About Food Pantries

Food Pantries is not associated with any government agency or nonprofit organization. We list Food Pantries centers throughout the US. Follow us on the world wide web.


Euclid Hunger Task Force Details Page

Euclid Hunger Task Force

Contact Information
291 E 222nd Street
Euclid, OH - 44123
Phone: (216) 731-3329

User Questions and Answers

Help our users find out more about Euclid Hunger Task Force.

Answer a question below ONLY IF you know the answer to help people who want more information on Euclid Hunger Task Force.

How do I volunteer?

Do you know if I can get food delivered to me?

Do I need to make an appointment?

How do I make a donation?

Can I do my community service hours at this location?

What type of documentation do I need to apply for food?

1 Review

  1. 2018-04-20 01:48:38

    I usually attend the food pantry at Imani Church at 1505 East 260th Street; Euclid, Ohio 44132-3109. I attend once a month, either on the 2nd Saturday or the 4th Saturday. Why is most of the food that is available, either expired or rotten? It seems as though the food is coming from local grocers or restaurants and the food they donate are the leftovers they would usually discard. What's the use of accepting help with food when it isn't healthy to consume and it needs to be trashed. I know this is a hand-out but it's not fair to assume that hungry people, who may be desperate, shouldn't complain because the food is free. I apologize but I value my health over hunger, even though the two are intertwined. Are there any other locations for 'Food Pantries' in Euclid, OH? Or do they all operate in the same manner? Please do not forward this message to Imani Church, I would like to remain anonymous. Your immediate attention will be greatly appreciated.

Your opinion matters. Leave A Review Or Edit This Listing for Euclid Hunger Task Force.

Do not request help here. Contact the Pantry directly.

Pantry Details, hours, photos, information: Euclid Hunger Task Force

Households that are classified as hungry are those in which adults have decreased the quality and quantity of food they consume because of lack of money to the point where they are quite likely to be hungry on a frequent basis, or in which children's intake has been reduced due to lack of family financial resources, to the point that children are likely to be hungry on a regular basis and adults food intake is severely reduced.

The ability to obtain enough food for an active, healthy life is the most basic of human needs. Food- insecure households cannot achieve this fundamental element of well-being. They are the ones in our country most likely to be hungry, undernourished, and in poor health, and the ones most in need of assistance. Not surprisingly, many reported having to make choices between buying food and paying for other necessities of life.

Requirement: Must bring a photo ID and proof of residency such as utility bill, official mail. Names and dates of birth for all the children living in the household.

Wednesday & Saturday
10:00am - 1:00pm

For more information, please call.

Volunteering Information:


County or Counties Served: Cuyahoga

* Important: Please call the food pantries to confirm that the hours have not changed. We do our best to provide full information and details, but food pantries often change their hours without notifying us. We do not want you to waste your time visiting a pantry that is not open.

Donations And Volunteers

Please contact us directly by phone to donate and/or volunteer.

Need More Information

We always need more information on our pantries. If you know of any details, volunteer information, website, hours or more description information about Euclid Hunger Task Force please add a comment below with information. We will then display this for all visitors on this page.

Nearby Area Listings