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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in High Point NC

Christ United Methodist Church - Compassion Food Pantry
High Point, NC 27262
Details: Compassion Food Pantry is an outreach mission that provides food to families in need in our neighborhood. Most of the families come as referrals from the seven schools that serve our neighborhood. Volunteers collect, sort and distribute food donations each week.
Helping Hands of High Point Inc.
High Point, NC 27263
Details: Helping Hands Emergency Assistance Ministry is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ministry that has been serving those in need in the greater High Point area since 1995. We are a partner agency of Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest N.C. and a member of the Community Resource Network in High Point. Helping Hands is supported entirely by individuals, churches, businesses, foundations and civic organizations. Food Assistance by Appointment Only. Steps to getting assistance: First call to make an appointment at (336) 886-2327. If this is the first time that you have been to Helping Hands, please bring a photo ID and proof of residency such as a bill with your name and address on it. Then come on the day of your appointment. Food Assistance Operation Hours: Tuesdays: 11 am - 4 pm, Thursdays: 11 am - 12:30 pm & 6:00 pm -7:30 pm, Saturdays: 12 pm - 2 pm. Financial Assistance: It is a first come first serve basis when funds are available on Mondays ONLY 10 am - 12 pm​ [No appointment required].
Macedonia Family Resource Center - Neighborhood Food Pantry
High Point, NC 27260
Details: This program serves as part of the Community Resource Network and supplies food to residents in the Macedonia community of High Point. For more information or to make an appointment please call Angela James Mon-Fri after 6:00pm 336-883-0300.
Open Door Ministries
High Point, NC 27262
Details: Open Door Ministries was established in 1995, as a merger of High Point Urban Ministry and Open Door Shelter. High Point Urban Ministry was begun in 1969 and provided assistance for food, clothing, and financial needs. Urban Ministry also operated a soup kitchen that served a lunch meal (Monday - Friday). Open Door Shelter started in 1987 and provided a homeless shelter for men, women and children. The Father’s Table program at Open Door Ministries serves three meals a day seven days a week to the homeless and less fortunate in our community. There are no stipulations as to who is served as we truly offer an “open door” to those who are hungry.
The Salvation Army of High Point - Food Pantry
High Point, NC 27260
Details: The Salvation Army Food Pantry helps supplement a client’s current food supply. Personal hygiene items, paper products, and household cleaning supplies (diapers, toilet paper, etc.) are sometimes available. Food bags contain non-perishable food items and are made in single, double, and family sizes.
West End Ministries - Food Ministry
High Point, NC 27261
Details: At West End Ministries, we are committed to serving the community through the Food Ministry. The Community Meal is a hot meal served weekly on Thursday evenings. On Friday mornings, neighbors can receive loaves of bread to help stretch their grocery budget. Neighbors can also receive boxes of canned food and other food items that is equivalent to a week’s worth of groceries from the food pantry every Thursday afternoon between 3:00-5:00 p.m. or in emergency situations. Many of our friends and neighbors rely heavily on the Food Ministry each week and this could not be accomplished without the generosity of time, food and financial resources from the High Point community.