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Double Your Donation Day 12.16.20

This year during these extraordinary times and acknowledging our
40th anniversary, NBC4 will be joined by WBNS 10TV and ABC 6/FOX 28!

If you donate before Double Your Donation Day on December 16th, we will add your gift to our match pool ensuring that more of our neighbors can be connected to nutritious food than ever before. You can give your gift online, over the phone or by mail. Tell your friends you are participating and encourage them to tune in on December 16th and hear incredible stories about your donations at work.

Donate today. Help raise our matching pool!

midohiofoodbank.org/match

On-Site Pantry Holiday Hours

Mid-Ohio Foodbank’s on-site Kroger Community Food Pantry will be closed for the Christmas holiday on Thurs 12/24 through Sat 12/26, as well as Thurs 12/31 and Fri 1/1. Have a safe, healthy, and happy holiday, neighbors!

Change in process at the Kroger Community Food Pantry

The health and well-being of our customers, volunteers and staff are top priorities for us here at the Foodbank.  To that end and due to the most recent coronavirus updates, the Kroger Community Food Pantry will move from its current shopping model to pre-packaged boxes, beginning Thursday, March 12, 2020 until further notice.

Upon arrival to the Foodbank’s parking lot, every vehicle will be given a number and asked to park in an orderly fashion.  A volunteer or staff member will conduct registration at the vehicle and a pre-packaged box will be delivered.  There is no need for you to get out of your vehicle as the food box will be brought directly to you.  In the interest of keeping human contact to an absolute minimum, what the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) calls “social distancing,” we believe that this is the safest course of action to take moving forward, especially during these challenging times. Effective June 2nd, all customers are welcome to visit the Pantry for a full shop every week. 

THE PANTRY IS OBSERVING THE FOLLOWING HOURS:

  • Monday – Closed for stocking, sorting, and packing
  • Tuesday – 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • Wednesday – 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. AND 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Thursday – 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • Friday – 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • Saturday – 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Sunday – Closed for stocking, sorting, and packing

In case of inclement or severe weather, the Kroger Community Food Pantry may delay opening, pause service, or close early, as the pantry is currently operating with a drive-in model. If weather delays or pauses food service, entry to the pantry parking lot will remain closed until lightning or other severe weather subsides and we are able to safely distribute food.

We so appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we all look out for one another during this public health threat and as this situation continues to unfold.  Thank you.

COVID-19 UPDATES AND RESOURCES

The health and well-being of our customers, volunteers and staff are top priorities for us here at the Foodbank. To that end and due to the public health threat that faces our community, it is more important now than ever that we educate one another as information comes in. This page will be updated daily with recent news, resources, and procedures as new discoveries and announcements are made about the coronavirus (COVID-19) as they relate to our work here at Mid-Ohio Foodbank.

Introducing the Mid-Ohio Food Collective

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New look, new food perspective.

Together we can change the conversation about what it means for everyone in our communities to thrive.

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MOF In The News

In partnership with USDA, Mid-Ohio Foodbank furthers our mission of ending hunger by supporting urban farms, community gardens, and small-scale agriculture projects, helping low-income neighborhoods more readily access fresh produce.
 

Liz and her husband, Josh, have three children. Leslie is 7, Nadia is 3 and Marietta is just 2 months old. When Liz and Josh first got married, their lives were pretty stable. They had a place to live and both worked full time. They could pay the bills; they could buy their children the things they needed. ...