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    Taxonomy Code: BD-1875.2000

    Programs that gather, sort, store and distribute to participating charitable agencies, surplus food products and edible but unmarketable food that has been acquired from growers, grocers and other sources. Also included are the supermarket chains, food manufacturers, wholesalers, restaurant suppliers, agencies that organize food drives, government departments (e.g., the USDA) and other organizations that donate food on a regular basis to food banks and/or directly to food pantries, meal programs, homeless shelters and other human service agencies with food programs.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Bible Baptist Church Food Box ProgramWe serve families in need of food with groceries.MifflinBible Baptist Food ProgramBible Baptist Food Program
    Central Moravian Food BankFood bank distributes bags of food. Individuals must bring proof of residency in Northampton County and will be asked to sign declaration of need. Individuals can receive a bag of groceries once a month.NorthamptonCentral Moravian Food BankCentral Moravian Food Bank
    Central Pennsylvania Community Action - Aaronsburg - Food Bankprovides supplemental food assistance to individuals and families in Millheim, Spring Mills, Aaronsburg, Coburn, Rebersburg, Madisonburg, and WoodwardCentreCentral Pennsylvania Community Action - AaronsburgCentral Pennsylvania Community Action
    Central Pennsylvania Community Action - Philipsburg - Food Bankprovides supplemental food assistance to individuals and families in the Philipsburg-Osceola School District in both Centre and Clearfield countiesCentreCentral Pennsylvania Community Action - PhilipsburgCentral Pennsylvania Community Action
    Centre Hall/Potter Township Food and Fuel Bank - Food Assistanceprovides supplemental food to individuals and families living in Centre Hall and Potter TownshipCentreCentre Hall/Potter Township Food and Fuel Bank - ProgramCentre Hall/Potter Township Food and Fuel Bank
    Christian Community Services Food Bank Food bankMcKeanChristian Community Services Food Bank Christian Community Services Food Bank
    Christian Life Assembly- Food BankProvides a supply of groceries. Distribution is the second Tuesday of each month from 9:00 am- NoonCumberlandChristian Life AssemblyChristian Life Assembly
    Faith Centre Food Bankprovides supplemental food and pet foodto families and individuals in need in Bellefonte, Milesburg, Pleasant Gap, Zion, and parts of Julian with 355- and 353- phone numbersCentreFaith Centre Food BankFaith Centre
    Family Services and Emergency AssistanceProvides family services and emergency assistance to residents in need in Upper Dauphin, i.e., food bank, clothing and utility (PPL) assistanceDauphinUpper Dauphin Human Service CenterUpper Dauphin Human Services, Inc.
    Gemma's AngelsProvide fresh fruits and vegetables to homeless shelters, soup kitchens and food banks in Dauphin and Lebanon Counties, and Inspire at-risk children and families to make healthier food choices, increasing their access to fresh, local food and teaching them to live more sustainably.DauphinGemma's AngelsGemma's Angels
    Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank - Three Rivers TableProvides grocery items to 350 charitable agencies in Allegheny County, including soup kitchens, shelters, food pantries and special care facilities servicing low income families and individuals.AlleghenyThree Rivers TableGreater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
    Howard Food Bank - Food Distributionprovides supplemental food assistance to individuals and families in Howard, Orviston, Blanchard, Snydertown, Curtin Township, Liberty Township, Yarnell, Marion Township, Jacksonville, Monument, Beech Creek, Hublersburg, Nittany, and LamarCentreHoward Food Bank - ProgramHoward Food Bank
    Salvation Army Western Pennsylvania Division - Altoona Service CenterEmergency assistance for financially struggling individuals and families in crisis. Referrals are made for assistance not offered at our facility. May also offer seasonal assistance, such as Back-to-School and Project Bundle-Up where funds are available. Call for holiday programs (toys and food). Must be a resident of 16601, 16602 or 16603 zip code area. SERVICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: 1. Food Pantry. Emergency food for approximately 3 days. A Photo ID must be provided at time of service; no other information is required. Food Pantry is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. 2. Water Service Payment Assistance. Need to have a shut-off notice. We pay up to $100 while funds are available. 3. Emergency Lodging (Homeless Motel Vouchers). Short term housing for transient and/or special situations for individuals and families with a 1-3 night stay at a local motel. An assessment interview of need is required. This is limited to available funding. 