Food, Clothing & Household Goods

    Results: 17

  • Brown Bag Food Programs (8)
    BD-1800.1000

    Brown Bag Food Programs

    BD-1800.1000

    Programs offered by senior centers or other community organizations, generally outside the food pantry network, that pack shopping bags (or other containers) with a supply of nutritional donated and surplus food for distribution to low-income individuals or families, students or older adults to supplement their meals at home.
  • Clothing (29)
    BM-6500.1500

    Clothing

    BM-6500.1500

    Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand clothing. Included are clothing exchange programs.
  • Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites (52)
    BD-5000.1500

    Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites

    BD-5000.1500

    Programs that provide hot meals on a regular basis for people who are elderly, adults with disabilities or other targeted populations who may be at risk for nutritional deficits without assistance and who can profit from an opportunity to socialize with others. Congregate meals are often combined with recreational, educational and social activities.
  • Farmers Markets (1)
    BD-2400.2250

    Farmers Markets

    BD-2400.2250

    Programs that enable farmers to gather in empty parking areas or similar spaces and sell freshly picked produce directly to consumers at lower than retail but higher than wholesale prices.
  • Food Banks/Food Distribution Warehouses (6)
    BD-1875.2000

    Food Banks/Food Distribution Warehouses

    BD-1875.2000

    Programs that gather, sort, store and distribute to participating charitable agencies, surplus food products and edible but unmarketable food that has been acquired from growers, grocers and other sources. Also included are the supermarket chains, food manufacturers, wholesalers, restaurant suppliers, agencies that organize food drives, government departments (e.g., the USDA) and other organizations that donate food on a regular basis to food banks and/or directly to food pantries, meal programs, homeless shelters and other human service agencies with food programs.
  • Food Pantries (72)
    BD-1800.2000

    Food Pantries

    BD-1800.2000

    Programs that acquire food products through donations, canned food drives, food bank programs or direct purchase and distribute the food to people who are in emergency situations. Some pantries deliver food to people whose disabilities or illnesses make it difficult for them to leave home.
  • Food Vouchers (2)
    BD-1800.2250

    Food Vouchers

    BD-1800.2250

    Programs that supply food coupons which can be exchanged in designated grocery stores, supermarkets and/or farmers markets for food products. The vouchers are generally provided to low income individuals and families on an occasional or ongoing basis, but may also be available to other specified populations; and may be issued in paper or electronic formats.
  • Formula/Baby Food (7)
    BD-1800.8200-250

    Formula/Baby Food

    BD-1800.8200-250

    Programs that supply infant formula and/or baby food, usually in addition to other groceries.
  • Government Surplus Food Distribution Sites (5)
    BD-1800.2500

    Government Surplus Food Distribution Sites

    BD-1800.2500

    Organizations that are authorized, on a periodic basis, to acquire targeted surplus commodities stockpiled by the federal government and distribute them to people who qualify for this service on the basis of income. Also available may be a distribution schedule and a listing of available commodities and distribution site locations. In the United States, the program is managed by the U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) which acquires commodities through price support programs, surplus removal and direct purchases from national markets and distribute them to states and sometimes directly to programs that provide food to people in need.
  • Holiday Programs (12)
    PH-2950

    Holiday Programs

    PH-2950

    Programs that offer special assistance, services or special events during any of the yearly holidays in order to make the celebration of the season more enjoyable.
  • Home Delivered Meals (15)
    BD-5000.3500

    Home Delivered Meals

    BD-5000.3500

    Programs that prepare and deliver regular meals to older adults and people with disabilities who are unable to shop and/or prepare the food for themselves or travel to a site where a meal is being served.
  • Household Goods (1)
    BM-3000

    Household Goods

    BM-3000

    Programs that pay for or provide new, reconditioned or secondhand furnishings for homes or apartments.
  • Low Cost Meals (2)
    BD-5000.4500

    Low Cost Meals

    BD-5000.4500

    Restaurants, cafeterias and other eating establishments operated by hospitals, senior centers or other organizations or functioning independently which provide reduced-cost meals for low-income people, older adults or other targeted individuals.
  • Nutrition Related Public Assistance Programs (36)
    NL-6000

    Nutrition Related Public Assistance Programs

    NL-6000

    Programs that provide assistance in the form of coupons or vouchers that can be exchanged for food supplements to ensure that the nutritional needs of low-income and indigent individuals and families are met.
  • Sack Lunches/Dinners (2)
    BD-1800.8000

    Sack Lunches/Dinners

    BD-1800.8000

    Programs that provide lunch or dinner in a small bag for people who would not otherwise have a meal. The program may target homeless or low-income people or other specific groups.
  • Soup Kitchens (1)
    BD-5000.8300

    Soup Kitchens

    BD-5000.8300

    Programs offered by churches, restaurants and other organizations that provide meals in a central location for people who lack the resources needed to buy and prepare food. The food may be distributed to people who line up for the meal or may be served to people seated in a dining hall setting, and participants rarely need to establish eligibility for the service.
  • Thrift Shops (20)
    BM-8500

    Thrift Shops

    BM-8500

    Organizations that offer new or secondhand furniture, appliances, clothing, toys and other material goods at lower than retail prices, and which often use the proceeds from sales to support other services to the community. Thrift shops accept direct donations from the public of new and reusable goods. Also included are other types of resale shops that sell secondhand but reusable musical instruments, salvaged building materials, office equipment, sports equipment, books, CDs and other material goods.
 
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