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Lackawanna County-Pennsylvania-Free Food pantries /Food Banks

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Free Food pantries /Food Banks

Food banks and free food pantries listed below help families that are facing hunger. The pantries are mostly located at churches and non-profits in the region. Most of the free food pantry locations may have an application process, which usually requires proof of income, residency proof etc. Using donations from the community, and relying on volunteers, the locations may pass out free boxes of food or serve a meal.


Family Center University of Scranton
Address is 239 Kessler Court
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510-4699
Call 570-941-6112
Students collect surplus groceries, dairy, and restaurant quality meals. The goods are provided to very low income and homeless families.


Moosic Assembly of God Church
477 Third Street
Moosic, Pennsylvania 18507
Main phone – 570-457-4663
In a crisis, non-perishable, fresh meals, and/or frozen foods are offered. The charity only covers Avoca,  Moosic, Old Forge, Taylor, and the town of Duryea.


Friends of the Poor – Valley View Terrace
Scranton, PA, 18505
570-348-3119
Another site is at Kennedy St and Kelly Ave in Bangor Heights. Call 570-348-4428.


Salvation Army Food Pantry
Scranton, PA, 18505
Telephone: 570-344-9878
An appointment is needed. Services range from a pantry to Christmas meals or gifts, applications to SNAP food stamps, and even financial aid in a crisis.


Mainstream Revival Center
43 N. Church Street
Carbondale, Pennsylvania 18407
Call 570-282-0819
Local families can use this food bank on Wednesdays.


St. Michael’s Church
Address : 316 First Ave.
Jessup, PA
Main phone – 343-2324


Safety Net
Main address – 550 Madison Avenue
Scranton, PA 18510
570-347-4730
A leading social service agency in Lackawanna County. There is vouchers for clothing, food, and grants for rent or energy bills. They also refer clients to benefits such as WIC vouchers or SNAP.


St. Joseph’s Center – Baby Pantry
2010 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA, 18509
Main phone – 570-963-1261
Baby formula, diapers, baby supplies and furniture and more is provided.


Lackawanna County Assistance Office
100 Lackwanna Avenue
Scranton, PA, 18503-1972
Dial 877-431-1887
Applications are for government programs, including Nutrition Assistance. This will provide an EBT card as part of food stamps. Other aid includes SSI applications, low income housing, and other state and federal benefits.


United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania
Address is 425 Alder Street
Scranton, PA, 18505
Main phone – 570-346-0759


PathStone
Address is 135 Franklin Avenue
Scranton, Pennsylvania, 18503
Phone: 570-963-4671
Emergency food, hot meals, and holiday help is only for migrant and seasonal farmworkers.


Big Friends Little Friends –  Weinberg Food Bank
638 Hemlock Street
Scranton, Pennsylvania, 18509
570-348-4428


St. Paul’s/ St. Clare’s Parish
2235 North Washington Ave.
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Phone number is 961-1549


St. Francis Commons Food pantry
Address: 504 Penn Avenue
Scranton, PA
Phone number is 570-342-5556
The charity may have hygiene items (such as soap or cleaning supplies) as well as food and Toiletries.


New Life Assembly of God
415 Hickory Street
Scranton, PA
Appointments are needed. Call 570-489-8321.


Bread Basket of NEPA
Location – 550 Madison Ave.
Scranton, PA
Dial 343-2324 for information.
The pantry is available on time per month. There are also meals in Lackawanna County, including at holidays. Another site is at 76 Salem Ave., which is Vandling First Presbyterian Church in Carbondale. Call 343-2324


St. Thomas Aquinas/Christ the King Parish
Archbald 411 Church Street
Archbald, Pennsylvania
343-2324


Elm Park Methodist Church
710 Linden St.
343-2324
There may be free food for working poor residents of South and Center City in Scranton.


North Scranton – Bread Basket
Address is Our Father’s House Church at 1820 Church Avenue
North Scranton, PA 18508
Dial the pantry at 343-2324


Angel’s Attic – UNC
410 Olive Street
Scranton, PA, 18509
Main phone – 570-343-8835
Donations from Lackawanna County allow the non-profit to help. There is food, clothing, hygiene, Thanksgiving meals, and more. Vulnerable seniors can sign up for meals on wheels.


Catholic Social Services – Carbondale
80 Terrace Street
Carbondale, Pennsylvania
Call 570-282-0460
Food and basic needs are for low income as well as underemployed Lackawanna County resident. Seniors can request home delivery, and staff also provide case management services. There may be school supplies too.
Another church is at 638 Hemlock Street. Call 570-207-2283.


Green Ridge Assembly of God
Mailing address – 825 Green Ridge Street
Scranton, PA
570-343-4600
Both fresh and frozen groceries may be provided to clients. There may also be household items, such as paper products, winter attire, boots for children, and more.

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