Emergency Feeding Distribution Programs
An emergency or supplemental food source where people receive immediate help and pick up enough food to last three to four days. Pantries can also be a consistent supplemental food source for families whose resources fall short each month.
On-site food operations where a person can go for a meal—breakfast, lunch, dinner—without requiring eligibility guidelines or advance notice.
Provides overnight accommodations and one or more meals for people without homes or who are escaping abusive situations.
Supplemental Feeding Programs
Provides long-term housing and services, such as drug and alcohol rehab programs and group homes, and one or more meals.
Senior Feeding Programs
Meals are prepared and served to senior citizens. Voluntary contributions for meals are accepted at most centers.
Child and Adult Day Care
Established by the U.S. Congress, these programs provide reimbursement for nutritious meals served to children in childcare centers and daycare homes, or functionally impaired adults.
The United States Government operates several food assistance programs for needy or low-income individuals. These are WIC, Food Stamps (SNAP), TEFAP, summer food service programs, school lunch and breakfast programs, and nutrition programs for the elderly. Please call our Agency Relations department at 717.564.1700 for details on referring clients to these programs.