GENERAL FOOD RESOURCES

PLEASE NOTE: 
This site used to list all the food pantries in 6 counties but in the last year or so, it's become impossible to keep up on all the new pantries opening, as well as closing, so we are leaving that information service to this site who does it so well!  www.pantrynet.org  
(Click on the Pantry Locator) Listed on this site are the general food pantries in every city, county, etc. 

Listed below are other food resources such as EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRIES as well as food delivery services!

Various resources for families is also listed at www.greatstart.org 

NOTE: SENIORS: Please ALSO check under the SENOR CITIZEN RESOURCES for programs esp. for you besides the ones listed 
on this page!

VETERANSPlease ALSO look for special programs just for you at the bottom of the page!

NEW!
Did you know that Amazon.com, Instacart.com, and Walmart.com have grocery delivery that accepts EBT/Bridge Card online??


NATIONAL & STATE-WIDE RESOURCES

The National Hunger Hotline 866-3 HUNGRY and 877-8 HAMBRE (866-348-6479 and 877-842-6273), refers people in need of 
emergency food assistance to food pantries, government programs, and model grassroots organizations that work to improve access to healthy, nutritious food and build self-reliance. Help is available on Monday through Friday from 9 am-6 pm EST. 
Hablamos español. The Hotline is funded in part by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service. Website: https://www.fns.usda.gov/partnerships/national-hunger-clearinghouse

NO KID HUNGRY!                           
Phone:  Call 2-1-1
Text:  FOODMI to 877-877
Website: https://www.nokidhungry.org/who-we-are
FREE summer meals are available for all children under the age of 18. No registration or ID is required to access free summer
 meals. To find your summer site, call, text or visit the website above. 

NOTE: 
EXPEDITED Food Assistance Benefits (Bridge Card)
If you have little or no money, or no home, you might qualify to have your Food Assistance Program (FAP) application processed 
more quickly. Ask the receptionist for the short application filing form. Complete it, sign and date it and TURN IT TODAY!  
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A specialist will look at the information you have provided and will be able to tell you whether you qualify for faster service 
OR if you must wait the normal processing time. If you have the right to faster service, you will still have to complete the en-
tire application form and talk with a specialist to see if you qualify for food assist- ance benefits. You will also need to provide the Department with the required documents to verify your statement AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  
For quicker service, you may set up a Department of Human Services account and apply online 
at https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71551_7034---,00.html
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MICHIGAN WIC ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Below are the categorical requirements for the Women, Infants and Children program.
Women:
1.  During pregnancy and up to 6 weeks after the birth of an infant 
2.  Postpartum up to six months after the birth of the infant or the end of the pregnancy
3.  Breastfeeding up to the infant's first birthday
Infants/Children: Up to the infant's/child's first birthday.
MICHIGAN WIC APPLICATION RESIDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must be a resident of Michigan. If you are an applicant and live in an area where the Women, Infants and Children
program is administered by an Indian Tribal Organization, then you must meet residency requirements established by the ITO. Applicants are not required to live in Michigan or a local service area for a certain amount of time to meet the WIC eligibility requirements. At the option of the local state agency, a Michigan WIC applicant may be required to live in a local service area 
and apply for benefits at a clinic near that area. 

Senior Project FRESH (Farm Resources Expanding and Supporting Health)
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/osa/0,4635,7-234-64083_43343---,00.html
This program allows low-income, nutritionally at-risk people 60 and older, to buy fresh produce using Coupon  Booklets. The 
FRESH coupons are administered through the Michigan Department of Community Health and eligible consumers can use the coupons at participating farmers markets and roadside stands from June- October. See new program directly below! 

Fair Food Network's "Double Up Food Bucks" Program 
Phone: 866-586-2796
Website: https://fairfoodnetwork.org
Some markets this year also are participating in the Fair Food Network's Double Up Food Bucks Project. This is for people who use
the Bridge cards for food assistance. Each time the card is used for fruits and vegetables, the amount spent is matched dollar for 
dollar, up to $20, to be used toward more fruits and vegetables.

