Davidson County food pantries.

Both food and personal hygiene needs can be met by Davidson County food banks and pantries. The locations focus on preventing hunger in the community. Staff will not only try to pass out a bag of groceries to the low income, but other support may be clothing, soap, Christmas meals, and other basic needs. Some even offer financial support or applications to SNAP food stamps or USDA meals for children.

A few of the local pantries are open by appointment only, and others have strict application processes in place. The food pantries, in particular those at churches in the Lexington area, also depend on volunteers as well as donations to keep them running. So anyone that can donate is encouraged to do so.

West Davidson Food Pantry and Clothing Closet
Address is 4600 West Old US Hwy 64
Lexington, NC 27295
Telephone - (336) 787-4357
This pantry will collect surplus food, groceries, and clothing from the community. Items are then passed out to Davidson County families in need.

North Lexington Baptist Church
Location is 201 Mize Road
Lexington, North Carolina 27295
For hours, dial (336) 248-6285

Helping Hands Ministries
2301 South Main Street
High Point, NC 27263
Call (336) 886-2327
The pantry is open a few days per week. Appointments are needed. The non-profit can also help with other needs, such as electric bills.

Greater Things Outreach Center
Main address is 6892 Old US Hwy 52
Welcome, North Carolina 27374
Telephone: (336) 731-4285

 

 

 

Cooperative Community Ministry - Thomasville
10 West Guilford Street
Thomasville, NC 27360
(336) 476-1842
Emergency food is provided in a crisis. There are also hot meals, classes on nutrition, and case management services available from the faith based church group. The pantry is open 3 days per week.

Fairgrove Family Resource Center
The address of the non-profit is 159 Myrtle Drive
Thomasville, NC 27360
Call (336) 472-7217 for hours

The Pastor's Pantry
Address of the church is 307 N. State Street
Lexington, NC 27292
Main number is (336) 249-8824
Senior citizens in Davidson County can use this center. There are groceries, home delivered meals, and a congregate service too. Applicants need to be over the age of 60.

Greater Things Outreach Center
6892 Old US Hwy 52
Welcome, NC 27374
(336) 731-4285
Free food, non-perishable canned items, clothing, and winter coats may be offered. Christmas meals are also served, especially for children.

Davidson County Community Action, Inc.
Address - 15 E. 2nd Avenue
Lexington, NC 27292
(336) 249-0234
A leading non-profit for the low income. There are applications for SNAP food stamps and other aid in North Carolina.

 

 

 

 

South Davidson Family Resource Center
338 West Salisbury Street
Denton, North Carolina 27239
(336) 859-5399
The location has help for food needs, clothing, paper products, hygiene goods, and more.

Crisis Ministry of Davidson County
107 East First Avenue
Lexington, NC 27292
(336) 248-6684
Emergency assistance is offered from the food bank. There is also a shelter, counseling, and other support services.

Salvation Army of Davidson County food bank
Location is 314 West 9th Avenue
Lexington, North Carolina 27292
(336) 249-0336
Programs range from a pantry to soup kitchen and clothing closet. Support ranges from snacks for children, free groceries, and gently used items from a thrift store.

For additional help, call 336-784-5770. Referrals can be given to everything from free pantries operated by charities to USDA commodities or Meals on Wheels services for the disabled and elderly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Like this site?