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Muscogee County food banks.

Whether a family needs short term help or long term assistance, Muscogee County based food banks can be an option. The locations will normally provide income qualified families and individuals with a bag of groceries or maybe a meal. But more importantly, volunteers from centers will direct the client to long term solutions. This ranges from employment to applications sites for SNAP food stamps in the Columbus Georgia area.

Not only can a family receive free or low cost, healthy food from a pantry but many sites offer much more. Based on donation levels, basic needs such as clothing or school supplies may be available at a pantry. Other goods may be holiday gift baskets or a Meals on Wheels service for the home-bound that live within the city of Columbus. The main centers are below, and people should call for hours and income conditions as they vary.

Columbus Dream Center
Location is 4114 Oates Ave.
Columbus, Georgia 31904
Main phone - (706) 565-9969
This is one of the charities that offers more than just free food. There is also clothing, personal hygiene support such as a hair cut, and hot meals for people in poverty.

First Presbyterian Church
1100 1st Avenue
Columbus, GA
(706) 322-4523

Valley Rescue Mission, Inc.
2903 2nd Ave.
Columbus, GA 31904
For information, dial (706) 322-8267
Financial aid is available for buying supplemental food. There may also be furniture, clothing, and vouchers for groceries, such as soup or non-perishable food.




Salvation Army pantry at the Muscogee County center
Main address is 1718 2nd Ave.
Columbus, GA 31902
(706) 327-0275
Emergency canned food is available along with a  soup kitchen and shelter for the homeless. Clients including single parents, children, seniors, and families facing a crisis in Muscogee County.

St. Luke Outreach
Address: 1024 2nd Ave.
Columbus, Georgia 31901
(706) 327-4958
Resources range from medications to free food boxes. Other vouchers may be used for gasoline or school lunches for children.

Open Door Community House
2405 2nd Avenue
Columbus,  Georgia
(706) 323-5518

Lazarus Society
607 16th St.
Phenix City, AL 36867
(334) 298-8552
The pantry does help residents of nearby Muscogee County as well.

Brown Bag of Columbus
1342 17th Street
Columbus, GA 31901
Call 706-596-8581
They only help low income senior citizens in Muscogee County. Lunches, bags of food, and more may be served.





St. James Baptist Church Food Bank
Address - 5214 St. James St
Columbus, Georgia 31907
Call (706) 687-6420
An emergency food pantry is on site. Groceries, holiday meals, and more may be served. There can also be hygiene products, blankets for the homeless, and referrals given.

Warm A Heart Outreach And Referral Center
Location is 3645 Buena Vista Rd.
Columbus, GA 31906
For intake, dial (706) 683-4477 I
Programs include clothing furniture, appliances, and food. Clients can only use the center once per year, unless an exception crisis is occurring.

St. Anne Community Outreach
Address is 1820 Box Rd.
Columbus, GA 31907
(706) 568-1592

Muscogee County DFCS
Address of the social service office is 2100 Comer Ave.
Columbus, GA 31902
(706) 649-2673
Case managers can help low income families apply for SNAP food stamps, free school lunches, and similar state of Georgia government aid programs.




Wynnton Neighborhood Network Corp.
Location is 2100 Hilton Ave.
Columbus, Georgia 31906
(706) 327-0838
A non-profit to call on for referrals to food banks.

The non-profit Feeding the Valley Food Bank is part of a nationwide network. They have additional suggestions for residents facing hunger. To learn about resources such as Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), school lunches applications, or even for the address of additional pantries, call 706-561-4755.


By Jon McNamara











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