Harmony Food Pantry – Harmony Food Pantry

The Harmony Food Pantry provides healthy, nutritionally balanced and quality food to individuals and families in need. Our focus is to ensure that people are provided meals needed and nutritional facts for ongoing support. The Harmony CDC Food Pantry currently serves and average of 250 families per month and continues to be a source of outreach for the communities served. Clients receive an average of 25 pounds of food per person which equates to five days of food for an average person, per the guidelines provided by North Texas Food Bank. In addition, clients have access to other resources including employment opportunities, government assisted programs (i.e. TANF, SNAP, CHIPS), free GED classes, weatherization programs and other community events that may be beneficial to them.

Carver Heights Food Pantry

Description: Provides food to people in the 75216 and 75241 area who are in need of assistance. Picture ID and something with address that matches address on picture ID required. Food handed out on Wednesdays & Thursdays 8:00am to 10:00am.

Saturday food distribution at 11:00am for anyone in need, no ID required. Until food is gone.

Concord Church – Daily Bread Food Pantry

Food Pantry serving families and individuals in need

First timers need to come on Thursdays between 10:00am to 1:00pm to fill out an application.

Documents needed:
Government ID
Proof of Income
Proof of residence in Dallas County
Proof of family members living in home

*Not an emergency food pantry.

Holy Cross Food Pantry

Food Pantry. Agency referrals only.
Must live in zip codes 75216 and 75241.

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00am-1:00pm, Saturday 9:00am-Noon

Fees: None

Intake Procedure: Agency referral required.

Documents Required: Must have a valid picture identification card, social security cards, proof of income and proof of residence.

A Christian Food Pantry

A Christian Food Pantry & Thrift Store was opened in April 2011 to serve food-insecure people in Collin County. We are not part of any church or organization, so we rely solely upon monetary donations and income from the thrift store to pay our rent and other expenses. We are committed to showing respect and grace to our clients. A Christian Food Pantry is set up as a “farmer’s market” – people select which items they need.

Forney Food Pantry

The Forney Food Pantry is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and a North Texas Food Bank Partner Agency located in Forney, Texas, serving Forney and Crandall, Texas, since 1992.

Pleasant Grove Food Pantry

The mission of the Pleasant Grove Food Pantry is to passionately pursue a hunger-free community in Pleasant Grove and the surrounding areas.
40% of families within one mile of the Pleasant Grove Food Pantry (PGFP), have a household income of $25,000 or less and of them, 1 in 4 children go hungry every day. 42% of our seniors are forced to choose between paying for food and paying for medical care.
With your help, we can change all of that. With your help, we can, and we will, end hunger in our community.
The PGFP is a non-profit organization which provides food and other basic necessities to qualified residents of Pleasant Grove and the surrounding areas. As a member agency of the North Texas Food Bank, PGFP has access to the many resources, experience and guidance that has consistently ranked them in the top 10 food banks in America. This partnership also provides PGFP with the purchasing power to turn every dollar donated into four nutritious meals.
In the first five months of operations, PGFP has distributed over 21,000 pounds of food to almost 500 families with 2,000 family members. While it’s a great start, there are thousands more that need our help. That’s where you come in.

Seven Loaves Food Pantry

At St. Andrew, we are guided by our mission and vision statements in all that we do.
MISSION — We commit ourselves to the practice of 5 Holy Habits, in order to equip others to grow, to reach, and to serve for Christ. We will love, worship, learn, invite, and give.
VISION — To Reach and to Serve for Christ

St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry

Clients must produce a photo identification, and an additional document proving residence in Northern Collin County. The additional document does not have to be in their name, only valid to assure us that we are serving those in Northern Collin County, north of Allen. Clients are eligible to apply approximately every 4 weeks.

Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. – Pauline’s Pantry

The Lord’s Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. is a volunteer driven organization that seeks to reach the lost and broken with the love and compassion of God to address issues of poverty, addiction, oppression, discouragement, and hopelessness. We believe the whole person must be ministered to and healed in order to see lasting freedom; body – spirit – soul.

We have been blessed to be a part of God’s work in the lives of several men and women who have come up and off the streets and are in healthy and productive lifestyles and are giving back to the community.

Hands & Hearts currently serves over 1,000 people each month. Services and programs offered include transitional housing, hunger relief through Solomon’s Porch and Pauline’s Pantry supplying food and hygiene products to low income families and the homeless, Christian teaching and counseling to the homeless, residential poor and children living in shelters, clothing relief for the homeless, and food assistance for our ministry partners also serving the homeless.

