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Mississippi free food banks and pantries.

Get information on food pantries and banks located across Mississippi. These centers can help the low income, unemployed, and people facing a hardship make it through a difficult period. The free food pantries near you can provide qualified families and individuals with a number of resources, all of which are focused on battling hunger. The locations in Mississippi may have free food, groceries, meals, perishable items, and more to those in need.

In addition to offering free food, many of the organizations that run the centers can provide, or refer people to, other assistance programs. For example, they may offer clothing or household items, or be able to refer people to government assistance programs as well as local charities. Many of the Mississippi centers also have information on public assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC, or summer meals for children. Also, churches and food pantries near you may also have special Thanksgiving and Christmas meals as well as assistance programs for children and seniors. If a free food pantry is not near you in Mississippi, there is a phone number for referrals at the bottom of the page.

In addition, you can ask a case manager or volunteer from a pantry for other aid. For example, inquire as to how to get financial help for paying bills from other non-profits in your part of Mississippi. The sites can be a great place for information and referrals.

Local Mississippi food banks near you

These are some of the primary food pantries in Mississippi all throughout this page (scroll down). In addition to these centers, qualified families who need additional resource can find charities, food banks, churches and free soup kitchens or food pantries in their town, city or county. The locations may have canned goods, emergency food boxes, clothing, household items, Christmas food boxes, and more.




Mississippi Food Network
440 W. Beatty Street
PO Box 411
Jackson, Mississippi 39205
Phone number - 601.973.7080
A leading distribution center in the state. Perishable food stuffs, frozen items, breads, and more may be offered for qualified low income residents.

Bay Area Food Bank
5248 Mobile South Street
Theodore, AL 36582
Telephone number - 251.653.1617
Location supports Mississippi families too.

Mid-South Food Bank (Mississippi branch)
239 S. Dudley Street
Memphis, TN 38104-3203
Another nearby non-profit that has operations in Mississippi.

Brookhaven Outreach Ministries South Central Mississippi Food Bank
101 E Court St.
Brookhaven - MS, 39601
Dial for food assistance - (601) 833-8889
Referrals, holiday meals, free food for the poor, and other assistance is given.





Food Network of Mississippi
Main address is P. O. Box 411
Jackson, Mississippi 39205
Partners with churches, non-profits, and charities across the region for meal and food distribution programs. The location will often provide those locations with groceries and people then pick up the goods locally. There may also be hygiene supplies as well as free holiday meals.

Crossgates Baptist Church
Address: 8 Crosswoods Road
Brandon, Mississippi 39042
Telephone - 601 897 2266

PBM Ministries
639 Second South St.
Woodville - MS, 39669
Phone number - (601) 888-3880

Saint Vincent De Paul
711 Washington Ave
Greenville, MS 38701
Phone - (662) 378-3105
Part of the nationwide Saint Vincent charity organization. Free groceries, food, programs for seniors, and limited financial help may be offered. Volunteers often have information on federal government USDA programs such as the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP).





Crusaders for Christ a sharing and caring ministry
260 G Main Street
Biloxi - Mississippi 39530
Main phone number - 228-432-0482

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) - Mississippi
Location: 749 Oakleigh Avenue
Gulfport - MS, 39507
601 897-2020
May offer Meals on Wheels for the homebound, Senior Brown Bag program, and other nutritionally satisfying free meals and food items.

Community Animal Rescue & Adoption
960 N. Flag Chapel Rd.
Jackson - MS, 39209

HartLand Hands
385 Stateline Rd E
Southaven - MS, 38671
Call - (662) 280-5365
Applications to welfare, SNAP food stamps, and other aid is offered from the pantry.

Grenada Food Pantry
Main address - 19 Green Street
Grenada - MS, 38901
Mostly provides food to Granda County. If resources are available, will offer food and it is provided once per week.

South Rankin Food Resource Center Inc.
235 Richland Cr
Richland - Mississippi 39218
A food pantry that focuses on the Rankin County Mississippi area.

Twelve Baskets Food Bank
Address: 1520 29th Ave
Gulfport, Mississippi 39501
Dial (228) 868-2823 for information and intake
Holidays meals, turkeys, formula, and other basic supplies may be passed out.





Details on other pantries and food banks in Mississippi near you

Get more information on food assistance programs in Mississippi that may be near you. Dial 601.353.7286 to get details on resources and programs. Learn about public assistance too including USDA food stamps and similar benefits. Or find locations of other food banks and free pantries near you.

By Jon McNamara

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