word Baptist Church Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46218
317.322.5874
Details: Mission: With a compassionate hearts we feed God's people in the physical, so they are receptive to hear His word "If a brother is destitute of daily food, you say depart and do not give, what does it profit?" (James 2:15-16)
Lutheran Child & Family Services - The Sharing Place Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46236
317.760.0420
Details: The Sharing Place is a material assistance program providing free food & clothing to families in need. Located in Lawrence Township, on the far East-side of Indianapolis, the Sharing Place is staffed by volunteers recruited from the community and local congregations. The Sharing Place serves individuals and families of all ages in Marion County who need emergency food assistance or fall below the poverty line and meet the income guidelines set by TEFAP. Clients are able to receive food once a month, must present proof of residency every visit, and must reside in one of the following zip codes: 46216, 46218, 46219, 46220, 46226, 46235, 46236, 46250, 46256. Operating Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs - 10am-12pm & 1pm-3pm, Tues - 6pm-8pm, 2nd Saturday of the month - 10am-12pm. CLOSED all recognized holidays.
Lynhurst Baptist Church - Daily Bread Distribution
Indianapolis, IN 46241
317.241.2564
Details: Daily at 12:00pm (Noon). Free bread is available for all in need and on Thursdays there are free pizzas that are given away from popular pizza chains.
Lynhurst Baptist Church Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46241
317.241.2564
Details: Lynhurst Baptist Church provides a food pantry for anyone who is in need of food. Every third Wednesday of the month at 9:00am.
Martin Center, Inc. - Sickle Cell Family Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46205
317.927.5158
Details: Often times our clients who suffer from Sickle Cell Disease cannot work a full-time job due to their illness. Many of them are on disability or have limited funds that prohibit them from meeting their needs. The Food Pantry provides supplemental food and Gatorade through on-site distribution for our Sickle Cell Disease and abnormal hemoglobin clients. Hydration is an important factor in staying healthy for clients with Sickle Cell Disease and Gatorade has been known to help some clients during a Sickle Cell Crisis. The Gatorade program was designed to help clients with Sickle Cell Disease to have Gatorade on-hand in the event of a Crisis. Clients with Sickle Cell Trait are an important part of our community. Both clients with trait and disease are served as resources allow, but the Gatorade program is only for clients with the disease
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center - Food Services
Indianapolis, IN 46221
317.639.6106
Details: Access to healthy, nutritious food is vitally important to children and adults alike. Unfortunately, families and residents in low-income communities sometimes struggle to meet this most basic of needs. In some cases, even when food is available, it often lacks the nutrients that are needed to stay healthy. This can have a particularly negative affect on children who depend on nutritionally balanced meals to grow and develop. Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center makes sure that everyone in its neighborhood has access to the meals they need to survive and thrive. And we also provide a clean, hospitable environment to eat them in. From our emergency food pantry to evening dinner program, we work to ensure that life's most essential resource - food - is available to every single person in our community. Emergency Food Pantry: Open to residents of West Indianapolis. Evening dinner for Kids & William Penn Seniors: Offered every evening, Monday through Thursday. In partnership with Second Helpings, we provide a nutritious meal to all kids enrolled in our after-school or Summer Day Camp programs. Parents are welcome (and encouraged!) to eat with their kids, too. The meals are also served to senior citizens who live in William Penn Commons, an apartment building located adjacent to Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center.
Mid-North Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46208
317.924.7900
Details: The Mid-North Food Pantry’s (MNFP’s) mission is to enhance the health of our mid-north neighborhoods by providing supplemental food and basic necessities for our neighbors in need. The MNFP’s vision is neighbors serving neighbors with compassion, dignity, and respect while eradicating hunger and food insecurity in our community. Hours: Monday: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM; Wednesday: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Friday: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Fourth Sunday of Every Month: 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Mount Zion Baptist Church - Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen
Indianapolis, IN 46208
317.924.4748
Details: The Food Pantry is open on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesday of the month. Food is available for persons in the church community who need assistance. On the 4th Wednesday, the Sharing God's Good Food Soup Kitchen is open to participants.
