Food & Financial Assistance

We Can Provide HOPE

 
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  Our Food & Financial Assistance Program provides food, personal care items, and short-term financial assistance with housing and utilities.

The program also provides referrals to our Family Resource Center and Quality of Life Learning Center for other needed social services. Our target population is low income or individuals and families facing crisis situations who reside in Davidson County and surrounding counties. This program serves approximately 10,000 individuals per year and consistently ranks in the top five providers on United Way’s “211″ information and referral service.

 
 
 

 Need Help With Food, Or Utilities?

SEE WHAT ASSISTANCE MAY BE AVAILABLE TO YOU

 
 
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We Are Also Proud To Serve As A Second Harvest Food Pantry In Two Locations:

611 Stockell St., Nashville, TN 37207
Monday – Thursday 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

526 Paragon Mills Rd., Nashville, TN 37211
Tuesday and Wednesdays 1 p.m. – 5 p.m

 
 
 
 

When visiting Food Pantry locations,
please bring with you:

  • Proof of identification for the head of household

  • Social security numbers for all household members

  • Proof of address


    Clients served by our Food Pantries are eligible to receive assistance
    3 times within a 6-month period per Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee protocol.

 
 
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