MiCAFE  (Michigan's Coordinated Access to Food for the Elderly)
Administration Office:
3815 W. St. Joseph   Suite C-200      
Lansing, MI  48917
Phone: 517-485-9164    Potential clients please call 877-664-2233  
Website: https://www.elderlawofmi.org/micafe
MiCAFE, or Michigan’s Coordinated Access to Food for the Elderly, is a program of Elder Law of Michigan that provides benefit application assistance to seniors aged 60 and older, helping them make ends meet and put healthy food on their table. MiCAFE 
is an educational and community-centered program that focuses on improving the health and well-being of seniors around the 
State of Michigan. 

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) Food & Nutrition Service
Braddock Metro Center II
1320 Braddock Place
Alexandria, VA  22314
Phone: 703-305-2062
Website: https://www.fns.usda.gov/tefap/emergency-food-assistance-program
TEFAP offers monthly food support to eligible residents. Proof of income and residency is required!   
The Program: 
USDA buys the food, including processing and packaging, and ships it to the States. The amount received by each State
depends on its low-income and unemployed population. State agencies work out details of administration and distribution. 
They select local organizations that either directly distribute to households or serve meals, or distribute to other local organ-
izations that perform these functions. Each State sets criteria for determining what households are eligible to receive food 
for home consumption. Income standards may, at the State’s discretion, be met through participation in other existing Fed-
eral, State, or local food, health, or welfare programs for which eligibility is based on income. Call 734-721-4470 to find the 
nearest center to you!

EATING RIGHT IS BASIC / Michigan State University Extension 
Administrative Office:
5454 Venoy
Wayne, MI 48184
Phone: 734-721-6576      888-678-3464
Email: msue.wayne@county.msu.edu 
Website: https://www.canr.msu.edu/outreach
Stretch your food dollars while keeping your family healthy with this fun course from MSU Extension Program! Classes are 
offered throughout Michigan and you can sign up today at the contact info above. 
Some of the courses available are:  


OPEN IN MULTIPLE COUNTIES and SOME DELIVERY SERVICES!: 

FORGOTTEN HARVEST 
Administrative Office: 
21800 Greenfield 
Oak Park, MI  48237
Phone: 248-967-1500
Website: https://www.forgottenharvest.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/forgottenharvest
Forgotten Harvest delivers 138,000 pounds of surplus food per day, to local charities six days a week, providing families in need 
with fresh and nutritious food free of charge. All the food we rescue and produce is delivered to metro Detroit families who are 
food-insecure and struggling to cover the cost of basic life necessities. Our food helps bridge the income gap for tens of thous-
ands of people, allowing them to secure some basic life necessities for themselves and their family. Be sure to check under the 
MOBILE PANTRIES section for the multiple locations where they will be distributing each week OR the Facebook page!!

Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan
Main Headquarters:
2131 Beaufait
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 866-GLEANER (453-2637)
Email: siteadmin@gcfb.org
Website: https://www.gcfb.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Gleanersfan
Gleaners continues to serve our partners and those in need. We have expanded our food distribution efforts to include additional 
drive-up mobile sites across our service area in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston and Monroe counties. New information, in-
cluding location, hours, and services, will be updated as it is confirmed. Check the website each week for the locations they will
be distributing from OR the Facebook page!
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Gleaners is reaching out to organizations serving seniors in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties to offer monthly food boxes through the USDA Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP). The food boxes are similar to what is currently offered through
Focus: HOPE. However, there are still seniors struggling to get food in our community and Gleaners wants to help. Depending on 
the capacity of the organization, Gleaners can assist with the paperwork to get seniors enrolled in the CSFP program and begin receiving food from them each month. They also have a working relationship with DoorDash, who could deliver the food from their warehouse right to seniors' doors if needed. This is free of charge to the site / organization and the senior.
Please reach out to Rachel Binder at rbinder@gcfb.org for more information!

Focus HOPE Food for Seniors 
1400 Oakman Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48238
Phone: 313-494-4600 
Email:  food@focushope.edu 
Website: https://www.focushope.edu/food-for-seniors
​Focus: HOPE Food for Seniors:
In partnership with federal and state agencies, we provide 41,000 low-income seniors with monthly food packages to help them 
meet basic needs. Focus: HOPE provides food boxes to senior citizens who are 60 years old or older and reside in Wayne, Oak-
land, Macomb or Washtenaw counties.

