Food Assistance

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EnAct - your community resource agency

Kimberly Office
Upper Kanawha Valley Community Center 
14 Old School House Street 
Kimberly, WV 25118 
(304) 442-2018

EnAct partners with the Upper Kanawha Valley Community Center in Kimberly, WV to provide hot and nutritious lunches Monday - Friday to qualified individuals in the Valley area. Garden seeds are available to qualified individuals in the spring to supplement their nutritional needs. Staff partner with local agencies to instruct and provide informational pamphlets on how to can and freeze vegetables. 
EnAct can provide direct payments on qualified customers' utility bills, housing bills, eyeglass and prescriptions costs. EnAct also administers a Handyman Program for small home improvement projects to promote home safety and accessibility.
EnAct in partnership with the WVCAP purchases baby food to distribute to low- income families throughout West Virginia. DHHR referrals.


Donna Martin

Danese, WV 25831

(304) 438-5551

Donna Martin is an independent volunteer who provides needs upon request. Call ahead to discuss need and schedule a time for pick up Monday-Thursday from 9am-6pm.


Falls View Presbyterian Church

PO Box 5

Charlton Heights, WV 25040
Located on Rt. 60 in Falls View
(304) 779-2870

Falls View Presbyterian Church provides a baby clothing and accessory pantry, weekly on Wednesday, from 12:00pm-4:00pm. Assistance includes clothing for children 0 to 5 years of age, accessories such as cribs and car seats (as items are available), diapers and wipes are usually available. Also partners with WIC to provide baby formula, baby food and milk. Applicant must meet WIC income guidelines and criteria to receive food and formula. Call to confirm they are open before visiting. No fee for services


Fayette County Emergency Food Assistance

Rt. 16 South Fayette Heights
PO Box 735
Fayetteville, WV
(304) 574-3733

Fayette County Emergency Food Assistance is provided for persons needing supplemental food supplies on both an emergency and monthly basis. Applicant must meet income guidelines, or have DHHR referral, provide proof of income, proof of address and social security numbers for all household members. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00am -– 12:00pm.


Fayette County Dept. of Health and Human Resources (DHHR)

1400 Virginia Street
Oak Hill, WV
(304) 465-9613

DHHR provides monthly food purchase benefits to help eligible households buy food. Eligibility to receive benefits is based on household size, income, assets and some household expenses. The income and asset limits are determined by the federal government. Food Stamp benefits may only be used to purchase food for human consumption and seeds/plants to grow food at home. Food Stamp benefits cannot be used for: household items, grooming products, tobacco, alcohol products, pet food, etc.


Fayette County Senior Program

PO Box 770 (108 Lewis Street)

Oak Hill, WV 25901
(304) 465-8484

Fayette County Senior Program provides delivered meals to elderly who are not mobile and are unable to leave their homes. Meals are also available on site for those who are mobile. No referral necessary. Applicant must register for services, phone applications possible. Transportation to nutrition sites is available.


Fayetteville Baptist Church

104 Ankrom Street
Fayetteville, WV 25840

(304) 574-1074

Fayetteville Baptist Church provides assistance that consists of $25 worth of food from any area market when funds are available. Applicant must have referral from DHHR. Call for details and availability, Monday-Friday from 9:00 am-1:00 pm.


Fayetteville Methodist Church

120 High Street
Fayetteville, WV 25840

(304) 574-0187

Fayetteville Methodist Church operates a food pantry the 4th Thursday of every month, except November and December, when the pantry will be open the 3rd Thursday. No referral needed, but must live in Fayetteville or immediate surrounding area. Bring in a utility bill for proof of address. Occasional funds are available for utility assistance. A $25.00 assistance will be given once a year. Must have DHHR or CRA referral for utility assistance. Call for information on utility assistance.


Good News Outreach Mission

Across from Meadow Bridge Clinic
PO Box 112
Meadow Bridge, WV 25976
(304) 484-6106

Good News Outreach Mission has food available through a food pantry, although supplies are limited. Clothing closet is provided for families or individuals. No referral needed for clothing. No charge for services. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm.


Meadow Bridge United Methodist Church

Meadow Bridge, WV 25976
Rt. 20, Across from doctors office

(304) 484-7952

Meadow Bridge United Methodist Church supplies food sources as available and needed, first come first serve. Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays from 9am-5pm.

Montgomery Presbyterian Church

4th and Washington Street

Montgomery, WV 25136
(304) 779-2870

Montgomery Presbyterian Church offers a food pantry from 9:30am -– 11:30am daily. One bag of food is available with no referral or guidelines. Clothing Closet is from 9am-12 pm. One bag of clothing and shoes is provided with no referral or guidelines needed. Call to confirm they are open for service before visiting.

Southern Appalachian Labor School (SALS)

Building Lives from the Ground Up

SALS handles emergency food and utility assistance in the Loop Creek area of Fayette County.

Raynes Building
6834 Deepwater Mountain Road
Fayetteville, WV 25840

Emergency food and utility assistance is offered for the Oak Hill area

SALS Historic Oak Hill School
140 School Strett
Oak Hill, WV 25901

Food pantry is held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month

Historic Oak Hill School
140 School Street
Oak Hill, WV 25901

Beards Fork Community Center
Beards Fork, WV


Energy Express - summer months
Accent Education - after school during the school months
Summer Feeding program - during Energy Express providing a healthy breakfast and lunch and  delivering lunches to children in the valley area

Summer feeding programs

Serves nutritious lunch to low income complexes in the Plateau Area

SALS Historic Oak Hill School
140 School Street
Oak Hill, WV

Warm Hands from Warm Hearts

The Center of Hope

319 Main Street East
Oak Hill, WV 25901
(304) 222-0629

Warm Hands from Warm Hearts is a nonprofit that collects winter weather wear for elementary students. We also have a food pantry and a computer lab. Every Thursday at 7:00pm there is a small group addiction meeting.
The Center of Hope is open Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 5:00-7:00pm; and also morning hours on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00am-12:00pm.