4. Furniture and Household Goods Vouchers. Available to fire victims with referral from the American Red Cross, or transitioning from a shelter (with referral). 5. Clothing Vouchers. Available to fire victims with referral from the American Red Cross, or searching for a job (with verification). 6. Soup Kitchen. Sundays at 4:30 PM. 7. Bread Distribution. Wednesdays and Fridays during office hours. 8. After School Program (Youth Enrichment). After school digital learning and homework help. Thursdays. Must register. 9. Overnight Summer Camp (Residential Camp). Must register and pay a $10 Fee. For ages 6-14. Call for dates and to register. 10. Day Camp. Must register. No fee. For ages 6-12. Call for dates and to register.BlairAltoona Worship and Service CenterSalvation Army - Altoona Worship and Service Center
    Snow Shoe/Mountain Top Food Bank - Food Distributionprovides supplemental food assistance to individuals and families in Snow Shoe, Mountain Top, Moshannon, Clarence, and Pine GlennCentreSnow Shoe/Mountain Top Food Bank - ProgramSnow Shoe/Mountain Top Food Bank
    Society of St. Vincent - Butler StoreClient Aid Services provided by appointment. Utility help through 211 and Butler Utility.ButlerDonation/PickupSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh
    State College Area Food Bank - Food DistributionProvides supplemental food to individuals and families below 150% of the federal poverty income guidelines Clients must live in the State College Area School District (or live in Julian and have a 692 phone number) and must be referred by Community Help Centre (814-237-5855) or the Salvation Army (814-861-1785.) Proof of identity will be required for referrals.CentreState College Area Food Bank - ProgramState College Area Food Bank
    St. Vincent dePaul Food for Families Food BankFood bank for needy individuals and families.BlairSt. Vincent dePaul Food Programs - Union Avenue, Altoona LocationSociety of St. Vincent dePaul of Altoona-Johnstown Diocese
    St. Vincent dePaul Food for Families - Franklin Street, Johnstown Location Food BankFood bank for needy individuals and families.CambriaSt. Vincent dePaul Food for Families - Franklin Street, Johnstown LocationSociety of St. Vincent dePaul of Altoona-Johnstown Diocese
    The Gleaning Project, SCCAPReduce hunger and improve nutrition in Adams and Franklin Counties. We distribute fresh, gleaned fruits and vegetables through a network of hunger - relief and anti - poverty organizations in Adams and Franklin counties. Food pantries, community meals, shelters, senior centers, after - school organizations, weekend backpack programs, and WIC offices amount many others are our partners in preventing hunger, improving nutrition, and strengthening the health of our community overall.AdamsSouth Central Community Action Programs, Adams CountySouth Central Community Action Programs, SCCAP
    The Gleaning Project, SCCAPFree, fresh fruits & vegetables at the SCCAP Produce Stand for any community member struggling to make ends meet. The Gleaning projects collects excess edible food from growers, producers, and gardeners and then distributes the gleaned fruits and vegetables to local agencies (food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters for the homeless, senior centers, etc.)FranklinSouth Central Community Action Programs, Franklin CountySouth Central Community Action Programs, SCCAP
    The Salvation Army Johnstown Office Emergency Food PantryEmergency food pantry. Food bags are given out Wednesday and Friday between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM.CambriaSalvation Army Johnstown Emergency Food PantryThe Salvation Army Johnstown Office
    York County Food BankThe York County Food Bank collects, stores, & sends surplus food to approximately 130 food pantries, senior centers and other non-profit organizations for distribution to needy, ill, elderly, those in half-way houses, children, infants, and camp programs in York County. The Food Bank charges approximately 19 cents per pound to cover expenses. Food is not for resale, nor given directly to individuals. Programs:
  • T.E.F.A.P. (The Emergency Food Assistance Program)
  • Commodity Supplemental Food Program: Seniors can receive a food box at one of 15 participating senior centers or food pantries with proof of income. Call to get more information.
  • Food for Families: Distributes food to 200 families every Friday, 12:30pm to 1:45pm for anyone who is in need of food. Emergency Food Voucher Program: Indivudals may go to Truth Tabernacle on 617 E. Princess St., First St. John’s Lutheran on 140 W. King St., Iglesia Casa del Alfarero on 241 E. King St., to redeem a voucher at the York County Food Bank where they can select 50 lbs. of food for free.
  • The Give A Meal Program is a joint effort between the York County Food Bank and area school districts that seeks to provide holiday meals for families who cannot afford them.
  • YorkYork County Food BankYork County Food Bank

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