SALVATION ARMY 
Website: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/usc/location-search
Food programs and services vary with local needs. For information on specific programs and locations, contact your local Salva- tion Army Corps Community Center by using the location search on this page. To receive services for food, you must be able to show the following items: Valid Michigan picture ID for every adult (18+) member in the household and birth certificates for all 
minors under age 18. 
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The Salvation Army / Dearborn Corps.
26700 Warren 
Dearborn Heights, MI  48127
Phone: 313-563-4457  #500  Christine 
Email: christine.snyder@usc.salvationarmy.org 
Website: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/dearbornheights
Our client choice food pantry is available for anyone in our service area. Please call or email ahead to make an appointment.
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The Salvation Army / Downriver Corps. 
1258 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, MI  48192 
Phone: 734-282-0930  #606  Julie  
Email: Julie.KennedyCarpenter@usc.salvationarmy.org   
Website: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/downriver
Can usually help also with personal hygiene products, paper products, adult diapers (call for availability). Food pantry is open 
on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Please call at least 24 hours in advance if possible! See the Case Worker for help with applying for
various food programs through other organizations. 

Wayne County Senior Services
3600 Commerce Court, Bldg. E
Wayne, MI  48184
​Phone: 734-326-5202   800-851-1454
Website: https://www.waynecounty.com/departments/seniorservices/home.aspx
Wayne County Senior Services provides congregate, home-delivered, and liquid meals to eligible senior citizens aged 60 and 
older in the 34 communities in western Wayne County and in the downriver areas.
Congregate Meals:
Congregate Meals are available to senior citizens age 60 years or older and their spouses, and to physically handicapped 
persons residing in any senior high-rise where a nutrition site is located.
Home-Delivered Meals:
Senior citizens aged 60 years and older who are confined to their homes, may receive hot meals delivered Monday-Friday.
Liquid Meals:
Liquid Nutrition Program is available to senior citizens age 60 or older, who are unable to ingest solid food.

CORKTOWN HEALTH 
1726 Howard 
Detroit, MI  48216 
Phone: 313-832-3300
Email: info@corktownhealth.org
Website: https://corktownhealth.org/services/food-bank
The Food Bank program provides clients living with HIV nutritional services such as food vouchers, nutritional supplements, 
and Medical Nutritional Therapy with our Registered Dietitian.
Services Offered:
Nutritional Supplement Program:
Provides supplements such as Ensure, Glucerna, Nepro, for clients living with HIV in the Detroit Metro Area with an “underweight” Body Mass Index (BMI) or who have experienced unplanned weight loss.
Medical Nutritional Therapy:
Participation in Medical Nutrition Therapy with the Registered Dietitian is required when receiving food voucher and nutritional supplement services. You can complete your Annual Nutritional Assessment by mail, virtually, or through an in-person assess-
ment with our Registered Dietitian. If you are not in the food voucher or nutritional supplement programs but would like help 
gaining or losing weight or help eating healthier, we encourage you to contact our Registered Dietitian, Meghan Marshall, for 
an assessment.

Brillant Detroit / HelpKitchen
Phone: 313-425-7456
Brillant Detroit is partnering with HelpKitchen, a non-profit, to HELP FAMILIES IN NEED OF MEAL. You can get delicious meals 
from local restaurants FOR FREE. You must complete all 3 steps below!
1.  Text the word Food to 313-488-4321
2.  You will be linked to a nearby restaurant and given a choice of dates and times to pick up your meals 
3.  DON'T SKIP THIS STEP!  Make sure to answer each text. You will receive a confirmation text with your pickup location when 
     your order is complete. YOU MUST CONFIRM YOUR ORDER BEFORE YOU PICK UP YOUR FOOD! On your assigned time and 
     date, arrive at the restaurant, give them your last 4 digits of your phone number and they will give you your meals to take home 
     free of charge! 

LASAGNA LOVE 
Email: info@lasagnalove.org 
Website: https://lasagnalove.org
Who We Are:
Lasagna Love has since grown into a national movement, with thousands of people all cooking and delivering meals to families 
in their communities. What we do is simple: feed families, spread kindness, and strengthen communities. Our mission is not only 
to help address the incredible rise in food insecurity among families, but also to provide a simple act of love and kindness during 
a time full of uncertainty and stress.

