If you dont have enough to eat, our Mobile Pantry Can help.

If you dont have enough to eat our mobile food pantry can help. Each month we focus on neighborhoods with the highest needs.  


Who is eligible:

Anyone in need of food assistance may attend. This is a first come, first served basis while supplies last.


What is required: Guests sign in with their address and number of people in the household. Guests self certify their eligibility upon registration. Limit one visit per household. All food is from Midwest Food Bank-Florida Division and is provided FREE of charge. You will never be asked to pay any amount for food product received through our Mobile Pantry.



Eligibility Requirements:

You are eligible to receive food from the mobile pantry if your household meets the income guidelines listed on the pantry eligibility form  OR participates in any of the following programs.   Guests simply place a check mark in the space next to the category that applies. 

  •  Income eligibility
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (fka Food Stamp
  • TANF/Cash Assistance) 
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI/SS/SSDI)  
  • Medicaid
  •  Homeless 
  • Unemployment Compensation

         

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