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1st and 3rd Saturday of each month
10am-12pm in the Ministry Center at Harvest Church
Rights and Responsibilities
In accordance with the US Department of Agriculture policy, you will not be discriminated against based on race, gender, age, handicap, religious affiliation
or national origin.
If you experience any changes in your circumstances, it is your responsibility to
inform our Food Pantry Staff.
If you no longer meet the set income guidelines or fail to provide required
eligibility documentation, you will no longer qualify to participate on a continuous
basis and receive nutritional assistance.
TEFAP, The Emergency Food Assistance Program, is a federally funded program that helps supplement the nutritional needs of low-income Americans, including the elderly. TEFAP provides emergency food and nutritional assistance at no cost based on the availability to meet the eligibility and income guidelines explained on this page.
How do I qualify?
You need to meet the eligibility and income guidelines set
by the US Department
Why are there
We receive the bulk of our
food from the Weinberg
Regional Food Bank. They
receive their funding from
both federal and state
programs that require set income guidelines.
1. A valid photo identification
2. Proof of address for household
3. Proof of income
(which includes: wages, social security, disability, supplemental
income, child support, TANF, pensions and food stamps)
4. Social Security Number
5. Full Name, Age and Date of Birth
In our efforts to protect your confidentiality, all of your submitted information is securely kept in locked files.
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