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317.634.9178
Details: Monday & Wednesday 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mt. Vernon Community Missionary Baptist Church - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46222
317.636.4964
Details: The Pantry Ministry will ask congregants and the community to donate food items to be distributed to the needy of the church and community on a regular basis. The leader is responsible for record keeping of such distribution.
New Bethel Baptist Church - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46239
317.862.4381
Details: Food Pantry: Thursday 1:00-7:00 p.m.
Old Bethel Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46219
317.354.8858
Details: Old Bethel's Community Outreach provides emergency food assistance for residents of Warren Township. When our Old Bethel volunteers see a community need, they jump at the chance to lend a helping hand. Hours of Operation: Tuesday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm; Thursday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm; Saturday: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. We provide emergency food assistance for residents of Warren township. The boundaries of the areas we serve are as follows: North: 38th Street; East: Carroll Road; South: Troy Road; West: Emerson Ave. We service the following zip codes: 46219, 46229, 46239 (down to Troy Road), and part of 46226 and 46235 (up to 38th St).
Olive Branch Christian Church - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46225
317.783.6136
Details: Food Pantry: Tuesdays,11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (2nd & 4th Tuesday except election days and holidays). Provides 1-2 days worth of food for area residents in need. Service limited to once a month. Requires picture ID and SS card numbers for all in household and a current utility bill with name and address (rent receipts NOT accepted). Area Served: N-Morris St.; S-Sumner Ave; E-Shelby St.; W-White River.
Ritter Avenue Free Methodist - People Care Ministries
Indianapolis, IN 46218
Details: Relationshiops are important; our relationship with God and with each other matter. Jesus tells us to love the God with all our heart, soul and mind and to love our neighbor as ourself. We are called to care for one another. For this reason we provide opportunities to get together and get to know one another. Our food pantry is open on the 2nd and 4th Monday eveing of every month form 6-7:15. We are a client's choice pantry. We recieve food from Gleaners' Food Bank and through donations. Blood pressure checks are available on the thrid Sunday of the month after the Morning Worship Service. A Lending closet for home health items is available. Some items up for loan are walkers, bedside commode, and crutches. A health information table and bulletin board are located in the main hallway. Additional health information is available in the Parish Nurse Office.
Roberts Park United Methodist Church Soup's On
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317.635.1636
Details: Soup's On ministry at Roberts Park is in its second decade of service to our community. Since 1999, Soup's On has prepared and served nearly 150,000 meals to our neighbors in need. Each Sunday a hot meal is prepared in our large commercial kitchen, and served to 250 guests after our 10:30 a.m. worship service. Churches and organizations from across the Indianapolis metropolitan area participate in this ministry, and each week a different team supervises and shares in the preparation and serving of the meal. This effort takes a crew of 20 volunteers each week, and nearly 1000 each year. This army of volunteers through the years has been led by a faithful core of Soup's On Leadship Team members, some of whom have been with the program from the beginning.