MOM'S MEALS 
3210 S.E. Corporate Woods Dr.
Ankeny, IA 50021
Phone:  877-508-6667
Website: https://consumershelpingneighbors.com
Who is eligible for Mom’s Meals?
We serve clients who are covered under Medicare Advantage plans, Medicaid plans, Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) programs or the Older Americans Act, and by individuals or their caregivers who are looking for a self-pay program.
Medicaid and Older American Act Recipients:
We offer meals to recipients under certain Medicaid and Older American Act programs. Eligibility for meals varies by state and 
by program. If you have a Case Manager, he or she will be able to tell you if home-delivered meals are part of your benefits. If 
you don’t know or don’t have an assigned Case Manager, you can get in touch with your local Area on Aging, who may be able 
to help.
Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries:
Many Medicare Advantage plans offer meals as part of their post-discharge or chronic care support programs. To see if yours 
does, consult you plan materials or call the phone number on the back of your insurance card.
Self-pay Individuals:
We offer a self-pay program for those without an eligible health plan or who don’t qualify for government assistance, but still 
want the convenience of home-delivered meals for themselves or a loved one.

​Shopping Angels, Inc. 
​Email: michigan@shoppingangelsglobal.org
​Website: https://shoppingangelsglobal.org/about
​Mission Statement:
Shopping Angels is a program designed to provide services to those populations deemed especially at-risk for novel COVID-19 
virus that is spreading throughout the United States. To help ease the uncertainty, anxiety, and fear surrounding this pandemic, 
we are volunteering our time to personally deliver groceries or other shopping necessities to those who may prefer to stay within 
the safety of their own home at no additional cost.
Vision:
To provide top-tier delivery of essential items to the elderly and immuno-compromised while keeping volunteers and clients as 
safe as possible.
Prohibited Items:
Shopping Angels does not deliver alcohol, tobacco or other drugs. Shopping Angels does not deliver non-essential items (i.e. electronic devices).

Catholic Charities
Phone: 586-267-0212  Stephanie
If you are unable to go to a food pantry due to age, disability, etc., please call Stephanie to set up deliveries. There are no income guidelines and she will ask you how many people are in the home and dietary restrictions. They also offer incontinence products 
if needed. This organization partners with Gleaners and offers this service to multiple counties

My Neighborhood Mobile Grocer / Gleaners Community Food Bank 
Website: https://mobilegrocery.com
A pop-up market that brings quality, affordable food directly to seniors who live at one of their 17 pop-up locations, allowing folks 
to stretch their food dollars while encouraging better nutrition. 
Various locations include: Madison Heights, Royal Oak, Southfield, Center Line, Detroit, Harper Woods, Highland Park, Westland 
and Garden City.  View their locations and weekly schedule here: https://mobilegrocery.com/locations

Muslim Center MASJID-Pantry & Soup Kitchen      
1605 Davison Fwy.
Detroit, MI  48238
Phone: 313-883-3330
Email: info@muslimcenterdetroit.com
Website: https://muslimcenterdetroit.com
Free grocery delivery to those in need. 

Zelphia's Community Kitchen
Administrative Office:
P.O. Box 837
Novi, MI  48376
Phone: 269-275-9728
Email: zelphiascommunitykitchen@gmail.com
Website: https://www.zelphias.com
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FOOD PICKUP SITES:
Fair Haven Baptist Church
34850 Marquette 
Westland, MI  48185
Available every other Thursday from Noon to 1 p.m. Please order ahead online! See Senior Delivery Service below!
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Meadowbrook Congregational Church
21355 Meadowbrook 
Novi, MI  48375
Phone: 269-275-9728
Free Grab & Go Groceries, first-come, first-serve. No registration required. Open to anyone from any county or school district! 
Selected Saturdays from Noon to 12:30 p.m.
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NEW SENIORS PROGRAM!
Low income seniors age 60+ can pick-up a free pre-packed box of food every month.  If you live within 10 miles of one of our distribution sites (above), DoorDash will deliver it to you for free! Contact us to learn how to enroll today!

