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There are several food pantries and food banks in the Ohio. With help from users like you we have compiled a list of some. If you know of a listing that is not included here please submit new food pantries to our database.

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Westfed Food Pantry

Westfed Food Pantry

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Cincinnati, OH - 45211
513-661-5166

Provides a food pantry. Documentation Required: Proof of residence, picture ID Pantry hours: Last two Thursdays: 1:30 am - 2:30 pm The Westfed Food Pantry is a cooperative effort of six Westwood/Cheviot area churches, including Cheviot United Methodist, Grace Lutheran, JOY Community, St. Cathe

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Center of Hope/Christian Cupboard

Center of Hope/Christian Cupboard

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Ravenna, OH - 44266
(330) 297-5454

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HOURS:Mon, – Wed, Fri –  9am – 3pmThurs 10:30-5:30pmHot lunches are served to anyone hungry from 11:30am – 12:15pm, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and an early dinner is served Thursday from 4:00-5:15pm.  There is no fee.How can you help?Food: non-perishables, especially pea

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Bay Presbyterian Church Food Pantry

Bay Presbyterian Church Food Pantry

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Bay Village, OH - 44140
440-871-1503 ex

Provides a food pantry. Serves Residents of Bay Village. Documentation Required: Completed application, which must be done annually. The food pantry hours are 9:15 til 11:30am on last Friday of month.

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Agape Distribution Inc

Agape Distribution Inc

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Sidney, OH - 45365
(937) 498-4368

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We are a non-profit agency serving the economically disadvantaged, and assisting other non-profits with products and supplies that help fulfill their mission to the hurting. Agape Distribution serves the community is two distinct manners: 1.The economically disadvantaged receive Bags of

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Milford Miami Ministry - (MMM)

Milford Miami Ministry - (MMM)

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Milford, OH - 45150-1856
513-248-1114

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Area we serve | Milford, Ohio or Miami Township residents only. For detailed info.Milford Miami Ministry is a Christian Humanitarian 501 (c) 3 organization comprised of 16 Milford churches to help familes reach their full potential by tackling poverty. Hours of operation | Tue. & Thur. 9am to

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Firelands Presbyterian Church

Firelands Presbyterian Church

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Port Clinton, OH - 43452
(419) 734-6211

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Services: Provide assistance with food, shelter, rent, water, electric, gas, heating, prescriptions, and medical bills. Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am-1:00pm Eligibility: Must have a need

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Dublin Food Pantry

Dublin Food Pantry

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Dublin, OH - 43017
(614) 889-6590

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Located in the Dublin Community Church. Serves eligible residents who live within the 43016 and 43017 zip codes and also within the Dublin City School District. Current ID required. Referrals also accepted from Dublin area churches and social service agencies. Open Mondays from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m., Tu

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Erie Shores Assembly Of God

Erie Shores Assembly Of God

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Port Clinton, OH - 43452
(419) 734-3322

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Services: Provide food to needy families and individuals that are income eligible. Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am- 3:00pm Eligibility: United way in Ottawa County screens for income eligibility for Food pantry

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Urban Mission Ministries

Urban Mission Ministries

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Steubenville, OH - 43952
(740) 282-8010

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Erie County Veterans Service Commission

Erie County Veterans Service Commission

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Sandusky, OH - 44870
(888) 399-6065

Services: Provide free transportation to the Cleveland and Brecksville V.A Hospitals for appointments; financial assistance with emergency need (i.e. food, utilities, rent, mortgage, property tax assistance for primary residence); applying for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Also

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