Food Providers

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CitySquare – CitySquare Clinic

Services Provided:

-Housing 214-341-7800. Not a temporary or emergency shelter. Supported by U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants, Destination Home provides support services to 133 chronically homeless, disabled individuals, and veterans of U.S. military service. Each neighbor participating in Destination Home works closely with a Case Manager to transition out of homelessness and into self-sufficiency.

-Work

-Legal Aid 214-827-1000. The Legal Action Works (LAW) Center provides legal services to low-income families who could not otherwise afford legal representation to handle family crises.

-Food *Please see CitySquare Food Pantry

-Health *Please see CitySquare Community Clinic

CitySquare – Main Office

Services Provided:

-Housing 214-341-7800. Not a temporary or emergency shelter. Supported by U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants, Destination Home provides support services to 133 chronically homeless, disabled individuals, and veterans of U.S. military service. Each neighbor participating in Destination Home works closely with a Case Manager to transition out of homelessness and into self-sufficiency.

-Work

-Legal Aid 214-827-1000. The Legal Action Works (LAW) Center provides legal services to low-income families who could not otherwise afford legal representation to handle family crises.

-Food *Please see CitySquare Food Pantry

-Health *Please see CitySquare Community Clinic

CitySquare – Opportunity Center

Services Provided:

-Housing 214-341-7800. Not a temporary or emergency shelter. Supported by U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants, Destination Home provides support services to 133 chronically homeless, disabled individuals, and veterans of U.S. military service. Each neighbor participating in Destination Home works closely with a Case Manager to transition out of homelessness and into self-sufficiency.

-Work

-Legal Aid 214-827-1000. The Legal Action Works (LAW) Center provides legal services to low-income families who could not otherwise afford legal representation to handle family crises.

-Food *Please see CitySquare Food Pantry

-Health *Please see CitySquare Community Clinic

Soul for Christ Ministry Inc.

Our mission here at Soul for Christ Ministry Inc is to help the less fortunate among us while, at the same time, instructing the individuals how to become self sufficient. Our ministry is not fostering dependency but, to the contrary, we are strengthening the whole person through Counseling-Prayer-Rehabilitation.

Soul for Christ Ministry Inc believes that with God’s help any human life can be improved regardless of its current situations. Soul for Christ Ministry Inc is feeding the homeless and maintaining a food pantry to help the low income neighbors as well as single families in Dallas Texas. We are providing limited transitional housing to individuals who became homeless due to some situations beyond their control while, at the same time, assisting them in setting goals, in developing marketable skills, in networking for gainful employments and, ultimately, in obtaining permanent housing! Our goal is to assist these individuals to become self-reliant, and to discover God’s Divine Purposes for their lives.

AIDS Resource Center – Office

About the Center:

The year was 1983. “The Cosby Show” was on the television, “Return of the Jedi” played at the movie theaters and Michael Jackson’s album “Thriller” dominated the radio. That was also the year when the Resource Center Dallas got its start.

The Center’s parent organization —- the Dallas Gay Political Caucus, later known as the Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance —- incorporated what was then called the Foundation for Human Understanding in June 1983. It was established with a focus on education and service, and a goal of achieving equality, recognition and equal rights for gays and lesbians in north Texas.

As HIV and AIDS arrived in North Texas, the Foundation mobilized to deal with the pandemic. In 1985, it established the AIDS Resource Center as a source for community awareness and prevention education, legal services, a food pantry, clothing, household goods and emergency funding.

Three years later in 1988, the Center established the Nelson-Tebedo Clinic for treatment, clinical drug trials and HIV testing. Today, the renamed Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic also offers HIV dental, STD prevention and testing, medical case management, insurance assistance, prevention and transgender health services. Nutritional services are available through a food pantry on Denton Drive Cut Off as well as hot lunches at the Community Center.

After a fire damaged most of the Center’s facilities in 1989, the search was on to find a larger home. The Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic and Food Pantry remained on Cedar Springs Road, while the rest of the organization moved into the former Metropolitan Community Church site on Reagan Street. It was renamed the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center.

To recognize the history of and the struggle for GLBT rights in Dallas, the Phil Johnson Historic Archives and Research Library was established at the Community Center in 1994. The Library also operates a 24-hour recorded information helpline, which first started in 1985.

