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Taylor County free food pantries.

Low to moderate income families can turn to a free food pantry in Taylor County for help. Non-profit distribution centers as well as those sites located at churches help feed residents and assist with other requests. The focus will always be on passing out free groceries, but some also serve holiday meals, snacks to students during the summer, or provide clothing or financial aid.

The hours of each distribution center in Abilene Texas will vary. What a pantry provides will also change. But no matter the case, they will try to provide some form of support. The food banks in Taylor County will also help people of all ages, races, and religions, especially children. There may be Meals on Wheels for seniors, ethnic food for immigrants, and much more.

Christian Ministries of Abilene
Address is 701 Walnut
Abilene, Texas 79603
Phone number – 325-673-1234
There are boxes of free groceries, holiday meals, and free personal hygiene items passed out.

Crescent Heights Baptist Church
1902 N Mockingbird Ln
Abilene,  Texas
Call 325 677-3749
The pantry is open from 10:00-noon.

Love & Care Ministry
233 Fannin St # A
Abilene, Texas 79603
Telephone number – 670-0246
Basic supplies are sold from a thrift store, including furniture.





Christian Service Center
Address is 901 Mesquite St
Abilene, TX 79601
For hours, call 673-7531
The pantry may have fruits, cereal, baby formula, and items such as diapers, soups, or shampoos.

Baptist Social Ministries
2058 Marshall St
Abilene, TX 79605
Clients include single moms and those facing hunger. Perishable and canned goods are offered.

Elmcrest Baptist Church
517 N Pioneer Dr
Abilene, TX 79603
Phone:(325) 673-3734
Volunteers also deliver food via Meals on Wheels to low income seniors in Taylor County. Free food boxes, blankets for the homeless, and referrals are all given too.

Presbyterian Church
400 Orange St
Abilene, TX 79601
Main phone - 677-3501

Beltway Park Baptist Church
4009 Beltway S
Abilene, Texas 79606
Dial 325-692-6540
The food bank at the charity is open one day per week.





United Methodist
Location of the non-profit 2626 N. 1st Street
Abilene, Texas
Phone - 864-6605
Call for hours of the emergency food bank.

The Salvation Army
1726 Butternut St
Abilene, TX 79602
Phone – 325-677-1408
Resources range from free Christmas toys and meals to rent or electric bill help. There is also a Angel Tree gift giving program, free school supplies, and a food pantry/soup kitchen to feed the less fortunate.

Christian Ministries of Abilene
Address is 701 Walnut Street
Dial 673-1234
Low income families can request a bag of groceries. There are also referrals to SNAP food stamps as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas meals served.

Breakfast on Beech Street (B.O.B.S.)
1420 N. 3rd Street
Abilene, Texas
The soup kitchen is open 6:30-7:15 all weekdays. It serves a hot breakfast. Clients can also learn about local shelters in Taylor County or employers that may be hiring.

City Light Ministries
336 Hickory St
Abilene, Texas 79601
Call the soup kitchen at 673-6686




Southwest Drive Community UMC
3025 Southwest Dr
Abilene, TX 79605
Main phone – 677-8346
Services include Meals on Wheels and brown bags for the elderly. There is also a clothing closet on site for low cost goods.

Many other hunger prevention programs are run by the Food Bank of West Central/Taylor County. The address is 5505 N. First, Abilene, Texas 79603, phone 325.695.6311. Everything from applications to USDA commodities or WIC vouchers are given as well as referrals to pantries. There is also a mobile food service and USDA summer lunches for students.


By Jon McNamara














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