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Find Cherokee County food pantries.

The free food pantries that support families in Cherokee County offer much more than a box of groceries or hot meals. The non-profits try to also address the reason of why a family or individual is living in poverty and facing hunger. So in addition to food, they offer additional basic needs (such as clothing for work) as well as case management.

The distribution centers have various hours and days of operation. Some of the food banks are only available a few days per month, while others provide emergency groceries up to five days per week. However the contents of a box of food will vary based on what was donated to the non-profit pantry.

Some of what a charity may offer includes infant formula, Thanksgiving or Christmas meals, fruits, clothing for work or school, and dairy items. Many non-perishable food items are also offered in Cherokee County. Or clients can apply for social services such as ESL classes, job assistance, or shelters.

Papa's Pantry
6551 Commerce Pkwy. Ste. 200
Woodstock, GA 30189
For hours, call (770) 591-4730
The services for Cherokee County families range from a pantry to job training and placement.

Ye Visited Me Ministries/ Fragments Food Pantry
Address is 110 Evergreen Road
30114 Canton, Georgia
Phone: 770-773-6330

Timothy Lutheran Church
556 Arnold Mill Rd.
Woodstock, Georgia 30188
(770) 591-5515
The food bank is known as Timothy's Cupboard. Canned groceries, fruits, vegetables, dairy items, and baby formula may be passed out to families in poverty.




MUST Cherokee - Ministries United for Service and Training
111 Brown Industrial Pkwy.
Canton, GA 30114
Telephone number - (770) 479-5397
The non-profit can help people apply for SNAP food stamps, WIC vouchers, or LIHEAP financial aid, among other programs.

Canton Hispanic SDA Church
Main address - 462 Scott Rd.
Canton, GA 30115
Dial 678-493-2727
Food meets immigrants needs. Items may also be served to address a certain culture or tastes.

North Georgia and Cherokee County Community Action
1225 Univeter Rd.
Canton, Georgia 30114
(770) 345-6531
Food is passed out from a resource known as Helping People, Help Themselves. Clients include senior citizens, the disabled, elderly, and unemployed.

Our Lady of LaSalette SvdP food pantry
Canton, GA 30114
(770) 576-4081
They screen for government benefits, including free school lunches, SSI disability, and food stamps. Christmas and holiday meals are served too by the church.

The Salvation Army Food Pantry – Thrift Store
121 Waleska St
Canton, GA 30114
(770) 720-4316
Everything from food to Thanksgiving meals are provided. Along with Christmas gifts and clothing from a thrift store. Seniors and children are a focus of the non-profit.




St. Vincent de Paul-St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church
490 Arnold Mill Road
30188 Woodstock, Georgia
For intake, dial 770-591-4643

For other food pantries and soup kitchens, dial 404.892.9822. Or families can learn about other programs in Cherokee County, including public aid and educational services. Clients can also learn how to shop for groceries smarter, food preparation classes, enroll into Meals on Wheels, and gain other support.


By Jon McNamara

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