In 1998, the Foundation for Human Understanding changed its name to Resource Center of Dallas, and in 2009 became Resource Center Dallas. It operates the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center, named after the founding executive director, and the Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic. Through its health and medical services, the Center is a leader in HIV/AIDS education, prevention and services, and provides a full spectrum of STD prevention education, screenings and treatments.

More than 1,100 volunteers and a paid staff of 46 make Resource Center Dallas one of the largest centers of its kind in the United States. More than 50,000 people each year use the Center through its programs and services. From its roots as an advocacy group for civil rights regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, the Center continues its dual mission: to develop programs and offer services for the GLBT community, as well as individuals and families affected by HIV and AIDS.

Resource Center Dallas is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible.

Resource Center Dallas operates:
John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center
Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic

AIDS Resource Center

About the Center:

The year was 1983. “The Cosby Show” was on the television, “Return of the Jedi” played at the movie theaters and Michael Jackson’s album “Thriller” dominated the radio. That was also the year when the Resource Center Dallas got its start.

The Center’s parent organization –- the Dallas Gay Political Caucus, later known as the Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance –- incorporated what was then called the Foundation for Human Understanding in June 1983. It was established with a focus on education and service, and a goal of achieving equality, recognition and equal rights for gays and lesbians in north Texas.

As HIV and AIDS arrived in North Texas, the Foundation mobilized to deal with the pandemic. In 1985, it established the AIDS Resource Center as a source for community awareness and prevention education, legal services, a food pantry, clothing, household goods and emergency funding.

Three years later in 1988, the Center established the Nelson-Tebedo Clinic for treatment, clinical drug trials and HIV testing. Today, the renamed Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic also offers HIV dental, STD prevention and testing, medical case management, insurance assistance, prevention and transgender health services. Nutritional services are available through a food pantry on Denton Drive Cut Off as well as hot lunches at the Community Center.

After a fire damaged most of the Center’s facilities in 1989, the search was on to find a larger home. The Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic and Food Pantry remained on Cedar Springs Road, while the rest of the organization moved into the former Metropolitan Community Church site on Reagan Street. It was renamed the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center.

To recognize the history of and the struggle for GLBT rights in Dallas, the Phil Johnson Historic Archives and Research Library was established at the Community Center in 1994. The Library also operates a 24-hour recorded information helpline, which first started in 1985.

In 1998, the Foundation for Human Understanding changed its name to Resource Center of Dallas, and in 2009 became Resource Center Dallas. It operates the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center, named after the founding executive director, and the Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic. Through its health and medical services, the Center is a leader in HIV/AIDS education, prevention and services, and provides a full spectrum of STD prevention education, screenings and treatments.

More than 1,100 volunteers and a paid staff of 46 make Resource Center Dallas one of the largest centers of its kind in the United States. More than 50,000 people each year use the Center through its programs and services. From its roots as an advocacy group for civil rights regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, the Center continues its dual mission: to develop programs and offer services for the GLBT community, as well as individuals and families affected by HIV and AIDS.

Resource Center Dallas is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible.

Resource Center Dallas operates:
John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center
Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic

Jewish Family Service

Days/Hours: Mon Wed 8:30am-8:30pm, Tues Thur Fri 8:30am-5:00pm

Food Pantry Hours: Tues & Fri 9:00am-Noon

Description: Food Pantry for designated North Dallas zip codes by appointment only.

Zip codes are: 75001 75220 75225 75228 75229 75230 75231 75234 75238 75240 75243 75244 75248 75252 75287

Provides assistance with International Adoption. Opportunities for a variety of direct service volunteers.

This agency is a FEMA recipient.
Eligibility: Call for information

Fees: Call for information

Newman Park Christian Center

Description: Food pantry available for selected zip codes.
Eligibility: Must live in zip codes 75217 and 75180.
Fees: None.
Hours: Mon Fri 1:00pm-2:30pm
Intake Procedure: Call for more information.
Documents Required: Valid picture ID and proof of residence.
Services Offered: Food Pantries –
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White Rock Center of Hope

The White Rock Center of Hope is a community coalition of individuals,
civic and social organizations, and over 50 Member Churches united to provide
emergency aid and steps toward self-sufficiency to their neighbors.