Community Assistance Program (CAP) Emergency Services       
5027 West Boston Boulevard
Detroit, MI  48204
Phone: 313-834-6633
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Community-Assistance-Program-CAP-Detroit-1033622646658814
Community Assistance Program (CAP) provides assistance to individuals and families facing crisis or emergency situations. 
We service an area of approximately 70 square miles within Detroit. Offers emergency food. 

Delivering Disciples Meal Request Delivery
45160 Van Dyke Ave.
Utica, MI  48317 
Phone: 586-731-4490 #231
Email: Deliveringdisciples@trinityutica.com/missions
Website: https://trinityutica.com/missions 
Delivering Disciples is dedicated to providing pre-packaged, healthy meals at no cost to the under-priviledged who are unable
to either get or prepare their own meal. We know there are kitchens in need of respite care as much as their owners. If you are 
caring for a loved one or going through a difficult season or know someone else who is, please submit information to our sched-
uling coordinator using the link on the website. Delivering Disciples wants to bless our congregation and neighbors through this ministry opportunity! We are accepting information for any persons in need of meals delivered to their doorstep on a weekly basis. Available to those in the Utica area and nearby!
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Trinity Utica also distributes hot meals-to-go and sack lunches on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY EMERGENCY PANTRIES : 

Redford Interfaith Relief
18499 Beech Daly 
Redford, MI  48240
Phone: 313-387-9802
Website: www.redfordinterfaithrelief.org
The Emergency Food Assistance Program / Access to our Client-Choice Pantry
A program created by Redford Interfaith Relief and community churches to meet the emergency needs of the community. 
Customers must first receive an emergency referral from their church community. The Emergency Food Program is also 
a Client-Choice Pantry of groceries, and personal care items, approved by the agency’s Board of Directors.
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Customers shop in our Client-Choice Pantry but must first show:
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Genesis Hope / We Care ​Senior Food Assistance     
7200 Mack 
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone: 313-571-0937    313-571-0937
Email: info@genesishope.org
Website: Under redevelopment 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GenesisHOPE1
GenesisHOPE is a multi-service organization advancing health equity. We are community development professionals leading
inclusive and equitable development of places where we live, wok, learn and play. Senior food assistance, emergency cash 
assistance, Health & nutrition education classes. Services available to residents of 48207, 48213 & 48214 ONLY. 

ICNA RELIEF/ Muslim Family Services ​
12500 Mitchell 
Detroit, MI  48212
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12346 McDougall
Detroit, MI  48212
Phone: 313-366-6800
Website: https://muslimfamilyservices.org
ICNA Relief Michigan has served the Michigan community since 1998 as Muslim Family Services (MFS). We offer a full range 
of services to individuals, couples, and families of all backgrounds. The mission of ICNA Relief’s Muslim Family Services is 
to provide a compassionate support system through our programs which will nourish, flourish, and facilitate the success of 
our community.

L.A.H.C.
5275 Kenilworth 
Dearborn, MI  48126
Phone: 888-315-LAHC (5242)
Email: info@lahc.org
Website: https://lahc.org/humanservices
LAHC Emergency Food Voucher Program: (assistance is based on availability of funds): 
Food supplements are administered based on a voucher system. Individuals or families in need can receive a food voucher 
designated for groceries. The amount of the voucher is based upon the number of household members.
Food Pantry Program: Provide food donations through our food pantry. Additionally, we organize monthly food distributions 
serving the homeless population.

Fish & Loaves Food Pantry   
25670 Northline                  
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone: 734-442-0031
Website: https://www.flcfp.org
All income-eligible residents of Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Dearborn Heights, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, and Wood- haven, plus active members of all partner churches, are eligible to enroll at Fish & Loaves Community Pantry for free food 
assistance. Visits to the pantry are by advance appointment only!  As a client-choice pantry, Fish & Loaves allows families & individuals to shop at our store-like facility at no cost. Families and individuals are encouraged to take only what they want 
and can use. Fish & Loaves makes available a wide range of canned goods, refrigerated and frozen foods, dairy products, &
 seasonal produce.
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Enrollment requires a picture ID with local address, proof of residency, number of household members,  annual income
(If you don't live in the cities serviced above, please call your church if you are a MEMBER & see if they are a partner church)! Emergency visits MAY be possible. Pease call ahead and ask for the pantry Office Director!
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If you are VERY low-income and do not live in any of the usual cities served (listed above), please call on a MONDAY ONLY to
talk to the Wayne Metro Social Worker who will see if you can qualify under a different program. You may also get an Emergency 
Food Box as well! 
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Anyone living downriver but not in the cities served, may call and ask for up to 2 Emergency Boxes per year!

