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Queens-New York-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.


Mashiba

Masbia is a nonprofit soup kitchen network and food pantry, everyday providing hot, nutritious meals for hundreds of New Yorkers in desperate need of food. Alongside our hot-meal program, we also give out bags of much needed groceries every week to those with not enough at home, through our weekend take-home package program. Masbia works to not only feed the hungry, but to provide free, wholesome, and delicious meals for people in a restaurant-style environment, with volunteer waiters serving each person with respect and dignity. The non-profit organization run a soup kitchen for those who are age 60 and older as well as their spouses. Meals on Wheels is also available.
Pantry take-home packages are distributed every Thursday in Masbia of Flatbush from 7:00am – 10:00am.You can also receive packages Sunday – Thursday from 5:00pm – 6:00pm. Masbia of Boro Park distributes packages from 8:00am – 11:00am. Masbia of Queens distributions are Sunday – Thursday from 2:00pm – 6:00pm. Please note for Masbia of Queens and Masbia of Flatbush, only one package per week can be picked up.

General Information
Anyone can receive a package. No identification is required
Those who want a package must sign in to our digital pantry system.
Items on the pantry form vary depending on availability
Please wait patiently in line while being helped. Disorderly conduct causes disruption in the process.
Do not come before the starting pantry time.

Masbia of Queens

Address: 105-47 64th Road Forest Hills NY 11375
Phone: 718-972-4446 x207, 718-534-7321
Fax: 718-897-1150
Email: info@masbiaqueens.org
Website: masbiaqueens.org
Site Coordinator: Ruben Diaz
Dining Hours:Sunday – Thursday 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Pantry Hours:Sunday – Thursday 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Volunteer Hours:Sunday – Thursday 2:00pm – 6:00pm


St. Mary’s Senior Center
Address: 10-15 49th Avenue
Queens, NY 11101
(718) 729-2688


St. Rafeal R.C. Church Food
35-20 Greenpoint Avenue
Telephone – (718) 729-8957


Steinway Child & Family Services
41-36 27th Street
Telephone – (718) 389-5100


Family Center of North Queens
Main address: 23-40 Astoria Boulevard
(718) 726-9790


St. Margaret Mary Church
9-18 27th Avenue
Call (718) 721-9020
The location is open limited hours. It may have free boxes of food, hot meals, groceries, and other support for the needy and homeless in the community.


Iglesias Hispana De La Comunidad, Inc.
36-16 Astoria Boulevard
Phone number is (718) 205-8225


New York School Urban Ministry
Main address – 31-65 46th Street
Long Island City, NY 11103
Call the pantry at (718) 204-6471 for hours.


Salvation Army-Astoria Community Center
45-18 Broadway
Long Island City New york 11103
(718) 721-9046
As with most Salvation Army centers in Queens and other cities, the location administers several social services and emergency programs. Examples include a food pantry, clothing closet, and free Christmas assistance. While more limited, some cash assistance may be offered in a crisis to Queens residents, in particular to prevent homelessness including funds for paying rent or energy bills. Call the non-profit to explore their assistance programs.


Peter Della Monica Senior Center
23-56 Broadway
(718) 626-1500
Programs offered include Meals-On-Wheels and other recreation type activities for seniors. All foodstuffs served will meet government nutritional guidelines.


Self-Help Prince Street Senior Center
Main address – 36-12 Prince Street
Main phone number is (718) 961-4550


Community Service/Elmcor Youth
107-20 Northern Boulevard
Call (718) 651-0096


Corona S.d.a. Church
35-30 103rd Street
Call (718) 271-1413 for hours.
Resources offered include a Food Pantry. The location also processes applications for state of New York and federal government programs such as Medicaid; Medicare; and SNAP Food Stamps.


Lefrak City Jewish Center
98-15 Horace Harding Expressway
(718) 271-9621
A food bank is open a couple days per week. If you live outside of the immediate community, you will need to bring an ID for all family members.


Mt. Olivet Gospel Church
33-27 97th Street
Main phone number is (718) 478-0780


The Salvation Army Temple Corp
Address: 86-07 35th Avenue
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Call (718) 335-3693
Services include bags of groceries and special free Thanksgiving and Christmas meals and turkeys. Social workers from the center can also help residents meet other needs.


Catherine Sheridan Senior Center
35-24 83rd Street
Call (718) 458-4600


House of Prayer, Inc.
Location is 80-15 45th Avenue
Queens, NY 11373
(718) 507-2652


Aids Center of Queens County
97-45 Queens Boulevard, Suite 1200
Main number is (718) 896-2500
Resources available include a Food Pantry. Need to have an ID or Medicaid card in order to get help.


Rego Park Senior Center
Pantry address is 93-29 Queens Boulevard
Call (718) 896-8511


Forest Hills Senior Center
Main location is 108-25 62nd Drive
Forest Hills, New York 11375
Telephone number is (718) 699-1010


Young Israel of Forest Hills
68-07 Burns Street
(718) 520-2305


Corpus Christi Food Pantry
31-31 60th St.
Woodside, New York
Phone: (718) 278-8114
Items provided from the center include dry food such as cereal, milk, soup, rice, beans, tuna, salmon, and vegetables. Hours are 11-1pm every Wednesday.


