Food Pantries

Miami
Food Pantries

Miami Food Pantries

SDA - SHILOH

660 NW 98th Street
Miami, FL 33150
(561) 201-0439

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

SDA - SILVER PALMS SPANISH

11855 SW 232nd Street
Miami, FL 33170
(305) 283-0068

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

SDA - WESTCHESTER SPANISH

9500 SW 16th Street
Miami, FL 33165
(305) 221-5886

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

SDA - ZION FRENCH

1100 NW 71st Street
Miami, FL 33150
(305) 769-0735

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

ST. JOSEPH CHURCH - FOOD PANTRY

8670 Byron Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33141
(305) 866-6567

Services

Saint Joseph's Church has a feeding ministry on every Saturday from 10:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Documents

Please call the office prior to coming. Food is distributed on a first come first serve basis.

Hours

Office: 8:30am-5:00pm, M-F. 9:00am-12:00pm Summer Schedule Only

Food Pantry: 10:30am-11:00am, Sat.

ST. MARTHA'S CATHOLIC CHURCH - FOOD PANTRY

9301 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33138
(305) 751-0005

Services

Distributes food once a week to the community.

Hours

Administrative hours: 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri.

9am-1pm, Sat.

Food distribution: Thursdays 4pm-6pm.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM - FOOD PANTRY

4144 CHASE AVENUE
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 535-5401

Services

Temple Beth Sholom gives out free food on the first Tuesday of each month from 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Eligibility

Anyone who is in need of food.

Documents

The food is distributed on a first come first serve basis.

Hours

9:00am-5:00pm M-Thurs; 9:00am-4:00pm F

THE LODGE

P.O. Box
Miami, FL 33147
(305) 693-0232

Services

The Lodge provides an emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and their dependents. The Lodge provides survivors of domestic violence with information and referral, counseling, case management, child assessment, food, financial assistance, legal assistance, housing and shelter. Also provides a 24 hour hotline and community education to the public on domestic violence issues.

Eligibility

Survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and their dependents. Emergency shelter for women (regardless of sexual orientation) and their children only. Assistance is also provided to youth survivors of domestic violence.




In addition,The Lodge provides emergency assistance to men (regardless of sexual orientation) survivors of domestic violence.

Documents

Call for information.

Hours

24 hours, 7 days a week.

Helping Hands Food Ko Op, Inc.

4000 Alton Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(786) 268-9883

Services

To provide affordable Kosher food to needy members of the South Florida community, with Dignity

They provide food to 100+ families each week in a dignified manner.  They allow customers to order food from their site which is designed to look like a retail supermarket site.  Many recieve food for free.  Others are highly subsidized.

SDA - EL BUEN REDIL SPANISH

400 NW 73rd Avenue
Miami, FL 33126
(305) 229-6823

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

FOOD BAG MINISTRIES - FOOD PANTRY

8000 NW 25 Street
Miami, FL 33122
(305) 305-1988

Services

Food Bag Ministries is a non for profit Christian organization based in South Florida that provides free food assistance once a month to families and individuals in need.

Eligibility

Must meet USDA criteria. Call for more information.

Documents

Must call a week in advance prior to recieving food.

Hours

8am-Noon, Last Saturday of every month.

SDA - MIAMI SPRINGS

701 Curtiss Parkway
Miami, FL 33166
(305) 888-3783

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

BLANCHE MORTON/HIALEAH NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICE CENTER

300 East First Avenue
Hialeah, FL 33010
(305) 884-4801

Services

This multi-purpose center offers direct financial aid for the medically disabled, crisis-oriented casework services, voters registration, emergency food commodities, child fingerprinting and energy assistance (EHEAP), when available. Also at this site are CAA headstart, American Red Cross, Legal Services, Legal AID, City of Hialeah, Social Services, Spanish American Basic Education (SABER) and the cooperative extension program Serves zip codes 33010, 33012, 33013, 33016, 33018 and 33166.