Downriver Church Emergency Food Pantry
14400 Beech Daly
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone: 734-442-6100
Email: office@drumc.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DownRiverUMC 
Every Thursday, the Church hosts an emergency food pantry for a one-day food supplement for individuals and families living
in the Downriver communities. The Pantry is open every Thursday between the hours of 10 a.m. and noon. Participants must 
their driver's license or state issued ID to participate. This church also has a Hygiene Pantry too. 

Christ the King Lutheran Church Food Pantry 
16700 Pennsylvania
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-479-6337  Pastor Harry (for food delivery)
Website: http://www.ctk.me/food-pantry
Offers food delivery upon request. 

Franklin Wright Settlements 
MAIN OFFICE
3360 Charlevoix 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-579-1000
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SOPHIE WRIGHT BRANCH
4141 Mitchell 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-579-1000
Email: info@franklinwright.org​
Website: https://www.franklinwright.org/emergency-assistance
Franklin-Wright Settlements partners with Focus Hope to provide emergency food boxes & partners with Forgotten Harvest 
to assist families with supplementary food.

Detroit Police 6th Precinct's Community Closet
11450 Warwick at Plymouth Road 
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-596-5600
The Community Closet is for all Detroiter's, made possible from donations. The closet includes food, hygiene items, diapers 
for babies, and even coats, hats, and business attire for men & women for job interviews.


LENAWEE COUNTY:

The Daily Bread Emergency Food Pantry
PO Box 894 
302 S. Tecumseh
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-266-0937
Email: thedailybread@frontier.com
Website: https://www.dailybreadlenawee.org
The emergency food pantry is open Tuesday and Friday from 12:00-2:00 pm. Pantry service is operated from the desk in the 
front of the building. You will need to bring a picture ID to receive food. You may utilize the food pantry service once per month.

Salvation Army--Adrian Corps.
217 W. Church 
Adrian, MI  49221 
Phone: 517-265-2038
Website: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/adrian
Food and Nutrition programs. 

Community Action Agency of South Central Michigan
Commodity Supplemental Food Program 
175 Main 
Battle Creek, MI  49014
Phone: 877-422-2726
Website: http://caascm.org/programs/13
Eligibility: 
Coverage Area: This program covers residents of the following counties: Calhoun, Barry, Branch, Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee,
 and Saint Joseph. 


MACOMB COUNTY:

Macomb Community Action Agency 
21885 Dunham   Suite 10
Clinton Township, MI  48036
Phone: 586-469-5228
Website: www.mca.macombgov.org
This agency has partnered with Shipt to provide 5,000+ FREE one-year delivery memberships to Macomb Co. Seniors. Shipt 
shoppers conveniently deliver groceries, pet supplies and other essentials to your door from participating retailers. 

ACCESS Sterling Heights Center
4301 East 14 Mile 
Sterling Heights, MI 48310
Phone: 586-722-6036
Website: https://www.accesscommunity.org/about
All are welcome to visit our free food pantry! If you are not able to visit when the pantry is open, please call to arrange a visit 
during a time that is convenient for you. Our regular drive-thru food distribution is on Wednesdays from t p.m. to 3 p.m.

