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Food pantries in Fayette and Coweta County.

Food pantries located across Fayette County provide assistance to the needy. The food banks and soup kitchens near you, including those in Coweta County, are focused on ending hunger in the region. Whether a child needs a meal or senior needs food brought to their home, services may be offered.

Below is a listing of the main food pantries as well as soup kitchens. There is also a referral number at the bottom of the page. They may have free food in an emergency along with helping the family access other social services or basic needs. If a family needs help in understanding what government programs are available to them, such as SNAP food stamps or USDA commodities, then the staff can provide information on that as well.

Additional resources may sometime be available. If an applicant has special dietary needs, and the pantry can't meet them, then vouchers may be passed out. Or some of the pantries in Fayette and Coweta also provide clothing or free Christmas meals, so various programs are run.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul affiliated churches
After a home assessment is done, the churches may have free food. Seniors can enroll into Meals on wheels for home delivery, and children/students from low income families can receive a summer snack.
-Holy Trinity Church in Peachtree City. The pantry can be reached at (770) 487-7672.
-St. Mary Magdalene – Newnan. For hours, dial (678) 892-6163.
-St. Gabriel in Fayetteville. Call (678) 740-6924.
-Saint Matthew - Tyrone, Georgia in Fayette County. Phone - (770) 458-9607.

South Metro Community Center
Address: 1091 S. Jeff Davis Dr.
Fayetteville, Georgia 30215
Phone - (770) 460-1346
The non-profit supports the working poor and unemployed in Fayette County.

Palmetto Baptist Church
504 Center Street
Palmetto, GA 30268




Pangea United Inc. - True Light Baptist Church
30263 Newnan, GA
The food bank number is 404-587-0488.
An emergency box of groceries will be passed out to the working poor.

HFL Resource Center
Location - 1131 Hwy. 16 Ste. 200
Newnan, GA 30263
Telephone - (770) 906-4286
Both a mobile and local food pantry are available at the charity. Also, nutrition classes, information on how to shop effectively, and more is offered in the region.

Real Life Center, Inc.
975 Highway 74 North
Tyrone, GA 30290.
(770) 631-9334

One Roof Ecumenical Alliance Outreach
255 Temple Ave.
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Call (770) 683-7705
Free food, canned goods, breads, dairy, and more is passed out in Coweta County.

Families United Services
Address is 500 West Lanier Avenue
Fayetteville, Georgia 30214
Dial 678-817-1120
the food pantry has free groceries, they may deliver meals to the local senior citizens or disabled, and other support is also arranged from the charity.





Salvation Army Food Pantry/Soup Kitchen
670 Jefferson St.
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Main phone - (770) 251-8181
Coweta County Center. Clients can also learn about SNAP food stamp application sites. Other programs have Thanksgiving/Christmas meals and back to school supplies.

Bridging the Gap Food Bank
19 1st Ave.
Newnan, GA 30263
Free groceries, clothing, and holiday food baskets may be passed out.

Fayette Samaritans Food Pantry
126 Hickory Rd.
Fayetteville, GA 30214
(770) 719-2707
Canned goods, fruits, baby formula, and even diapers may be provided.

Additional free food programs and meals in Fayette and Coweta County area

For more information on regional food assistance programs, dial 404.892.9822. Learn about everything from groceries to baby formula to open, emergency food pantries near you and public aid. Or get assistance in applying for SNAP food stamps, school lunches or breakfast from the USDA, or other benefit.

By Jon McNamara

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