Programs offered:
Food Pantry
Clothes Closet
Transportation Assistance
Financial Assistance
School Supplies
Christmas Toys

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 9:00am to 2:00pm, Saturdays 9:00am to Noon, and the 2nd and 3rd Thursday evening of the month from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

Serves the following zip codes: 75218, 75228, 75238, 75214, 75223

Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas

The Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas opened in 1971 as a result of several years of collaboration among American Indian community leaders and with voluntary, part-time medical providers. Since the late 1970s, funding from Indian Health Service, a branch of the US Department of Health & Human Services, along with other subsequent funding streams, has enabled the Center to expand its services to include dental, pharmacy, job training, employment, education, mental health and substance abuse counseling, emergency assistance services, a food pantry, and HIV outreach/education.

Brother Bill’s Helping Hand

Faith-based nonprofit which provides education, health, and essentials of life programs. Only serve the 75212 zip code. Photo ID and something with name and address required.

Services Offered:
– English class
– Women’s Bible Study
– Grocery Store: FREE groceries on Wednesday and Thursday mornings
– Community Clinic
– Other short term or once-a-year programs (see website for current activities)

Hours:
Monday – Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Walkins welcome. Then would be given an appointment for Food Pantry and Medical Clinic.

Voice of Hope

Our Food pantry provides food and prayer with dignity to our working poor. Through our food pantry we provide not only physical needs, but through prayer and support we provide for spiritual needs as well. We are the only food pantry in West Dallas that serves evening and weekends by appointment to accommodate to families that work.

Seniors Bible Study, Thursdays:We minister to widows and seniors weekly through Bible study and fellowship. They received God’s word and a hot meal.

Voice of Hope also has children and youth programs.

Vision Ministries – Vision Ministries

As a ministry of Denton Bible Church, our goal is to create and establish meaningful relationships with those that are under-resourced within our community.  We seek to build bridges to both a loving God and a community of support that is committed to meeting their physical and spiritual needs.  At the end of the day, we recognize that we all suffer from the brokenness of our world — no matter our economic status, race, health, or age — and the message of Jesus Christ’ life, death, and resurrection is the hope that we have to offer.  We believe that poverty is rooted in broken relationships and because of that our solutions must be rooted in the power of Jesus’ death and resurrection to put all things into right relationships again.  Our message to our clients (and volunteers…and anyone who will listen) is “I’m broken, you’re broken, but Jesus can fix us both.”

Salvation Army – Dallas Services

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian
Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission
is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Salvation Army – Lewisville

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian
Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission
is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Share Center

Founded in 1995, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Share Center’s mission is to “Help People Help Themselves” to provide the opportunity for a brighter future by providing food, clothing, build self-esteem, offer classes for further education and job referrals. The center is located in Terrell, Texas and serves Kaufman County.

Shepherds Storehouse

Shepherds Storehouse http://www.shepherdsstorehouse.org Address: 1189 S Hwy 377P.O. Box 826Pilot Point, TX 76258 9406862620 Resources – Food Pantry Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8:30am – 12:00pm....

American Red Cross – Dallas Area Chapter

24 hour coverage to provide food, clothing, shelter and essential household items to Dallas area disaster victims. Additional assistance in major disasters. Processes referrals for state and federal benefits. Direct aid may be given to help families reestablish. Aid available for military families on a case by case basis. Provides community disaster awareness information. Provides case management as well.

Baptist Benevolent Ministries of Irving

BBMOI is a Christian ministry that exists to meet the hunger and spiritual needs of those who live in Irving and enables a sense of self-respect and responsibility through services offered.

Services: Provide food and/or spiritual guidance to the residents of Irving who are in a temporary crisis situation. Proof of residency and picture ID required for long term food services.

Will hand out a bag of food with water to homeless without ID.
Also provide hygiene products – toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, deodorant and laundry detergent.

Tuesday night co-ed Bible study at 6:30pm. Homeless and non-homeless welcome.

This is Your Season Ministries

This Is Your Season Ministries is a 501 c3 nonprofit ministry based in Rockwall devoted to sharing the Love of God, by encouraging all to give their hearts to the Lord Jesus Christ in our local community and to nations all over the world.
• Community of Believers feeds hundreds of families in Rockwall through the North Texas Food Bank
• Weekly woman’s Bible Study, retreats and conferences across the United States
• Provide Thanksgiving & Christmas meals for families in need
• Transitional home for women
• Coordinate the National  Day of Prayer for Rockwall, community prayer at the Prayer Chapel, Prayer Walk for our schools, and establishing a 24/7 House of Prayer in Rockwall.
• Operate a Worship Institute for young adults to study the Word of God
• Spiritually and financially support pastors, orphanages, clinics, and schools around the world.
• Minister God’s love in 30 Nations globally.
• Provide Bibles for pastors and believers.
• Partnered with the city and its churches to minister to the hundreds of families after Hurricane Katrina.

