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Free food pantries in Collier County Florida.

The leading free food pantries, churches, soup kitchens, government programs and non-profit charities in Collier County Florida to call or stop by at for assistance are below. Some of the pantries near you only help people in certain zip codes, and other locations limit the amount of food, groceries and meals that they will distribute. There is also a referral number at the bottom of the page for more locations.

The assistance programs, whether non-profit or government run, and food pantries offer a wide range of services as well as resources to low income families and others who need help. Most centers distribute groceries and perishable foodstuffs, such as fruits, vegetables, breads, and meats. Some also offer free personal hygiene items, toiletries, Meals on Wheels services, or holiday meals. Emergency food boxes may also be offered in a crisis by many of the Collier food pantries.

Some of the centers will also offer special programs or additional services as well. This can range from clothes, summer school lunches or meals for children, and additional services for holidays such as Christmas, Easter, or Thanksgiving. Thousands of families receive help from the Naples and Collier County food pantries every year.

Catholic Charities of Collier County-Family Resource Center
4209 Tamiami Tr. E., Naples Florida
Phone number (239)793-0059
Runs several social assistance programs. While limited, the churches may have some financial assistance for rent or bills, food pantry, clothing closet, and they offer other aid for the less fortunate and people who are at risk. The food pantry hours are from Monday to Friday from  9 AM-1 PM, and people can only receive food at most once per month.

Department of Children & Families-Naples Service Center
4215 Tamiami Tr. E., Naples
Call (239)762-2237
They run the Food Stamp Program and other government assistance for Collier County Florida. Offers both federal government and state of Florida programs. There are WIC vouchers for formula, SNAP food stamps, USDA commodities and other items.

 

 

 

 

Grace Place
4300 21st. Ave. SW, Naples, call (239)455-2707
Only serves resident of zip code 34116.

St. Matthew’s House
Address of location is 2691 Airport Rd. S., Naples
Call (239)774-0500
There are two food pantries in the Collier County region. Also, low cost groceries are sold as part of the Direct Assistance program.

Greater Naples YMCA
Address is 5450 YMCA Road
Naples, FL 34109
Call 239-597-3148
There is a weekly food pantry. Items are based on donations. There may be pasta, milk, canned meat, laundry detergency, and many other items.

Meals of Hope - Mobile pantry in Collier County
Office address is, but the pantry moves 2221 Corporation Boulevard
Naples, FL 34109
For hours and location, dial 239-537-7775

Naples Senior Center at JFCS
5025 Castello Drive
Naples, Florida 34103
Telephone number is 239-325-4444
They help the elderly, senior citizens, and older people in Collier County, regardless of religion. There may be Ensure, vitamins, nutritional supplements, and Meals on Wheels. The goal is to keep the elderly healthy and safe.

 

 

 

 

New Hope Ministries
7675 Davis Boulevard
Naples, FL 34102
239-348-0122

Salvation Army
There are multiple sites in Collier County, but one location is 3180 Estey Ave., Naples. Call (239)775-9447
They have many low income assistance programs, free food or groceries from pantries, soup kitchens for meals or feeding sites, and other services. Free Thanksgiving turkey dinners or Christmas food baskets may be offered too. Another of the leading charity organizations in the Collier County region. More on food assistance Collier County Salvation Army.

Everglades Community Church
101 South Copeland Avenue
Everglades City, FL 34139
239-695-2223

St. Vincent de Paul
Food bank address - 2874 Davis Blvd., Naples, Florida
Main phone number to dial for help is (239)775-1667
Holiday assistance, food pantry, clothing, and some help for bills can be provided, as resources allow. Or get household cleaning supplies, soap, paper products and other items.

Meals on Wheels/St. Vincent de Paul
2874 Davis Blvd., Naples
Call (239)775-0443
Will deliver food and hot meals to the elderly and those with a medical condition and who are homebound. Or find other Meals on Wheels assistance programs near you.

Tree of Life
Food pantry location is 2132 Shadowlawn Dr., Naples
Call (239)530-2200
Residents can only use this pantry at most twice per month. Fruits, items such as baby formula or diapers, and Christmas meals may all be served to families in poverty.

Helps Out Reach
2025 J & C Blvd., Unit 1, Naples
Phone number - (239)593-3226
Among other conditions, an application needs to be complete.

 

 

 

 

Department of Children & Families-Immokalee Service Center
Location is 750 S. 5th. St., Immokalee
Another location of the Collier County social service office. Same services as the location referenced above.

Our Daily Bread Food Pantry
Address is 1450 Winterberry Dr Annex building
Marco Island, FL 34145
(239) 259-5188
The charity offers weekly drive through food pantries as well as mobile units in Naples and Marco Island, FL. Weekday food is also available by appointment by calling 239-259-5188. In addition to groceries, they also offer free meat, fresh produce, bread, eggs, dairy and paper products.

Guadalupe Center-Soup Kitchen
211 S. 9th. St., Immokalee
Call (239)657-3202.

Hunger and Home Charity in Naples
This is a leading non-profit in the region. They focus on food, nutrition, and social services. The pantry may have groceries, personal toiletries, cereal, ensure for seniors, baby formula, and other support. Referrals are given out too. More on Collier County Hunger Charity.

Immokalee Multicultural Multipurpose Community Action Agency
210-A S. First St., Immokalee
Telephone number is (239)657-2213. Call for hours and information.
Provides free food whenever they get donations or have resources to provide.

Guadalupe Social Services
Address of food bank - 211 S. 9th. St., Immokalee
Main phone number is (239)657-6242
Pantry Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-10:30 AM
Only people who live in Immokalee Florida can qualify for food or other assistance

Immokalee Friendship House
602 W. Main St., Immokalee
Telephone - (239)657-4090
This location can provide help 24 hours per day. Groceries are passed out 24/7, even when other social service agencies and charities are closed.  In addition, a community lunch is also provided 24/7.

Collier County Hunger Prevention Network
5251 Golden Gate Pkwy # G
Naples, FL
Call (239) 263-9363
Various churches, charities, and social service groups are part of the non-profit. Get everything from a free box of groceries to applications for food stamps.

 

 

 

 

Roberts Community Center-Senior Center
905 Roberts Ave., Immokalee
Dial (239)657-2823
Seniors age 60 & over can get a hot breakfast & lunch.

St. Matthew’s House
Telephone number is (239)774-0500
2001 Airport Rd. S., Naples Florida
Households who are requesting food must have dependent children, be 50 or over, or be disabled.

Additional food assistance in Collier County

Low income families can get food or basic needs from other locations in Collier County as well. If a pantry near you is not near the resident, or if they are out of resources, then call 239.334.7007 for the locations of additional food pantries. Or learn about USDA programs such as free school lunches or get information on Meals on Wheels for seniors and other aid.

By Jon McNamara

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