Eligibility

Miami-Dade County residents. Bring verification of unemployability and income, proof of need and identification.

Hours

8am-5pm, M-F.

RESPECT LIFE - EMERGENCY PREGNANCY SERVICE - HIALEAH

5801 NW 151 Street
Hialeah, FL 33014
(305) 653-2921

Services

Provides free pregnancy tests, counseling and referral services. Also offers material assistance to pregnant women and new mothers, including baby food, diapers and clothing. Sponsors a Spanish language support group for new mothers.

Eligibility

Pregnant women and families with newborns

Hours

9:30am-1:30pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
9:30am-1:30pm every 1st and 3rd Sat of the month

M-DC CAA - OPA-LOCKA - SELF HELP COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER

16405 NW 25th Avenue
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
(305) 623-6500

Services

Services include Foster Grandparent program for children with special needs, Senior Companion program for adults with special needs, telephone reassurance for homebound elderly, teen parenting services, Head Start child day care and education, case management services and youth development programs. Also provides financial aid for food, rent and utilities when funds are available, as well as EHEAP and VITA services.

Eligibility

Low income, area resident.

Hours

8am-5:30pm, Mon-Fri

SDA - CAROL CITY SPANISH

4450 NW 183rd Street
Opa Locka, FL 33055
(305) 623-2095

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

SDA - LILY OF THE VALLEY

20154 NW 36th Court
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
(305) 623-8994

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

SDA - MARANATHA

18900 NW 32nd Avenue
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
(305) 620-9091

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

SDA - MOUNT PISGAH

3340 NW 215th Street
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
(305) 624-0679

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

SDA - WEST DADE SPANISH

500 NW 122nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33182
(305) 498-0720

Services

Provides emergency food to families in need.

Eligibility

Anyone in need of food.

Hours

Food Pantry varies by location. Call for more information.

Daily Bread Food Bank

2501 Sw 32 Terrace
Hollywood, FL 33023
(954) 518-1832

Services

Feeding South Florida empowers other South Florida nonprofits to feed needy people and improve their lives. They do this by collecting and distributing food and other grocery products; and by educating and engaging the community to fight hunger and poverty.

Each year, Feeding South Florida distributes approximately 19 million pounds of food and other groceries to 1,200 South Florida nonprofits that serve the ill, needy, and children. Their member nonprofit agencies include emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, residential programs, and day care programs. Over 43% of those who receive food and groceries through their member agencies are children.

Poverello Center, Inc

2056 N Dixie Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
(954) 561-3663

Services

*Food pantry, thrift shop, clothing, nutritional consulting, and household goods for HIV infected persons
*Fitness center and gym
*Eligibility: picture ID, proof of Broward County residence, referral from a Ryan White Case Manager and letter from primary care doctor stating that individual seeking Poverello services is HIV positive and in primary care

Hours

9am-3pm, M-F; 9am-12pm, Sat, Food bank hours; Thrift shop,7am-8pm, M-Sa; Noon-5pm, Su

Poverello Center Inc

2292 Wilton Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
9545613663101

Services

The mission of the Poverello Center is to provide life-saving food and basic living essentials with the highest degree of understanding, respect and love for individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other life threatening illness that are residents of Broward County and meet the specified qualifacations for services.

Their Food Bank provides life saving food for 21 meals and snacks each week. Their client base is approximately 2500 persons living with HIV/AIDS in Broward County Florida

The Pantry Of Broward, Inc.

610 Nw 3rd Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
9543581481112

Services

To provide food and support services to seniors in need on low, fixed incomes and to grandparents raising their grandchildren in Broward County, South Florida

The Pantry of Broward reviews the continuum of care for each client then provides resources for the weaker links in the chain of care. This includes food aid, legal support, glasses, hearing aids, medical support, transportation, advocacy, etc.

The Cooperative Feeding Program Inc

One NW 33rd Terrace
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
(954) 792-2328

Services

To be a seamless system of care in Broward County, to reduce the pain and suffering of individuals and families in poverty by providing necessary food, ancillary services and referrals.

