Below is our current list of Dayton food pantries.
We not only provide listings of pantries, but we also provide information on: food closets, food banks, soup kitchens, congregate meal locations, food boxes, vouchers, etc.
Our comprehensive list of food assistance programs provides full descriptions, pictures, hours, volunteer information, etc.
Food locations provided are faith based, government and non profit. We list them all.
If you know of a food pantry that is not included in our list, please submit new food resources to our database by going to the ADD A LISTING link on the header of our website. Provide as much volunteer information as possible as we are the top resources for volunteering at food pantries.
In July 2014, the Good Neighbor House's general pantry became a choice pantry! This means when a family walks in to receive food, instead of getting a bag of items, they are able to walk around and pick the items they want. At first, we weren't sure how well it was going to work, said Marcia Ehlers, Assistant Director of Human Services and Outreach. But we found that people are making healthier choices and our clients feel more at ease with coming in to receive assistance. Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 10:00am -Go To Details Page For More Information
We don't serve Miamisburg. Only zipcodes 45429,45440, 45458 and 45459Hours:The 3rd Saturday of every month and every Thursday 5:30pm - 7:00pmOur days and hours may vary around holidays, so please do call.The Feeding Friends outreach program is dedicated to providing food to families and individuals within the community who are in need of such services.Information for ClientsFeeding Friends deals with hunger issues and is Harmony Creek's weekly food pantry. - Food assistanceGo To Details Page For More Information
Food pantry for Wright State University students in need of assistance.The mission of the Friendship Food Pantry at Wright State University is to provide emergency food to students in times of need. The pantry aligns itself with other campus and community agencies and resources that promote the well-being of WSU students. We believe that no WSU student should go hungry while getting a college education.The pantry is located in 134 Allyn Hall. Beginning winter quarter 2011, the pantry will be open the following daGo To Details Page For More Information
Community outreach was one of Rev. Lowe's top priorities with successful implementation of a Food and Clothing Pantry and Youth in Road Warriors for Christ Ministries.Hours:Thursday10:00am - 1:00pm For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
The Foodbank brings food, comfort and hope to hungry families in the Dayton area. For nearly four decades, The Foodbank has been the primary food supplier to the hunger relief network in Montgomery, Greene and Preble counties. Food and related supplies are acquired and distributed to a network of food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, Kids Cafe sites and school backpack programs that feed the hungry throughout the community. 85 nonprofit agencies are members of The Foodbank and provide services through morGo To Details Page For More Information
We offer monthly mobile locations any your welcome to come to any location. We also offer emergency food by appointment. For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
The Dayton Episcopal Food Pantry is opened on the third and fourth Saturday of each month. We are opened from 9-11:30 a.m.Go To Details Page For More Information
Requirements:Government issued ID cardFor more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information