Find a Food Bank Near Me

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  1. Helping Hands of Warren County
    220 East Main Street
    McMinnville, 37110
    Warren
    931-507-9070
    Open: Box: 2nd Tues & 3rd Wed; Soup Kitchen: Mon/Fri 11:30am
    Meal Served: Lunch
    Site type: Food Box / Soup Kitchen / Mobile Pantry
  2. Collinwood Help Center
    845 Highway 13 South
    Collinwood, 38450
    Wayne
    931-724-4374
    Open: Food Box: 2nd/3rd/4th TUESDAY 10am-2pm
    Site type: Food Box
  3. Sacks Thrift Ave. / First Pentecostal Church of Greenfield
    2161 North Meridian St. P.O. Box 273
    Greenfield, 38230
    Weakley
    731-235-3040
    Open: Thurs/Fri 10am-5pm
    Site type: Food Box / A&D Rehab / Mobile Pantry
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Availability

We’re updating the Find Food tool daily. In these uncertain times, we encourage you to call ahead and confirm open times and dates. You’ll find information about additional food distributions below, including Emergency Food Box sites and a Mobile Pantry schedule. If you are having difficulty locating a food distribution near you, please email us here, and we’ll help you find the best option in your area.

Other Ways to Get Help

Emergency Food Box

Our Emergency Food Box (EFB) sites feed individuals and families in Davidson County on an urgent-need basis. An EFB provides two to three days of staple food items based on the number of members in each household. Use the map below to find one near you.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Outreach

COVID UPDATE: TN Department of Human Services has moved to in-person services by appointment only in response to COVID-19.  The best way to apply for SNAP is online. If you need help applying for SNAP, you can call or text Second Harvest at 615-310-0752. We’re happy to help.

WHAT IS SNAP?
SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) is for people with low incomes, including working people, households with children, seniors, unemployed people, immigrant families, and people with disabilities. SNAP helps them buy the food they need for good health.

Second Harvest’s Benefits Outreach Counselor shares information about SNAP benefits, pre-screens potential participants, and helps people fill out the application. 

Second Harvest offers SNAP Outreach through our Emergency Food Box sites, Mobile Pantry distributions, and Partner Agencies. In FY18, our SNAP Outreach team helped complete more than 1,250 SNAP applications.

For more SNAP information, please send us an email or call our Benefits Outreach Counselor at 615-310-0752.

Other sources for emergency food and funds

Do you have school-aged children?

  • See if your child’s school is providing meals while school is out. CLICK HERE

Are you dealing with COVID-related unemployment?

  • See if you qualify for emergency funds from the state of Tennessee CLICK HERE
  • See if you qualify for unemployment CLICK HERE

Having trouble finding assistance? 

  • Call 211 to explain your situation and be routed to the correct agency. 

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