MOBILE FOOD PANTRY INFORMATION
Forever Fed hosts food pantries at consistent locations on the same day of every month. If you visit our Drive-Thru Pantry you will select foods you wish to receive from a printed list we provide. A volunteer fills your list and your groceries are loaded into your car. At some locations you may be selecting your groceries directly from our Mobile Pantry Truck.
For information on the location and times of our pantries please visit our calendar. CALENDAR
Our pantry guests are treated with respect, kindness, and hospitality. You are precious to God and to us!
WHO CAN RECEIVE FOOD? We serve everyone regardless of race, color, national origin, gender (including gender expression), religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, political beliefs, and marital or family status, parental status, income derived from public assistance programs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activities.
DO I NEED ID? Each household in need of food must complete a form with your name and contact information prior to receiving food. We do not require proof of identity or residency. If you are in need of food support we have food to share.
DO I HAVE TO BE A CHRISTIAN? Forever Fed does not require anyone to pray with us and we serve everyone who is in need. If you are in need of prayer or someone to listen and offer encouragement-we are here for you. Simply ask someone at our events for a moment of their time and they will gladly take time to speak with you.
Individuals must be present, in person, to receive food from our pantries. Pantry guests may not pick up foods for others who are not present.
PANTRIES HAVE A POSTED CUT-OFF TIME. Our volunteers give freely of their time and labor to staff each pantry. Please respect the commitment they make by arriving to our events within the allotted time. Volunteers arrive early, set up the pantry, distribute foods, and then clean up when the pantry is finished. It is a labor of love but it is also hard work. All of our scheduled pantries have a cut-off time posted on the calendar. As much as we would love to accommodate everyone’s schedule, we have to stop at some point to allow for clean up after each event. Guests arriving after the posted cut-off time will not receive food. Everyone who arrives at a pantry by the posted cut-off time will receive food regardless of how long it takes us to serve you. Please know we are doing our very best!
WHERE CAN I GET ADDITIONAL HELP?
Bethesda Community Clinic–111 Mountain Brook Dr, Canton 678-880-9654
Food Pantries There are many pantries in our area offering grocery support. These pantries are those we partner with through the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Please contact these organizations directly with any questions.
Acworth United Methodist Church–4340 Collins Circle, Acworth 770-974-3312
Jay Weaver Pantry– (Heritage Presbyterian Church) 5323 Bells Ferry Rd., Acworth. 770-926-3558 ext 212
MUST Ministries, Cherokee–111 Brown Industrial Parkway, Canton 770-479-5397
Never Alone Pantry–291 Rope Mill Rd, Woodstock. 470-302-4055
St Michael Food Pantry–490 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock, 770-516-0009
Timothy’s Cupboard–(Timothy Lutheran Church) 556 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock, 770-928-2812
MUST Ministries Marietta–770-479-5397
MUST Ministries Elizabeth Inn Shelter– 770-426-7667
Employment Resources, Benefits Application Assistance, Education Workshops
Woodstock Goodwill Career Center 770-874-0901
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