Ray Smith Family Distribution Center
At a Glance
- Serves 14 Western Tennessee counties
- Home to 44,070 food insecure people
- Meal gap = 7.8 million meals annually
The Ray Smith Family Distribution Center in Camden opened in fall 2018, but there’s still work to be done before it reaches its full potential. Currently the 25,800-square-foot facility includes safe food storage for frozen, refrigerated, and shelf-stable food.
When it’s running at capacity, this new location will distribute more than 4.3 million meals in our 14 Western counties annually.
Your Gifts at Work
“You’re on a fixed income per month, and by the time that you’ve paid rent and bills, you have nothing left. We really appreciate what everyone is doing for us.”
– Dorothy, client at Big Sandy mobile food pantry
How You Can Help
Only with your help can we complete this capital campaign project and ensure its success!
We know you care about your hungry neighbors as much as we do. Second Harvest has a plan to close the meal gap. But we need your help to make it happen.
You can drop off non-perishable food from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Camden distribution center at 69 Benton Industrial Road.