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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Orlando FL

Catholic Charities of Central Florida - Semoran Food Pantry
Orlando, FL 32807
407.658.1818
Details: The mission of Catholic Charities of Central Florida is to provide vital social services to people in need, regardless of their religious, social or economic background, to improve lives of individuals, families and the community. Food Assistance is available through Catholic Charities of Central Florida’s regional Food Pantries. Semoran Food Pantry: M, W, TH, F: 9 am - 11 am and 1 pm - 3 pm
Christ the King Episcopal Church - Food Pantry
Orlando, FL 32807
407.277.1151
Details: Beginning June 9th 2012, we took a leap of faith in responding to God’s call to expand our Food Pantry Ministry beyond our congregation by serving those in need in our community. On the second Saturday of each month since, we have opened our Parish Hall doors at 9 am and distributed as many bags of food as our supply allows on a first come, first served basis. Within four months, the pantry went from serving a few families to serving 159 families which represented a total of 586 people! In addition to Saturday distributions, we continue to give Emergency Food Bags to anyone in need during the month.
Christian Service Center - Daily Bread (Orlando)
Orlando, FL 32804
407.425.2523
Details: The Daily Bread program was established at the Christian Service Center in 1975 with a goal that no person in Central Florida would struggle with hunger. Daily Bread has offered a free nourishing noontime meal to anyone in the community who is hungry. Following our scriptural calling, it is significant to the Christian Service Center that Daily Bread be available at no cost and with no participation criteria. If someone comes hungry, they shall be served a meal. Monday through Friday: 12-1 p.m.; Sunday: 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Community Food & Outreach Center
Orlando, FL 32806
407.650.0774
Details: Our Mission: To help those in need to transform their lives by providing food, crisis care, opportunities for education and employment, and a hand up to families, individuals and children who are fighting to break the cycle of poverty. The Community Food & Outreach Center provides a range of services to our clients who are struggling through unemployment, hunger, housing difficulties, and more. We are here to give you a “hand up” with one-on-one support from our caring staff and volunteers.
First Baptist Church of Pine Castle - Food Pantry
Orlando, FL 32809
407.855.4741
Details: Food Pantry: To provide food and supplies, for needy families in the Church and local community.
Knights Helping Knights Pantry
Orlando, FL 32816
407.823.3663
Details: The Knights Helping Knights Pantry began from a class project in a first year LEAD Scholars course in 2009. UCF students wanted to create a food pantry where fellow students would have access to free necessities if they fell on hard times. This grass roots initiative strived to ensure that UCF students would not have to choose between buying text books or buying groceries. Since its inception, the Knights Helping Knights Pantry has expanded from a closet at the Student Union to its own suite located in Ferrell Commons attached to the All Knight Study facility. Currently, the Knights Helping Knights Pantry is supported by the Student Union and funded by the Student Government Association and generous community donors. Two student staff members and a team of volunteers help keep the doors open for students 5 days a week. As the Knights Pantry has continued to expand, so have our offerings to students in need. From the beginning our goal has been to help students. We do our best to do so every day with the help of so many campus partners. The UCF community continues to unite in support of our efforts through hosting food drives, volunteering at the Pantry, and donating to support our continuing operations. To find out more about our program, please check out the rest of our site or contact a member of our staff. The Knights Helping Knights Pantry is committed to serving UCF students by providing basic needs including food, clothing, and personal hygiene items to foster continued academic success and increase retention for s tudents in need. Access to the Knights Pantry is reserved for UCF Students who present a valid Student ID upon entry. Students are limited to 5 food items per day. There is currently no limit for toiletries or clothing.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32805
407.295.1066
Details: Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is a private, nonprofit organization that collects, stores and distributes donated food to more than 500 partner agencies in six Central Florida counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia. Vision: A Hunger-Free Central Florida. Mission: To Fight Hunger in Central Florida
South Orlando Baptist Church - Food Pantry
Orlando, FL 32837
407.859.1536
Details: Many people have lost jobs because of the downturn of the economy and other unfortunate circumstances. As a church body, we want to collect food continually to help our friends and family get through these difficult times. If you are going through a difficult time and cannot buy groceries for your family, we would like to help. All you need to do is come to the church office, present us with a picture ID (i.e. driver’s license or state identification card), and tell us if you have a place to cook the food. Anyone can receive food once every 3 months per person. Please remember that this is a ministry of our church and for those who truly are in need of food. If you know someone or know a family who is in need, we ask that you submit their names and a way we can contact them so that we might be able to help.
The Salvation Army Orlando - Food Pantry
Orlando, FL 32804
407.423.8581
Details: Individuals in need of Food Pantry Assistance for an unforseen emergency event need to provide the following documentation when coming to The Salvation Army: Social Security Cards for all members of the household; Proof of Orange County residency. Example: A recent utility bill within the last 30 days; Photo I.D. for the head of the household or the person making application for assistance. Walk-ins for food pantry services are welcome during normal business hours, Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 11:30 am and 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.