Free Community Meal - Currently on hold due to COVID-19
Wednesdays from 5-6 PM
Food Pantry is open Wednesdays 12-5 PM
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What kind of food is available at the food pantry?
We usually have a variety of food and try to ensure we have fresh produce and meat available each week.
How much food am I allowed to have from the food pantry?
We let you select what you think you need. For popular items, we may limit the amount each family takes to make sure there is enough for all.
Do I get more food if I have a larger family?
We find most families do not take enough food. We encourage you to take what you need.
How frequently can I come to the food pantry?
We do not restrict the number of visits to the food pantry. We take your name for our statistics and HACAP's records.
What do I need to bring to prove my eligibility for the food pantry?
There are no requirements to use the IC Compassion Food Pantry. We encourage you to bring reusable bags to decrease the use of plastic bags.
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