The Mobile Pantry Program, sometimes referred to as the “Mobile Farmers’ Market”, directly serves clients in high-need areas without a local food pantry. A truckload of food is distributed to clients in pre-packed boxes or through a farmers’ market-style distribution where clients choose to take what they need.
Good to Go Backpacks
The Good-To-Go-Backpack Program serves school-age children who have been identified by school staff as being at risk for going hungry over the weekend. This program provides packs filled with nutritious and easy-to-prepare food that is child-friendly, non-perishable, and easily consumed.
CSFP (Senior Box Program)
The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), commonly called “the senior food box”, provides seniors with a monthly box of self-stable food.
In partnership with Dayton Children’s Hospital, the Food Script Program allows physicians and staff to write food prescriptions for hospital patient families who have been identified as food insecure. The families are referred to the hospital’s Food Pharmacy to receive a combination of shelf-stable and fresh produce food items.
The Drive Thru offers a variety of food to anyone in need – regardless of location – with no service limit. Food variety varies greatly and is loaded directly into customers cars.