The Community Food Ministry (CFM) is the largest community-wide, food-box program in the area and provides nutritionally balanced, emergency food assistance once per month for individuals and families in need. The food box includes items such as canned fruits and vegetables, meat, eggs, macaroni and cheese, soup and bread.
Food Pantry: 9 am - 11:45 am and 1 - 3:45 pm Mon - Fri.
Income of 130% of federal poverty level or less.
Volunteer Opportunities, Food Pantries
Union Rescue Mission
2800 N Hillside Ave Wichita, KS 67219 (316) 687-4673
To build a better community by providing emergency assistance, food programs, education and employment counseling. Services include: Daily lunch during the week; Brunch on the last Saturday of the month from 9:30-10:30 am; Food baskets; Clothing bank; Limited financial assistance for rent/mortgage, utilities or medical care/prescriptions to qualified applicants (as funds allow).
CES/Food Bank: 9-11am and 1-3pm Mon-Thurs; 9-11am Fri;meals served 11:30 am - 1 pm Mon - Fri and 9:30 - 11 am on 2nd & 4th Saturdays of the month, except holidays.
Anyone in need, while meeting income restrictions. Part of MAACLINK system.
Clothing distribution, small household items and food pantry. Emergency food every 14 days. Harvesters Rural Mobile Pantry on 4th Tuesday of the month offers free fresh food at the Ogden Community Center. Alcoholics Anonymous meetings every Monday and Thursday. Narcotics Anonymous meets on Saturday. Professional counseling services available at no cost or sliding fee by appointment.
1 - 6 pm, Tues, Wed and Thur. 1 -4 pm Fri and 9 am - noon Sat. Mobile food pantry is 4th Tuesday of the month at 10am. AA meetings Mon & Thurs at 7:30 pm. Narcotics Anonymous meetings Saturday evenings.
All are welcome to shop the thrift store. Food pantry and emergency aid for Ogden residents only and requires proof of residency (recent bill or lease).
To provide emergency services to people in need and/or experiencing a crisis in their lives who need a little help. Services include: food, clothing, rent, utilities (gas, electric water), prescription, dental (limited) and transportation (gas voucher/bus tickets - in city only) assistance. Food Assistance available every 8 weeks; Clothing available once every two weeks; Rent and Utility Assistance available ONE time in 12 months from any agency as funds are available; Prescriptions and Transportation Assistance available TWO times in 12 months from any agency. Transportation in the form of gas vouchers and city bus tickets for travel to work, job interviews and medical appointments. Dental assistance limited to one time. Will pay to have tooth pulled or enrollment fee for dental clinic as funds are available.
Doorstep is linked with other emergency aid agencies via the ClientTrack computer system. Eligibility will be checked for all services. Food may be received once every eight weeks from wherever you received it last. Clothing is once every two weeks. Rent and utility assistance may be received, if funding is available, one time in a 12-month period. Prescription and transportation assistance may be received two times in a 12-month period, at least six months apart, if the maximum assistance is not met on the first visit. Dental assistance is available one time per household and we do not pay past bills. Emergency extractions and enrollment fees only. If you are not sure if you are eligible, we suggest calling our office to find out before coming in.
Assists low-income residents with emergency assistance needs such as food and job finding assistance. This agency also offers a "Weatherization Program", as well as case/care management, holiday programs, RC & D Bicycle Program Coordination, School Supplies, Tax Preparation Services, and emergency rent, mortgage and utility assistance.
Community Action Agency. Programs include: Emergency Rental and Utility Assistance (cannot assist with utilities that have already been shut off, must have some kind of income in the household), Community Food and Nutrition, Case Management, Services for Individuals and Families Experiencing Homelessness, School Supplies, Holiday Bureau Adoptions, Warm Hearts, Advocacy, Outreach and Referral, Social Policy Development, Social Service Collaboration, Head Start, Weatherization, and Volunteer Opportunities. Food bank located at 2518 Ridge Court Ste 104.
8 am - 5 pm, Mon - Fri. Call for current food pantry hours.
Low income individuals. Cannot assist with a utility that has been shut off. Must have some kind of income coming into the household for financial assistance. Must be a resident of Douglas County.
Provides basic needs assistance to low income and poverty level families and individuals on an emergency basis. Basic needs that may be provided are: food (food pantry and voucher), commodities distribution, utilities, prescriptions/medical needs, clothing/work related items, transportation (city bus), baby items (diapers and formula), school supplies, fans in summer, burial plots or other needs that the family or individual has that cannot be met by other area agencies or programs. Angel Tree and Star of Hope programs for Christmas assistance. Pathway of Hope case management program.
Serves zip codes: 67201, 67202, 67203, 67204, 67208, 67211, 67214, 67219 Park City, 67220 Bel Aire, 67226, 67228, 67017 Benton, 67067 Kechi, 67147 Valley Center, 67135 Sedgwick, 67278 Delano District, 67275.
10 am - 12 pm and 1:30 - 4:30 pm Mon - Fri.
Determined on a case by case basis and is limited to one time every six months per type of assistance.