Sanders Temple Church of God in Christ - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46205
317.546.0663
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SS Peter and Paul Cathedral Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317.632.4360
Details: The Cathedral Soup Kitchen has been a continuing program since the Great Depression of the late 1920s through the 1930s. It initially began with peanut butter sandwiches being handed out to the many persons in need. This evolved into early morning coffee and doughnuts. In the ‘70’s a Sunday meal was provided. During the 1980s space was given in the old Cathedral Elementary School to combine both efforts. In the early 1990s the daily Breakfast Program added a morning meal and a brunch meal as well as the beginning of a food pantry. The Cathedral Parish, the Sisters of Providence, St. Vincent de Paul and parishes such as St. Thomas, St. Pius, St. Luke, St. Susanna, St. Monica to name a few were involved in the many phases of growth by providing volunteers, food, and whenever possible, financial assistance. Today we have expanded our program to seven days per week. We are feeding 3,200 meals to the needy, homeless and poor people a month (or 41,600 meals a year). We provide food via the pantry to 1,080 households per month each Tuesday and Thursday (or 12,960 households each year). Mission of the Soup Kitchen: To reach out to the homeless, the needy, the poor, the marginalized people in our neighborhoods by offering food, respect, encouragement, prayers and goodwill. To be a bridge for those more fortunate so they may better understand the needs of our guests and provide time, help and assistance to the program either directly or indirectly. To provide a welcoming site for students to serve the poor and instill in them a life long commitment to helping the poor. To pray together and learn from each other so we may become a special and welcoming neighborhood of God. To provide a safe and welcoming environment that is conducive to serving meals to the poor, needy, homeless and disenfranchised. Kitchen Hours of Operation Monday - Friday Breakfast/Lunch 8:45 AM - 10:00 AM; Monday Dinner 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM; Saturday Lunch 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM; Sunday Coffee/Dinner 10:30AM - 1:00 PM; Food Pantry Hours of Operation: Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 AM - 10:45
SVdP Boulevard Place Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46208
317.924.3461
Details: The Boulevard Place/St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry is located at 4202 Boulevard Place and provides emergency food for those in need. A family representative may come once a month to receive between 18 – 30 items of food or personal items depending on family size. Clients are offered a choice of items, not a prepacked order. In order to receive food, clients must present a piece of mail mailed to their home in the last two months, and live within the boundaries of the 5 contributing parishes (STA, St. Luke, St. Joan of Arc, Christ the King and Immaculate Heart of Mary). Hours of operation are: Monday – 8:30 am -10:30 am and 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm; Tuesday – 8:30 am -10:30 am and 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm; Wednesday – 8:30 am -10:30 am and 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm; Thursday – 8:30 am -10:30 am and 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm; Friday – 8:30 am -10:30; Saturday – 9:00 am – 11:00 am
SVdP Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46218
317.921.1401
Details: SVdP Operates Largest Food Pantry in the Midwest serving an average of over 3000 households per week with an all volunteer staff. Food Pantry’s Mission: Responding to God’s call to “Feed the Hungry” (Mt.25:35), we strive to manifest God's love to all by providing a selection of food and self-help programs to those in need in an atmosphere of dignity and love for client and volunteer alike. Shopping hours at the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry are: TUESDAY 8:00am -12:00pm; THURSDAY: 8:00am - 12:00pm, 5:00pm - 7:00pm; FRIDAY: 8:00am - 12:00pm; SATURDAY: 8:00am - 12:00pm
The Cupboard of Lawrence Township
Indianapolis, IN 46226
317.964.0801
Details: The Cupboard of Lawrence Township is a pantry that serves residents of Lawrence Township in need of food assistance. Constructed by the Lawrence Township Trustee’s Office, The Cupboard of Lawrence Township seeks to assist Lawrence Township families in need of food assistance, provide healthier food options for visitors, and relieve the strain experienced by food pantries throughout Central Indiana. In Lawrence Township we are working to make sure that when a resident is reaching for a helping hand, they don’t find an empty one. Hours of Operation: Wednesday 10 am – 4 pm, 6 pm – 8 pm; Friday 10 am – 4 pm; 3rd Saturday of the Month 10 am – 12 pm
The Julian Center - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317.920.9320
Details: The Julian Center maintains a Food Pantry as an outreach service to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. The program ensures that victims can continue to feed themselves and their children after ending and leaving abusive relationships. Food from the pantry is offered to: Clients exiting the shelter and the transitional housing programs; Victims receiving services from our outreach advocacy programs including those who work with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department; Clients receiving therapy in our counseling center who need assistance; Individuals referred from partnering service providers; Past clients who need further assistance
The Lord's Pantry at Anna's House, Inc.
Indianapolis, IN 46222
317.631.5504
Details: The Lord’s Pantry at Anna’s House strives to enhance the lives of those we serve by empowering families through educational programs, nutritional assistance and financial support. Through the generosity of many, we will continue to seek out and implement additional programs which will help families to become self-sufficient.