Their community kitchen serves 200-400 homeless individuals daily. Their emergency food pantry serves boxed meals to 50-100 families daily.Program:Food PurchaseBudget: $211,100Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Program Description:

Jessica June Childrens Cancer Foundation Inc

Broward General Medical Center
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954) 593-5603

Services

Provide emergency financial assistance for children fighting cancer to ensure access to basic human necessities. Additionally, the Foundation advocates for and raises awareness of childhood cancer.  

The Financial Assistance Program provides emergency help for families in crisis enduring pediatric cancer. 

COFFO - EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

778 West Palm Drive
Homestead, FL 33034

Services

May include financial assistance for the prevention of evictions, temporary emergency lodging, prevention of utility cut off, transportation, medical assistance and emergency food vouchers.

Eligibility

GenderRequirements:Either
OtherRequirements:Eligibility: Farmworkers.

Documents

Driver's License: Not Required. :;

Hours

9am-5pm, M-F.
Mo 06:00-12:00 12:00-18:00
Tu 06:00-12:00 12:00-18:00
We 06:00-12:00 12:00-18:00
Th 06:00-12:00 12:00-18:00
Fr 06:00-12:00 12:00-18:00

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD - FOOD PANTRY

824 West Palm Drive
Homestead, FL 33034
(305) 245-1414

Services

Provides some groceries for individuals who are in need. Services are provided two times a year, perhaps more if in extreme distress. Individual must have a written referral from Switchboard of Miami stating person's name, address, income per month, number in family and reason for emergency. The letter must have agency's letterhead and a contact person to verify information along with a signature.

*THIS SERVICE IS PRIMARILY FOR CLIENTS WITH EMERGENCIES.

*FOR NON-EMERGENCIES: First, the client must go to the Florida City Neighborhood Service Center from 2:30pm - 3:00pm and to pick up a food voucher.
After recieving a food voucher, the client may visit the First Assembly of God to pick up their food from 3:00pm - 5:00pm.

Eligibility

Must have a letter from social service agency stating need and client's information with proof if family income prooving needs. Must be referred from Switchboard of Miami with letterhead paper with client's needs and eligiblities.

Documents

Walk in with referral letter and identification

Hours

Food Pantry: 3:00pm-5:00pm, Tues & Thurs
Office: 9:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri

FLORIDA CITY/HOMESTEAD NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICE CENTER

1600 NW 6th Court
Homestead, FL 33034
(305) 247-2068

Services

This multi-purpose center offers direct financial aid for the medically disabled, crisis-oriented casework services, voters registration, emergency food commodities, child fingerprinting and energy assistance (up to $250 if disconnected and person qualifies), when available. A multi-purpose room is available to rent for community meetings. Also at this site is a CAA Senior meals program, Consumer credit counseling, DHS child development services, DHS Homeless outreach services, DHS office of rehabilitative services diversion program, family victims services, University of Miami's Comprehensive AIDS program, South Florida AIDS network and legal services. To receive rent/utility assistance, must show the final notices of eviction/or disconnect FPL service. Serves zip codes 33030, 33033, 33034 and 33035.

Eligibility

Miami-Dade County residents. Bring verification of unemployability and income.

Hours

8am-5pm, M-F.

M.U.J.E.R.

27112 S. Dixie Highway
Homestead, FL 33032
(305) 247-1388

Services

Direct services to victims (adults and children) of domestic, sexual, and/or child abuse Agency provides comprehensive services from its One Stop Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center including intake and assessment, individual and family counseling, crisis intervention. Aid is provided for food vouchers, emergency shelter, rental and utility assistance Assistance is provided to low-income families and children.
MUJER also provides prevention and community education services in rape, sexual assault, and HIV/AIDS as well as family violence prevention.

Eligibility

Hispanic women and children, immigrants/migrants living in the Homestead area.

Hours

8am-5pm, M-F.