Woodside Senior Assistance
61-20 Woodside Avenue
Phone: (718) 779-1576
Elderly and senior citizens from the area can get help in the form of a meal or box of food. This can include perishable food, frozen goods, and more.


Polonians Organized Ministry
60-17 56th. Drive
Phone – (718) 326-9098


Glenridge Senior Citizen Multi Services
59-03 Summerfield Street
(718) 386-5136


Ridgewood Older Adult Center
Location: 59-14 70th Avenue
Main number is (718) 456-2000


Linden S.D.A Church Community Services
228-20 137th Avenue
(718) 740-4983
A pantry help the unemployed, poor, and struggling in Queens.


St. Albans Gospel Assembly
Main address is 200-25-27 Linden Boulevard
Telephone number – (718) 525-2642


St. Catherine’s Rectory
Address is 118 – 22 Riverton Street
Call (718) 528-1220


Vfw Post #766
22-18 Merrick Boulevard
(718) 341-1395
Veterans from Queens and their immediate family members may be able to receive help from this non-profit center. Receive support including food, groceries, information on government aid and more. Military members can also access resources.


Our Lady of Grace Ministry
Main address of the pantry is 158-10 101st Street
Howard Beach, NY
(718) 845-6635
The church also runs day care and child centers in Queens.


Calvary Assembly of God
101-01 Rockaway Boulevard
Ozone Park, NY 1141
Call (718) 496-8872 for hours.
They offer food and nutrition services to the poor, less fortunate, and others. This includes cooking classes too.


Elohim Christian Church, Inc.
87-47 111th Street
(917) 678-4766
A hot meal, lunch, or breakfast may be served. Programs can meet a number of needs of the community.


Leviticus Church
Main address is 114-12 Van Wick Expressway
South Ozone Park, NY 11420
Call (718) 322-1095


Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Address is 111-50 115th Street
(718) 843-1212
If you have ID and can prove your need, the church may be able to offer food, such as rice, breads, or beans. Free canned goods are offered.


Queens Children Psychiatric Center
74-03 Commonwealth Boulevard
Telephone number is (718) 264-4626


Hollis Avenue Church
211-04 Hollis Avenue
(718) 468-1498
Queens Village, NY 11429
Call for hours of food distribution. What is available depends heavily on donations and other factors. A free soup kitchen with meals, including at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas is available.


New Greater Bethel Ministries
207-14 Hollis Avenue
Phone number is (718) 776-6864
A hot meal may be offered as well as referrals to social services. The homeless may also get some clothing, blanket, or information on local shelters in Queens.


Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church
179-09 Jamaica Avenue
(718) 297-5908


First Presbyterian Church
Food bank is at 89-60 164th Street
(718) 526-4775
Administers programs for people in the immediate area.


First Reformed Church of Jamaica
159-29 90th Avenue
Call (718)-658-6333


Tabernacle of Prayer
Address is 90-07 Merrick Boulevard
Jamaica, New York, 11432
(718) 527-3998


The Salvation Army Jamaica
90-23 161st Street
Call (718) 455-4102
Some of what may be offered includes free Christmas assistance, holiday meals, a box of food, and seasonal programs like school supplies and backpacks. Also get information on transitional housing and other programs for basic needs.


Bethany Baptist Church of Jamaica
110-47 157th Street
Tele: (718) 659-6099


Bethel Gospel Tabernacle Church
Main address – 110-25 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard
(718) 291-4452


Bethel Mission charity organization
106-15 154th Street
Jamaica, NY 11433
(718) 658-2484


Calvary Baptist Church
111-10 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard
Call (718) 297-2301


Faith Tabernacle Baptist Church
Address: 106-51 160th Street
Jamaica, New York 11433
Dial (718) 291-0841


Apostolic Temple of Jesus Christ
Location is 137-18 Farmers Boulevard
(718) 528-1021


Greater St. Stephen Missionary
121-17 Sutphin Boulevard
(718)659-8814
If the location can’t help you feed your family, volunteers and staff may have referrals or suggestions. Criteria and an application process is in place.


Robert Couche Senior Center
Address is 137-57 Farmers Boulevard
Springfield Gardens New York 11434
(718) 978-8352
The agency focuses on helping people age 55 or over. Congregate meals are served as well as a delivery service. They also help senior citizens apply for Medicare, organize field trips in Queens and NYC and more.


Rush Temple Church
Main address – 119-48 Sutphin Boulevard
(718) 529-5719
Some of what may offered, depending on donations, includes baby formula, diapers, and boxes of free food.


Springfield Gardens Church
Location is 145-94 176th Street
Call (718) 712-4672


Morris Brown Ame Church
Address is 145-03 Rockaway Boulevard
Telephone number is (718) 322-7596


St. Vincent De Paul – St. Pius
106-12 Liverpool Street
Queens, NY 11435
(718) 739-3731
A leading non-profit in the state and nation. The charity focuses on helping the poor, disabled, and people who are less fortunate. Some funds for paying bills or medications may be available, along with boxes of free food.