Samaritan House
62324 Van Dyke
Washington, MI  48094
Phone: 586-336-9956
Website:  http://samaritanhousemichigan.org
Samaritan House is a distribution center for Focus Hope. As such, we deliver Focus Hope food orders to qualified seniors who 
live in our service area. Seniors can receive assistance from Samaritan House to determine their eligibility and to apply for Focus:
Hope food assistance through the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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Food Pantry
The main purpose of Samaritan House is to provide emergency food for those in need. A pantry food order s designed to feed all
members of the household three meals a day for 10-14 days. 
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Also delivers groceries to homebound clients the 3rd & 4th Wednesday of every month!
***Armada, Bruce Twp., Ray Twp., Romeo, Washington Twp., Macomb Twp., Shelby Twp., Utica. 
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Commodities
Samaritan House is also a distribution center for Macomb County Community Services Agency (MCCSA). MCCSA provides emer-
gency food through their Macomb Food Program. The criteria to access the Macomb Food Program requires only that a person 
be a Macomb County resident and have an emergency need for food. The person in need of emergency food must call United Way information/referral 2-1-1 (or 1-800-552-1183). Once approved, arrangements can be made to receive commodity food orders through Samaritan House for those residing in our service area.

Macomb Feeding The Need
Headquarters:
27151 Gratiot Ave
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone: 586-945-7090
Website:  https://www.macombftn.org
Please check website for current locations & times!

Live Rite Food Pantry 
27700 Gratiot 
Roseville, MI 48066
Phone: 586-217-5899   After Hours 24/7: 586-229-0798
Email: liveritestructuredcorp@gmail.com
Website: https://www.liveritestructuredcorp.com/387.20001220703125#resource-info
Offers food delivery upon request. 

Utica Residents, see the top of the page for Delivery Disciples of Trintiy Lutheran Church--Utica


OAKLAND COUNTY: 

Yad Ezra 
2850 W. 11 Mile 
Berkley, MI  48072
Phone: 248-548-3663
Email: info@yadezra.org
Website: https://www.yadezra.org 
Online Client Application: https://www.yadezra.org/client-application
Anyone in an emergency situation can get a bag of groceries from us AT LEAST ONE TIME. If someone needs food immediately 
and cannot wait until their application is processed, we will provide a bag of groceries to anyone who stops by and requests it,
Monday-Thursday between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. Families or individuals seeking assistance for the first time should complete a New 
Client Application. Return your completed application by emailing to ruth@yadezra.org; dropping it off in their application box 
by the front door of their building; or mailing it to their address. 
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Until further notice, they're delivering pre-packaged grocery orders. THERE ARE NO CLIENT PICK-UPS AT THE BUILDING. Clients receive grocery deliveries approximately every 3-5 weeks on their scheduled food receipt date, Sunday-Thursday, within the delivery window of Noon to 5 p.m. 

Madison Heights Food Pantry 
1529 E. 12 Mile 
Madison Heights, MI 48071
Email: hello@madisonheightsfoodpantry.org
Website: http://www.madisonheightsfoodpantry.org
Offers delivery to homebound Madison Heights residents.

Dream Center of Pontiac
830 Auburn Ave.
Pontiac, MI  48342 
Phone: 248- 221-5747
Website: https://dcofmi.org/what-we-do/basic-needs
Offers home delivery of Gleaners fresh food boxes to eligible residents on the 2nd & 4th Friday of every month at 2 p.m. 

AFFIRMATIONS LGBTQ+ Community Center / Affirmations Angels
290 W. 9 Mile 
Ferndale, MI  48220
Phone: 248-398-7105
Website: www.goaffirmations.org 
Affirmations Angels:
Affirmations Angels (Aff Angels) is a senior services program modeled after a successful response to the AIDS crisis of the 1980s-1990s where individuals recognized a need, rolled up their sleeves, swallowed their fears, ignored the stigmas and opposition and provided needed care and services for those living with HIV/AIDS in the early days of the disease.
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In partnership with SAGE of Metro Detroit, the Aff Angels Volunteer Corps will provide culturally-competent general non-medical assistance to LGBTQ+ seniors for their daily needs – such as grocery shopping, transportation to doctor appointments, pickup 
of medications, light laundry, light meal prep or simply providing company and fellowship to the often-marginalized members of 
the community.


