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Williamson County food pantries.

Depending on the circumstances being faced by a family, Williamson County food banks and pantries provide help to the needy. The centers will provide a wide variety of staple groceries to both help prevent hunger and also help residents maintain their health. There will also be other services in Franklin Tennessee, ranging from case managements referring the working poor to WIC vouchers, SNAP food stamps, and even financial aid.

The resources in the community are limited. After an application process has been completed, income qualified clients may receive one box of groceries or a hot meal. The contents will vary based on household size and available donations. But the boxes may have fruits, vegetables, perishable food, canned goods, and even more specialty items such as baby formula. Call one of the Williamson County Tennessee food banks for an application as well as hours.

The Well
1001 Chapman's Crossing
Spring Hill, Tennessee 37174
(615) 302-9355
Up to one week of free food is offered to clients. They serve Williamson County and the following towns of College Grove, Thompson Station, Spring Hill, Columbia, and Santa Fe.

Heartland Baptist Church - Food Pantry
Address is 307 East Jefferson Pike
Williamson County portion of Murfreesboro, TN 37130
(615) 890-3834
The charity offers small amount of groceries or perishable goods. It is only open on Monday's.

CARES - Food Pantry
(800) 845-4266
This location also covers the Franklin area. Food is only for HIV impacted individuals. Items will also be customized for their dietary needs.




GraceWorks Ministries
Address - 104 Southeast Parkway, Suite 100
Franklin, TN 37064
For hours, call (615) 794-9055
What may be offered includes fresh produce, baby formula, soup, and even Christmas meals.

Well Outreach - Food Assistance Program
5226 Main Street, Suite C-5
Spring Hill, Tennessee 37174
Phone: (615) 302-9355
Residents of  Spring Hill, Thompson Station or College Grove can turn to the food bank at most twice per month. They need to be low income or senior citizens.

Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency
Location - 129 West Fowlkes Street
Franklin, TN 37064
(615) 790-5789
The Nutrition Program is for CSBG qualified residents. They also offer information on applications for SNAP food stamps, financial aid, and USDA commodity food. Workshops can also show families how to prepare meals and save on groceries by using coupons or shopping more effectively.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle TN
Call (615) 837-2444 for referrals.
They partner with charities, and also run the backpack program for students and children.

Bellevue United Methodist Church
While the address is 7501 Old Harding Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37221, they also cover Williamson.
(615) 646-4146




Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency
Main address is 129 W Fowlkes St., Suite 130-B
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
(615) 790-9287
They focus on senior citizens and the disabled. The main programs are free Meals on Wheels as well as food and activities at Senior Dining Centers.

For information on local soup kitchens or food pantries, dial 615.329.3491. Or callers can learn about government resources, such as TEFAP - Emergency Food Assistance or summer meals and snacks.


By Jon McNamara

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