Deliverance Temple Church
Main address is 134-10 Rockaway Boulevard
(718) 529-1108


Jewish Services Coalition
257 Beach 17th Street
Far Rockaway, NY
Phone – (718) 327-6060


United Veterans Beacon House
113-03 Rockaway Beach Boulevard
(631) 665-1571
Need to make an appointment. A shelter is also available if needed.


Allen A.M.E. Cathedral
110-31 Merrick Blvd,
Jamaica, New York City
Telephone – (718) 206-4600
The food bank and soup kitchen is only open Monday and Thursday, 11 am to 1 pm.


Bethany Baptist Church of Jamaica
110-47 157th St.
Main number is (718) 659-6099
The free food pantry also has hygiene products, fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat too.


Bethel of America Food Pantry
26-02 4th St., Astoria
Call (718) 204 2813 for hours and intake process.
Boxes of canned goods or surplus government commodities may be served. Children can also receive snacks during the and older Queens residents can also receive support.


Bethel Gospel Tabernacle Church
110-25 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Call (718) 291-2676


Bethesda Mission Baptist Church
179-09 Jamaica Ave.
Jamaica, NY 11432
Dial the pantry at (718) 297-5908


Calvary Baptist Church
Address is 111-10 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Phone – (718) 297-2301
Members from the church will help the poor and less fortunate. Receive free groceries and other goods. Some household supplies or clothes may be offered too.


Center of Hope International – Bread of Life Food Pantry
Food bank location is 38-49 12th St., L.I.C.
(718) 784-4673
Meals, fresh fruits, and other basic goods can be supplied.


Church of Christ the King
145-39 Farmers Blvd., Springfield Gardens
Call (718) 528-6010


Cladagh Inn
316 Beach 73rd St., Rockaway Beach based
Phone – Call (718) 945-2897


Community Bible Evangelical Free Church
Address is 102-16 89th Avenue
(718)849-0311
Hot meals and more can be provided to the needy. Need to meet program terms. Only supports residents of the immediate area, and will not discriminate on religion or other factors.


Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities
Address is 107-20 Northern Blvd.
Corona, New York 11368
Call (718) 651-0096


First Church of God in Christ
187-10 Baisley Blvd.
(718) 712-4831


First Presbyterian Church of Jamaica Ave.
89-60 164th St.
Telephone number is (718) 526-4775


Goodwill Feeding Program
4-21 27th Avenue Apt. 4N, Astoria
Phone (718) 721-0825
A meal or box of groceries may be provided to those in need.


Hollis Ave. Congregational Church
211-04 Hollis Ave., Queens Village
(718) 468-1498


Hour Children Food Pantry
Address: 36-49 11th Street
Telephone – (718) 482-8226
Baby formula, snacks for students, and applications to the Women, Infant, Children’s (WIC) program are available. Pregnant mothers can also receive help.


Leviticus Church
Main address is 114-12 Van Wyck Expressway
Ozone Park, NY 11420
Call – (718) 322-1095


Macedonia AME Church
37-22 Union St., Flushing
Telephone – (718) 353-5870
Bags of groceries may be passed out, such as soups. Or ask about meal programs, including for students and children.


Mt. Calvary Church of God in Christ
194-59 Murdock Ave.
No referral needed / no phone.


Mt. Olivet Gospel Church
Location is 33-27 97th St.
Telephone – (718) 478-0780
Food assistance programs are offered to people in the zip code. Other services include clothing, blanks, and holiday/Christmas meals.


Our Lady of Grace Ministry of Care & Service
158-10 115th St.
Located in the Howard Beach region.
(718) 845-6635


Peoples United Methodist Church
14-54 31st Road
Astoria, NY 11106
Call (718) 729-6013 for hours.
A hot meal and more may be passed out to the needy.


St. Margaret Mary Church
9-18 27th Avenue
Telephone number is (718) 721-9020


St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church
Address is 150-75 Goethals Ave.
Call (718) 969-3226 for hours.


St. Rafael R.C. Church
35-20 Greenpoint Avenue, 4C
Queens, New York 11101
Dial (718) 729-8957
Members of the parish and immediate community, if they have proper ID, may receive a meal or box of groceries, including fresh goods.


Salvation Army/Astoria Corps
45-18 Broadway LIC
(718) 721-9046
Salvation Army has several locations and food pantries in the Queens area. The primary locations are below. Each will have a pantry and they also partner with other charities in Queens. A clothing closet and thrift store is also available at most sites. Other activities offered, some by referrals, including applications for HEAP or food stamps.
86-07 35th Ave., (718) 335-3693
Jamaica Citadel, 90-23 161st St., dial (718) 297-4860
Ridgewood Citadel, 69-23 Cyprus Hill St., telephone number is (718) 497-4356


Solid Rock SDA Church
52-05 Rockaway Beach Blvd.,
Main number is (718) 474-9306


Tabernacle of Prayer
Location – 90 –07 Merrick Blvd, Jamaica
Call (718) 657-4210



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