Allen Community Outreach

This agency provides assistance with rent, facilities, food, and clothing as well as with job placement. Other programs include Meals on Wheels, Vision Program, Auditory Program, Dental Program, and Consumer Credit Counseling Services.

Eligibility: Call for an appointment if you can provide proof of residency in zip codes of Allen, Fairview, or Lucas.

Fees: none

Required Documents: Bring to the appointment: Social Security Card for each member of household, driver’s license/picture ID, proof of residency, Medicaid/Medicare papers, proof of income (paycheck stub, child support, SSI, food stamps, TANF, unemployment check), verification of housing cost (rent receipt, rent contract, mortgage payment), utility bills (gas, electric, water), other (car payment, car insurance, phone bill, cable bill, medical bills, credit cards, and loans)

Resale store: Monday – 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM, Tuesday-Saturday – 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

TR Hoover Community Development Corporation

Our Mission
“To strengthen and empower the social and economic fabric of the Ideal Neighborhood through partnerships with its residents, associations, local institutions and other public, private and nonprofit organizations to provide wholesome development of affordable housing, economic development and community services.”

Our mission takes a holistic approach to the revitalization of the Neighborhood community.  A significant part of our commitment relates to the youth of the community.  

Serves a small area in Dallas. Check website for more details.

Wilkinson Center – Adult Education, Eastfield College

Wilkinson Center is a leading poverty rescue and prevention agency for the working poor, serving over 14,000 people annually, mainly in East and Southeast Dallas. Wilkinson Center offers hope, inspiration, and the basic necessities and tools to empower its clients to become self-sufficient and improve their lives.

Salvation Army – OAK CLIFF COMMUNITY CENTER

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian
Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission
is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

LifeNet – Pebbles Park Apartments

We provide housing for the homeless, food for the hungry and opportunities to earn a living.
We provide personal care for anyone who struggles with mental disorders and addiction.
As a result, we reunite families, rediscover hope and rebuild lives.

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Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. – Mercy Seat Church

The Lord’s Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. is a volunteer driven organization that seeks to reach the lost and broken with the love and compassion of God to address issues of poverty, addiction, oppression, discouragement, and hopelessness. We believe the whole person must be ministered to and healed in order to see lasting freedom; body – spirit – soul.

We have been blessed to be a part of God’s work in the lives of several men and women who have come up and off the streets and are in healthy and productive lifestyles and are giving back to the community.

Hands & Hearts currently serves over 1,000 people each month. Services and programs offered include transitional housing, hunger relief through Solomon’s Porch and Pauline’s Pantry supplying food and hygiene products to low income families and the homeless, Christian teaching and counseling to the homeless, residential poor and children living in shelters, clothing relief for the homeless, and food assistance for our ministry partners also serving the homeless.

Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. – Nehemiah’s House

The Lord’s Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. is a volunteer driven organization that seeks to reach the lost and broken with the love and compassion of God to address issues of poverty, addiction, oppression, discouragement, and hopelessness. We believe the whole person must be ministered to and healed in order to see lasting freedom; body – spirit – soul.

We have been blessed to be a part of God’s work in the lives of several men and women who have come up and off the streets and are in healthy and productive lifestyles and are giving back to the community.

Hands & Hearts currently serves over 1,000 people each month. Services and programs offered include transitional housing, hunger relief through Solomon’s Porch and Pauline’s Pantry supplying food and hygiene products to low income families and the homeless, Christian teaching and counseling to the homeless, residential poor and children living in shelters, clothing relief for the homeless, and food assistance for our ministry partners also serving the homeless.

Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. – Solomon’s Porch

The Lord’s Hands & Hearts Ministries, Inc. is a volunteer driven organization that seeks to reach the lost and broken with the love and compassion of God to address issues of poverty, addiction, oppression, discouragement, and hopelessness. We believe the whole person must be ministered to and healed in order to see lasting freedom; body – spirit – soul.

We have been blessed to be a part of God’s work in the lives of several men and women who have come up and off the streets and are in healthy and productive lifestyles and are giving back to the community.

Hands & Hearts currently serves over 1,000 people each month. Services and programs offered include transitional housing, hunger relief through Solomon’s Porch and Pauline’s Pantry supplying food and hygiene products to low income families and the homeless, Christian teaching and counseling to the homeless, residential poor and children living in shelters, clothing relief for the homeless, and food assistance for our ministry partners also serving the homeless.