• Food Pantries

     

    Atlanta Public Schools (APS)

    Atlanta Public Schools offers food pantries at select school locations. Contact the school for more information:

    1. William M. Boyd ES: 404-802-8150
    2. Drew Charter School: 404-687-0001
    3. Fickett ES: 404-802-7850
    4. Garden Hills ES: 404-802-7800
    5. Emma Hutchinson ES: 404-802-7650
    6. John Lewis Invictus Academy: 404-802-6100
    7. Michael Hollis Innovation Academy: 404-802-8200
    8. Morningside ES: 404-802-8950
    9. Perkerson ES: 404-802-3950
    10. Phoenix Academy: 404-802-5800
    11. Sarah Smith ES: 404-802-3850
    12. J. Scott ES: 404-802-7000
    13. Sylvan Hills MS: 404-802-6200
    14. Booker T. Washington HS: 404-802-4600
    15. West Manor ES: 404-802-3350
    16. Jean Childs Young MS- 404-802-5900

     

    Grady Mobile Food Pantry: Food as Medicine Prescription Program

    For Grady Hospital patients with a diet-related chronic disease. All participants must meet screening guidelines established in Grady outpatient clinics and must have a referral from your Grady primary care provider. For more information visit https://www.gradyhealth.org/food-as-medicine/ 

     

    Intown Collaborative Ministries

    Food Pantry on Tuesdays and Saturdays ; 10 am- noon

    1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
    For more information, call (404) 590-6956 or email info@intowncm.org

     

    Free Food Commune

    Free food from 1:30--2p

    • One pass around the tables, with the line ordered by time of ARRIVAL
    • Bring Plastic containers with lids, plastic tote bin (18-gallon or smaller), plastic 1-gallon pitcher WITH LID for you to receive loose strawberries, cooked dinner food, etc; capacity 8-cup, qty 5—20, to carry your food selections, still-very-hot Soup For people, and to get Scraps For Dogs, if you have dogs.
    • In hot-weather months may want to bring a cooler with ice, so that your cold food keeps until you get it home into the refrigerator.
    • All counties welcome.
    • No documentation needed of identity, residence, income, etc.

    For more information visit https://www.freefoodcommune.us/our-programs

     

    MUST Ministries

    Once a month, including the summer, families can come to the pantry and choose items their families need and enjoy.

    Pick-up Locations:

    • MUST Marietta Client Services 1407 Cobb Pkwy. N, Marietta, GA
    • MUST Cherokee Client Services 111 Brown Industrial Canton, GA
    • MUST Smyrna Client Services 460 Pat Mell Rd SE, Smyrna, GA

    Partner with schools by providing food and toiletries to at risk students and families through our campus-based food pantry program.

    Work very closely with their school social workers, counselors and staff to identify children and families in crisis.

    Contact your child's school counselor or social worker to be considered for the Neighborhood Pantry program. The schools are responsible for selecting families who qualify.

    Once a month, including the summer, families can come to the pantry and choose items their families need and enjoy.

    Pick-up Locations:

    • MUST Marietta Client Services 1407 Cobb Pkwy. N, Marietta, GA
    • MUST Cherokee Client Services 111 Brown Industrial Canton, GA
    • MUST Smyrna Client Services 460 Pat Mell Rd SE, Smyrna, GA

    https://www.mustministries.org/food

     

    Salvation Army

    Contact local Salvation Army Corps Community Centers for food pantry locations and times, or visit https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/cure-hunger/

    The Salvation Army Atlanta Harbor Light
     469 Marietta Street
     Atlanta, GA 30313
     (404) 486-2700

    The Salvation Army Atlanta Kroc Center
     967 Dewey Street SW
     Atlanta, GA 30310
     (404) 638-7195

    The Salvation Army Atlanta Temple
     2090 N Druid Hills Road NE
     Atlanta, GA 30329
     (404) 486-2800