Below is our current list of Memphis 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.
Hours:Monday - ThursdayMid-South Food Bank is the only organization in the Mid-South, public or private, that collects and distributes wholesome food to any qualified not-for-profit agency that feeds needy people free of charge. The agencies pay a small handling fee, which averages 10 cents per pound.For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
Provides a food pantry. For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
Provides a food pantry. Serves: Seniors and the disabled. Pantry Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pmFor more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
Food Pantry Hours: Tues. & Thurs. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Serving zip code: 38111; 38112; 38152 (temporarily because of a closing 38122, 38108)Go To Details Page For More Information
Did you know since October 22, 2012, our church has served over 100 Families! Our church DOES make a difference. These upcoming winter months we all know utility bills get higher which means less money available for other expenses. Martha's Mission Food Pantry is doing the Lord's work. We are reaching the needy, we are feeding the hungry we are giving hope to the downtrodden. Let us stock the pantry so full the next two months we'll have to find additional storage to put the food. High protein items are in big demand. Tuna, Peanut ButterGo To Details Page For More Information
St. John's Soup Kitchen provides vital nutrition for people who are homeless, precariously housed, just passing through town, or part of the growing numbers of the working poor. Twice each week, the Midtown/Downtown community is invited to break bread at St. John's and share from God's bounty, where there is more than enough to go around. Rhodes College students, as ambassadors of the servant leadership model of their institution, prepare and serve food on Tuesday afternoons, while Saturday afternoons from 3:30-5:30 belong to St. John's membGo To Details Page For More Information