Food resources

by | Apr 17, 2020 | Communications, COVID-19 Resources

Taking care of your mental and physical health can feel like a huge task with obstacles along the way. We want to support you and connect you to local resources so you can meet your family’s needs. Here are a variety of organizations helping to ensure that families have access to healthy food. Some organizations may have requirements and/or restrictions. We’ve included their websites with further information.

Crown Hill Mennonite Church
Free meals/food pantry
Last week of the month – Thursday 2-5pm, Friday 10am-1pm

Orrville Christian Church
Drive-up food pantry
Typically the last Monday of the month at 5:30pm

Mathew 25 Outreach
Free produce distribution, food box program for seniors
Typically select Saturdays

People to People Ministries
Choice food pantry, financial assistance for utility disconnects, shelter and prescriptions

Wooster Hope Center
Monthly food distribution, Wooster emergency food pantry

You might also look into the Give & Take Food Pantries that have popped up throughout our communities. They are free pantry boxes where you can give food if you are able and take if you have a need.
The Server: 51 N. Main Street, Rittman
Boys and Girls Club: 820 N. Ella Street, Orrville
The Locksmith Shop: 146 E. Bowman Street, Wooster
Buffalo Wild Wings: 4122 Burbank Road, Wooster (located indoors)
Smithville Inn: 109 Main Street, Smithville
United Methodist Church: 18 N. Main Street, Marshallville
WG Dairy: 12993 Cleveland Road, Creston
Seville Fire Department: 100 Greenwich Road, Seville
The Garage: 126 N Pardee Street, Wadsworth
Hometown Market: 115 State Street. Wadsworth
Midwest Memorials: 1244 High Street, Wadsworth
Church of Christ: 131 E. Clay Street, Fredericksburg
Pet Friendly: Seville Animal Hospital

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