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Food Pantries

CCC’s Food Pantries provide a three-day emergency supply of non-perishable food according to household size. Dibert Food Pantry (Richmond)

  • Hours of Operation: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (9:00am-12:00pm)
  • Identification required
  • Recipients may receive food once within a 30-day period.

We are located at 1601 Rolling Hills Drive, Richmond, 23229 804.285.5986 St. Francis House Food Pantry (Roanoke)

  • Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 11:30 am (Closed the 1st Tuesday of every month)
  • Identification required
  • Recipients may receive food once within a 30-day period.
  • We serve NW and SW Roanoke City only

No appointment is necessary. We are located at 820 Campbell Avenue SW, Roanoke, VA 24016 540.342.7561 ext. 319

We can also help with clothing and baby items. Getting food is critical, but we know it likely will not solve all of the challenges that you may be facing. When you come to get food, you will be given the opportunity to meet with a CCC staff member to determine if there are additional agency or community resources that can help your family.

Donated food is also welcome! The majority of the food we provide is donated by caring members of our community. If you, your family, church, parish or company would like to find out how to donate food, clothing or baby items, please contact Joshua Bridges at Joshua.Bridges@cccofva.org for information or a more comprehensive list of items that are needed.

Over 60 and need food? CCC is working to improve the health of low-income elderly persons by partnering with the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP). CSFP is a food program provided through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) working to improve the health of low-income elderly persons.  Seniors who qualify will receive a monthly, pre-packaged shelf-stable box of food and a box of cheese. See household income eligibility in chart below:

CSFP Chart

To learn about the coverage areas and how to enroll :  Joanna Sosnkowska, 804.285.5986 or Joanna.Sosnkowska@cccofva.org.

Volunteers are always needed! If you would like to find out more about becoming a volunteer, please click here.

Because of support from people like you, CCC can keep meeting the basic needs of Roanoke and Richmond area residents. Your help is vital to our operation. Many of our donors give every month or every week, like clockwork. Those faithful gifts allow us to keep our doors open and provide us with something to give.  With those offerings, we are able to add to people’s health and quality of life. To make a donation, please click here.

 

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