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  • Food Program

    Agency: Salvation Army - Fort Dodge

    How We Help Cure Hunger Compassion Kitchen Community Lunch Program  |  Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Feeding America Fresh Food Distribution  |  Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30 a.m. Bread and Sweets Distribution  |  Monday through Friday at 9 a.m.  Food Pantry  |  Monday through Friday from 1-3 p.m. Thanksgiving Meal


  • Holiday Program Thanksgiving Meal

    Agency: First Christian Church - Ames

     Community Thanksgiving Day DinnerThe Food At First program, in Ames, Iowa consists of a daily free meal program and a perishable food pantry known to the community as the Food at First Free Market.  Special Events include Thanksgiving, Pass Along Gifting Party, and Christmas meals.


  • Food Pantry and Hot Meals

    Agency: Salvation Army - Muscatine

    Food pantry.Meal served Mon, Wed, Fri 11:30 am-12:30 pm.


  • MOHM's Place

    Agency: New Visions Homeless Services

    Hot meals served 7 days a week from 12 noon-1 pm and 5 pm-6:30 pm. Continental breakfast from 8 am-9 am.Provides daily sacked lunches and dinners for pick up in the parking lot.Community wide give-aways of proteins, fresh fruit and vegetables.Food pantry program includes deliveries to families without transportation.Clothing when available, or refe...


  • Outreach Services

    Agency: Pearl City Outreach

    Emergency ShelterFood pantryBreakfast served Mon-Fri 9 am-10 am, supper served Mon-Thu 4:30 pm-5:30 pm.Church located at 509 Mulberry.Clothing Closet, located at 905 East 9th Street in Muscatine, has limited small furniture, household goods, child/baby and adult clothing (based on donations).Support services for individuals in need, including showe...


  • Food Pantry and Hot Meal

    Agency: Faith Food and Fellowship

    A sack lunch is provided instead of a hot meal and pantry is operating as a drive-thru to follow social distancing guidelines.


  • Basic Needs Assistance

    Agency: Gering United Methodist Church

    Soup kitchen every Wednesday at 5:30 pm until the last person is done eating.Food pantry with toiletries, and gas vouchers (limited availability).


  • Pantry

    Agency: Youth Emergency Services Inc

    Meals served Monday through Friday. Times and schedule information available by calling (402) 502-1636.


  • Senior Meal Sites

    Agency: Jasper County Elderly Nutrition

    JASPER COUNTY ELDERLY NUTRITION provides congregate and home delivered meals to people 60 and over. Services also offered: weekend meals, holiday meals, monthly programs at sites, Iowa farmer's market applications in April-May. Locations are listed below. NEWTON CONGREGATE serves on-site meals at 11:30 am Mon-Fri and is located at 2401 1st Avenue E...


  • Food At First

    Agency: First Christian Church - Ames

    Food at First Program- meals and fresh food marketTo go meals and to go meal pantry items only, for now, due to COVID-19 concerns.The Food At First program, in Ames, Iowa consists of a daily free meal program and a perishable food pantry Food at First Free Market.


  • Congregate Meals - Fourth Street Diner

    Agency: Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (HACAP)

    The 4th Street Diner in Vinton offers a buffet-style lunch Sunday through Friday from 11:30 am-1 pm targeted towards seniors, although anyone can participate.Delivers a hot Noon meal Sunday through Friday, targeted towards seniors, although anyone can participate.Provides a Tuesday evening meal once a month.  Must call for date and to make a reserv...


  • Child and Adult Care Food Program

    Agency: Friendly House

    Registered daycare homes in Scott, Clinton, Muscatine and Cedar Counties may apply to Friendly House for reimbursement of meals and snacks served to their daycare children.  Friendly House sponsors the CACFP funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and administered by the State Board of Education.


  • Child Care Food Program

    Agency: Child Nutrition Services

    Provides cash reimbursements for meals and snacks served to children in a child care setting.  Providers may submit menus on-line, on paper, mail, or fax.Resource library and training for participating child care providers, as well as cookbooks and free record-keeping calendars.


  • Child Care Food Program

    Agency: Family Service Association of Lincoln

    Child care food program a federal program administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through the Nebraska Dept. of Education, promotes healthy meals to children in family and childcare homes; reimburses child care providers for serving nutritious qualifying meals/snacks to children in their home child care through age 12; Family Service off...


  • Child And Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

    Agency: Community Action of Southeast Iowa

    Provides financial reimbursement to licensed/registered child care providers for serving nutritious meals and snacks.


  • Child And Adult Care Food Program - Marshall County

    Agency: Mid-Iowa Community Action Inc

    This program works with registered child care development home providers to improve the nutritional level of the children they serve via nutrition classes and home visits. The program reimburses registered providers for providing USDA approved meals and snacks, thus ensuring the nutrition children need to grow.


  • Child and Adult Care Food Program - Hardin County

    Agency: Mid-Iowa Community Action Inc

    Works with registered child care development home providers to improve the nutritional level of the children they serve via nutrition classes and home visits. The program reimburses registered providers for providing USDA approved meals and snacks, thus ensuring the nutrition children need to grow.


  • Child And Adult Care Food Program - Poweshiek County

    Agency: Mid-Iowa Community Action Inc

    Works with registered child care development home providers to improve the nutritional level of the children they serve via nutrition classes and home visits. The program reimburses registered providers for providing USDA approved meals and snacks, thus ensuring the nutrition children need to grow.


  • Child and Adult Care Food Program

    Agency: Sieda Community Action

    Works with registered child care providers to improve the nutritional level of the children they serve via nutrition classes and home visits. The program reimburses registered providers for providing USDA approved meals and snacks, thus ensuring the nutrition children need to grow.


  • Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

    Agency: Polk County Department of Community, Family and Youth Services

    Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is a federally funded program that provides partial meal reimbursement to child care centers (in-home day care), adult day care centers, emergency shelters and child care homes for serving nutritious meals. Day care provider must be registered with the state department of human services.


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