Wood County Ohio food banks and pantries.

Several food pantries in Bowling Green and across Wood County can help low income families feed their families. The locations are run by non-profits and charities in the county. However there are also some government assistance programs to try, such as CSFP - Commodity Supplemental Food Program or the state of Ohio's major resource known as SNAP food stamps. Other pantries may pass out clothing or hygiene items.

There are restaurants, individuals, and grocery stores that donate items to the food banks as well as soup kitchens. There may be boxes of groceries or perishable food. Other donations range from baked goods, such as bread loaves, diary items, bagels, baby formula and pastries. If someone is qualified at their local pantry, they can pick up what they need.

Wood County food banks will often keep some items in freezers to keep them fresh. This will be more perishable goods. Lastly, using volunteers from across Wood County, arrangements can sometimes be made to deliver hot meals or boxes of groceries to community members who are homebound, such as the homebound or senior citizens.

Food for Thought Toledo program run by Lake Township Fire Department
Address is 4505 East Union Street
Walbridge, Ohio 43465
This organization will only help people from the local town. Food donation programs are run and items passed out to the less fortunate.

Bowling Green Christian Food Pantry
419 Gould Street Suite 6
Bowling Green, OH 43402
(419) 353-5174
Qualified low income families can turn to the pantry once every quarter. There are also Christmas meals, sweets year round, groceries, and more.




First United Methodist Church
Location - 1526 East Wooster Street
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
For hours, call (419) 352-3612
They pass out Surplus Food from the USDA, food stamp applications, holiday meals, and more.

Salvation Army Social Services of Bowling Green
1045 North Main Street Unit 8
Bowling Green, OH 43402
(419) 353-5009
Several resources are run. They include emergency food, shelter, and heating bill help. There is also school supplies for Wood County families from a clothing closet, job programs, and free Christmas meals and presents for children.

St. Aloysius Church
Address: 150 South Enterprise Boulevard
Bowling Green, OH 43402
(419) 352-4195

St. Thomas More University Parish
425 Thurstin Avenue
Bowling Green, OH 43402
(419) 352-7555
A free food pantry is on site.

United Christian Fellowship The Common Good
113 Crim Street
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
(419) 806-4475
A low cost Meals on Wheels service is for the homebound. There are also groceries, sweets, perishable food, baby formula, and free winter coats for children.





Otsego Food Pantry and Clothing Closet
24241 Second Street
Grand Rapids, Ohio 43522
Telephone number is (419) 832-4214
Appointments are needed. Clothes, such as boots, work attire, and school supplies are available along with a free box of healthy food.

Luckey Food Pantry
PO Box 54
Luckey, OH 43443
(419) 833-3231

Foundation Stone Christian Church
4532 Woodville Road
Northwood, OH 43619
Dial (419) 693-5102 ext. 101
Food baskets as well as a school supply giveaway takes place. There are also applications to SNAP food stamps.

Good Samaritan Fund and Community Food Pantry
220 Cedar Street
Pemberville, OH 43450
Main phone - (419) 287-4182
The non-profit will also assist Wood County residents that live in the Eastwood School District residents. Vouchers may also be given to a local store.




Perrysburg Christians United -  Grace Methodist Church
601 East Boundary
Perrysburg, Ohio 43552
(419) 407-7857
Vouchers and gift certificates are offered to pay food or medications. The pantry may also have baby supplies, canned goods, cleaning supplies, toilet paper and more.

All Saints Catholic Church
Main address is 628 Lime City Road
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Dial (419) 666-1393
Resources range from food, utility bill help, gasoline vouchers in an emergency, and more.

For more suggestions or locations on food programs, call 419.242.5000. Referrals are given to everything from local pantries to churches or holiday meals or gift programs.






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