Turning Point - God’s Full Blessing Food & Clothing Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46226
317.898.4420
Details: God’s Full Blessing Food & Clothing Pantry is Turning Point’s pantry located on the corner just West of the church. The pantry has been continuously operational for 10 years. We have seen God provide for those who came to the pantry when we had much to give and when we had little to give. In short, God has been faithful! When someone comes to the Pantry they can expect to get what they need to help them in the short term with food or clothing, but they can also receive prayer and/or information about our events/services. The pantry does special food basket give-a-ways in November & December. Families must pre-register with a Pantry Board Member to receive a basket. The Pantry Hours are: Monday 4pm-6pm, Tuesday 2pm-4pm, Friday 2pm-4pm (2nd &4th Fridays) 2pm-6pm (1st, 3rd & 5th Fridays), Saturday 10am-12pm.
Victorious Life Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46235
317.897.9833
Details: 1. All Guests of VLFP are to be treated with kindness and respect in the spirit of hospitality and love as modeled by Jesus. 2. A guest of VLFP is defined as a household, regardless of the number of household members. Food will be available equally among guest as long as food is available. 3. There are no income or geographical restrictions, all who come will be served. 4. NO I.D. required to receive food. 5. Information gathered will be basic info, such as guest name and number in household by age. This information will be kept private and not used for any purpose other than serving needs of our guests. 6. This is a supplemental food program and is not designed to meet all nutritional needs of person or family. 7. The pantry is open from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd Saturday of each month. 8. While our goal is to have enough food to supplement the needs of all guest who come, in the event we run out of food on a particular day the pantry will close until the following distribution date. 9. Guests will be served on a first come basis, presence is required to be served. 10. Any disputes that arise during the distribution of food will be resolved in a manner keeping with the spirit of reconciliation and peace building, keeping in mind policy #1. All decisions of the VLFP Staff are final.
Westlake Church of Christ Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46214
317.244.3974
Details: Every first Saturday (10 am - 12 pm) of the month, the Westlake Food Pantry disperses food to approximately 70 families in need. "Restore Wellness", beginning right here in our westside community with meeting the basic needs that Jesus instructed his followers to care about (cf. Matt. 25). The Food Pantry continues to need volunteers to help disperse food and care for those who come through our facility on the first Saturday of the month. The second Sunday of each month has been designated as a Food Pantry collection day at Westlake, meaning food and cash donations are received to continue to support the ongoing needs of the ministry.
Westminster Neighborhood Ministries - Family and Adult Services Center
Indianapolis, IN 46201
317.632.9785
Details: WESTMINSTER FAMILY AND ADULT SERVICES programming includes the food pantry and soup kitchen, clothing closet, health clinic and Christmas Baskets program. The food pantry is open each Thursday morning from 9:30-11:30 (doors opening at 8:30) for those who qualify for assistance. Staffed by hard-working volunteers, approximately 60 families per week (average of 4 people per family) receive food items for their family. A total of 650+ people are served monthly by the food pantry. Thirty percent of those served by WNS' food pantry are under 18 years old and 5 percent are over 60 years old. During food pantry hours, Westminster works with the Gennesaret Free Health Clinic to provide medical care to some 15 to 20 clients weekly. GFC offers a first point of access to the health care system for the families in the Westminster and Holy Cross neighborhoods. Westminster's soup kitchen provides a nutritional, light breakfast and hot nutritional lunch to some 120 homeless and low-income adults, children and families in our community every Thursday from 8:30 to 11 a.m. All meals are provided by Second Helpings and Panera Bread and served by our volunteers. The soup kitchen provides meals to our guests in a friendly, non-threatening atmosphere. There are no eligibility requirements.
Zion Tabernacle Apostolic Faith Church - Food Pantry
Indianapolis, IN 46226
317.545.1797
Details: The Zion Food Pantry is an outreach ministry in which we try to meet the basic needs of our church and community by providing food and nourishment. Our motto is, “We can feed the body, but God can feed the soul.” Thus, using every opportunity, we get to spread the love of God by word and deed.