Food Assistance

These resources include information on local food pantries, weekly or monthly community meals, or long term food assistance.

  • Ansted Ministry Center

    Participants can receive food once a month and cleaning supplies every 2 months. Every Thursday from 9:30am-12pm.

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  • Calvary Baptist Church

    Community meal every 3rd Saturday from 11am-1pm

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  • DHHR (Department of Health and Human Resources)

    DHHR offers SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Benefits. SNAP provides monthly benefits to help eligible households buy food. Eligibility to receive benefits is based on household size, income, assets and some household expenses.

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  • EnAct Community Action

    EnAct Community Action has developed partnerships with different organizations/churches to operate emergency food pantries in all five counties. Our pantries are stocked by donations and purchases made from grant funds. Our food pantries operate at different times and days depending on the county. EnAct Community Action also partners with several schools in our service area providing “back packs” of food to qualifying students.

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  • Falls View Presbyterian Church

    We partner with WIC to provide baby formula, baby food and milk. Applicants must meet WIC income guidelines and criteria to review food and/or formula. Call to confirm before visiting, Wednesday from 12pm to 4pm.

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  • Fayette County Emergency Food Assistance Center

    Monthly food distributions, please call to receive schedule or visit our Facebook page.

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  • Fayetteville United Methodist Church

    Food Pantry available every 4th Thursday from 10am to Noon with the exception of November and December. (3rd Thursday for November and December)
    Free community meal on the 2nd Thursday from 6pm to 7:30pm. Last Saturday from 11am to 1:30pm.

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  • First Brethren Church of Oak Hill

    Reaching Our Community with Kindness (R.O.C.K.) serves a free community meal usually on the 4th Saturday from 11am to 2pm. If you need a ride, please call 304-469-6153 and leave a message at least 24 hours before.

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  • Lewis Christian Community Center

    Community meal every Thursday from 6pm to 8pm.

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  • Oak Hill United Methodist Church

    Food pantry every 4th Wednesday from 10am to 11am with the exception of November and December. (3rd Wednesday for November and December).

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  • One Voice

    Food for Angels and One Voice helps children throughout the Southern part of West Virginia. Each week we reach hundreds of students. FFA bags typically include: cereal, peanut butter crackers, beverage, cereal bars, ramen noodles, chips, pudding cup, fruit cup, gummy snacks, Chef Boyardee, and oatmeal. *Items may change due to inventory availability.

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  • SALS (Southern Appalachian Labor School)

    Monthly food distributions, please call to find out times and schedule.

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  • St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church

    Provides food on as needed basis, must have a referral from DHHR/number of persons in home/proof of income.

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  • Warm Hands from Warm Hearts

    The Food of Faith ministry provides food for 115 elementary age children in need from three local schools. This ministry provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner every Saturday and Sunday.
    Hot meals for the homeless and needy are served at Carpenter’s Corner at 104 Prince Street in Beckley, WV on the fourth Sunday of every month.
    Bags of food for those who need it are available at the Center for Hope every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30pm to 8pm.

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  • WIC (Women, Infants and Children)

    Fayette County staff offer services for pregnant women, infants and children up to the age of five years. In addition to their monthly food package, in the summer they offer farmer’s market coupons. They have breastfeeding classes and one-on-one nutritional consultations to help you make healthy food choices and give you information to establish healthy lifestyle habits.

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