WASHTENAW COUNTY: 

HOPE CLINIC 
Ypsilanti Clinic
518 Harriet 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-484-2989 
Email: info@thehopeclinic.org
Website: https://thehopeclinic.org/get-food
Pantry appointments will allow you to shop for your own food alongside a volunteer. You may sign up for one pantry appointment
per month & expect to leave with 3-5 bags of food. Walk up groceries are still available: If you are running out of food, and still have time before your next appointment, you are welcome to come to walk up groceries at the farm stand to get some additional, staple
food items. 
DELIVERY:
Can’t pick up groceries? If you are in quarantine or otherwise not able to leave your house because of mobility, transportation or 
high-risk, we have grocery delivery! You can choose to get your delivery either Wednesday or Friday, and it will come between 1-4 pm. Call 734-484-2989 Mon-Thurs from 9 am-4 pm to reserve a delivery. You must call by 4 pm the day before, and we cap the list at 
50 people. You can also send a neighbor or family member to pick up groceries for you during regular distribution hours.

Food Gatherers
Food Gatherers Warehouse:
1 Carrot Way
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone: 734-761-2796
Email: info@foodgatherers.org
Website: https://www.foodgatherers.org
Food Gatherers is the largest anti-hunger program in Washtenaw County. We partner with a network of hunger-relief partners that include agencies and programs providing direct food assistance through schools, clinics, low-income housing complexes, shelters, counseling programs, and faith-based organizations, as well as programs serving seniors, the disabled or those with mental illness, and substance abuse recovery programs. By providing free or very low-cost food to our partners, they can serve their communities 
and direct their own funds toward the vital human services they provide. 

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan
1921 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-544-0015   800-482-3041
Website: https://hfmich.org
Emergency food assistance for those with bleeding disorders that impact their income such as hemophilia, von Willebrand, other coagulation disorders, hepatitis, HIV or AIDS. Must not have received aid from this agency in past 12 months.


VETERANS:  Please see special resources for you below!

ALSO:  Please see the Meals On Wheels page on this website.
               For Community Dinners (Soup Kitchens), please see this page on this website


BAKERY THRIFT STORES

Hostess & Wonder Bakery Outlets:  
Please note that all of the Hostess outlets have closed. 

Aunt Millie's Bakeries                  
Phone:  855-755-BAKE (2253)
Email:  CustomerService@AuntMillie.com
Website: https://www.auntmillies.com/about/bakery-outlets
Adrian
971 W. Beecher  49221
Phone: 517-263-4319
&
Ypsilanti
5331 W. Michigan Ave. 48197
Phone: 734-528-5295
&
Dearborn Heights
24734 Van Born 48125
Phone: 313-291-2140
&
Port Huron
2380 Lapeer 48060
Phone: 810-985-9126
&
White Lake
10340 Highland, MI  48383
Phone: 248-698-4254
These are just some of the bakeries Thrift Stores.  Please see the website above for a more complete listing!

Entenmanns Bakery Outlet    
13280 Newburgh 
Livonia, MI  48150 
Phone:  734-464-1743
Website: https://www.entenmanns.com/en/store-locator
Type your zip code in on the webpage above to find the nearest outlet to you!

Awreys Bakery Outlet     
12301 Farmington 
Livonia, MI  48150
Phone: 866-743-7525
Website:  www.awrey.com/thriftstore.aspx


VETERANS ONLY!

Veteran's Outreach Center / Veterans Haven Inc.
4924 Wayne 
Wayne, MI  48184  
Phone:  734-728-0527   
Email:  VetsHaven@earthlink.net 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Veterans-Haven-106776124266479                                      
Veterans in need are eligible for our weekly food give-away every Wednesday at our Outreach Center facility between 9:00 a.m.
and 12:00 pm. Veteran's Haven partners with Gleaners Food Bank delivering, unloading, and sorting food items for distribution.
Applicants line cars up in alley across the street from our Outreach facility and await instructions for food pick up. Our program 
assists those in need throughout Wayne County and surrounding communities. Any Veterans that is honorably discharged and 
is laid off, unemployed, or disabled can qualify for this program. Emergency situations can call 734-728-0527 and leave a message. 
You will receive a response the same day.

Soldier's Angels Hunger Relief Program 
American Legion Joe Louis Post #375
19486 Sherwood 
Detroit, MI  48234
Phone: 210-629-0020
Website: https://soldiersangels.org/March-Mobile-Food-Distribution-Detroit.html
To sign up for the distributions, please complete the form at https://soldiersangels.formstack.com/forms/detroitmfd_0521
Hosts Mobile Food Distribution to supply low-income Veterans with food. 


















































































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