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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Michigan

Almont Vineyard Church - Manna Food Pantry
Almont, MI 48003
Details: Please come and share the blessing of food from the Lord. No strings attached-you do not have to be a member of the AVC to receive food. Since 2008, Manna Ministry, has been feeding local families who have fallen on hard times and are in need of practical help. New Hours: The pantry is open Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. for any local community member…“no strings attached.”
Attica Food Pantry
Attica, MI 48412
Details: The Attica Food Bank began as a response to the need in our communityr as well as an urging to be God's people in Service. It is held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm in the Church Fellowship Hall. At this time we are serving Attica Township residents ONLY, who are age 65 and over, have a valid Bridge Card and meet income eligibility requirements. We ask that you show proof of residency, proof of the people who live in your home and proof of income.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church - Food Pantry
Saginaw, MI 48602
Details: We distribute food the third Tuesday of the month from 10-11:30
Calvary Community Church - Outreach Ministry
Saginaw, MI 48601
Details: Serving our community through clothes and food. 2nd Sunday of each month following worship service Calvary Outreach - Food and clothing will be available for Calvary worshipers following the worship service. 4th Saturday of each month-11:00 a.m. Community Outreach - Food and clothing will be available to the community.
Caregiving Network - Food Pantry
Midland, MI 48640
Details: Nearly 14% of Midland residents officially live in poverty. A great many more teeter at the threshold, at risk of being pushed over by a high energy bill, a medical emergency, a car repair. When the teetering turns into a freefall, meals start disappearing. Midland residents can make an appointment to come to our U-Pick pantry 5 times per year, receiving a week’s worth of groceries each time. We recommend appointments be requested early in the week for our Thursday pantry; we consistently reach capacity.
Carriage Town Ministries
Flint, MI 48503
Details: We began in 1950 as the Flint Rescue Mission on the banks of the Flint River at Grand Traverse Street. We've been led by John Schaich, Jerry Peaster, Bob Sweeney, Lois St. Clair, and now Dr. Dallas Gatlin...Only five directors in 65 years! We've been supported throughout those years by faithful churches and individuals who recognize the calling of Matthew 25 to minister to the hungry, the thirsty, and the individuals in need of a place to stay. Today we are a campus of learning and restoration in Flint's historic Carriage Town neighborhood. Visitors and residents find a haven of safety and acceptance, learning and responsibility, structure and productivity...A place where Jesus is lifted up as Lord and Savior … A place to find new birth, a sense of purpose for today and hope for tomorrow. Today we have 120 beds (the most in the county) for men women and children in need. Each year we provided 42,000 nights of rest, distributed 142,000 meals, and provided 110,000 pieces of clothing free of charge. The Lafia Learning Center is open to the community and sees 120 new students each month. Great things are happening at CTM, thank you for your support.
Cass Community Social Services
Detroit, MI 48206
Details: Cass Community Social Services (CCSS) was established as a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) in 2002. Prior to that many of its programs started as a part of Cass Community United Methodist Church. The Detroit-based agency works across the city in areas of concentrated poverty providing programs for food, health, housing and jobs. Cass prepares and serves one million meals a year. Our food comes from our community garden and food rescuers like our friends at Gleaners and Forgotten Harvest. Churches, schools, and sororities also help us out by hosting canned food drives. We also receive several hundreds of pounds of meat from hunters in Northern Michigan throughout the hunting season. With all of these options you can be sure that everyone at Cass has a healthy, balanced meal.
Catholic Outreach of Flint
Flint, MI 48501
Details: Catholic Outreach of Flint is the thirty-two year old creation of Sister M. Claudia Burke of the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor. In 1977, Sister dreamed of an agency that would be able to assist the poor, the underemployed and those that "fall between the cracks" in the Genesee County area. Catholic Outreach is honored to be able to serve thousands of individuals of various cultures, ages and creeds. Since 1977, Catholic Outreach has been serving the homeless and needy. We conduct bingos in Genesee and Oakland Counties to raise funds for all of our programs.
Center Road Church of Christ - Food Bank
Saginaw, MI 48638
Details: Food Bank Hours: 1st and 3rd Wednesday’s of each month from 9:00 – 11:00 A.M. Requirements to Bring: Some form of identification; The last four digits of social security numbers for all members of your family.
Crawford County Christian Help Center Food Pantry
Grayling, MI 49738
Details: We are a client choice food pantry for Crawford County residents in need.
Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministry
Flint, MI 48503
Details: Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministry is a faith-based, interdenominational mission established provide free emergency food, clothing, household, personal items and youth programs to those most in need in our community. Providing faith based services and programs, showing the love of Christ, restoring hope, and rebuilding lives.
Emmanuel Community House, Inc.
Detroit, MI 48203
Details: Emmanuel Community House, Inc. opened Emmanuel Community Center over 30 years ago. Since its inception, they have provided, spiritual enrichment, after school programming, and have fed 1000s of families.
Everyone Eats
Detroit, MI 48208
Details: Everyone Eats serves meals every Wednesday from 12pm to 1pm at no charge to those who can use a helping hand.
Faith Tabernacle Church - Food by Faith
Burton, MI 48509
Details: Food by Faith is a faith based immediate temporary assistance pantry for those who urgently need a helping hand. We serve Burton, the Atherton School District and immediate surrounding areas as well as members of our church, via confidential pre-approved appointment. We are aided by Love in the Name of Christ-Flint and the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, as well as the many congregational supporters of our annual ornament fundraiser. Food, cleaning products, and personal products are always needed for our pantry. We stock primarily non-perishable foods but have some freezer space available. Cleaning and personal products such as laundry soap, shampoo, deodorant, etc. are always needed, as these items cannot be purchased with food stamps. Items Typically Needed in Food Pantry are Mustard, Mayonnaise, Ketchup, Syrup, Jelly, Coffee/Tea, Rice Dishes, Pasta Dishes, Laundry Soap, Dryer Sheets, Bar Soap, Dish Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner, Deodorant, Razors, Baby Care, Feminine Care, Hand Lotion, Toothpaste
First Baptist Church of Mt. Morris - Food Pantry
Mount Morris, MI 48458