Food Banks and Pantries around Melbourne FL
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which also means Christmas and the rest of the holiday season is just a hop, skip and jump away. That realization may send you into stressed-out overdrive as you prepare meals, decorations, gifts and everything else that goes along with this part of the year. We would like you to keep in mind that there are many others out there who are stressed out about being able to put food on their table each day. This is a problem throughout the year; which it is highlighted even more during the holiday season. That’s why we have decided now is the perfect time to tell you about some of the wonderful organizations that fight hunger in our community. More specifically, we’re going to tell you about some of the food banks and pantries that thanklessly serve our beloved hometown of Melbourne, FL. So, as you prepare your Thanksgiving meals and other holiday treats, please remember those in our community that are less fortunate than yourself. These organizations not only need food, but our time. Please give what you can of either.
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Daily Bread, Inc. of Melbourne is a non-profit organization headquartered at 815 East Fee Avenue. Their mission is to ensure everyone in our community has enough to eat; along with having everything they need to become a self-sufficient member of society. They have a Food Bank Warehouse at 1408 Morningside Drive and a Thrift Shop at 412 East New Haven Avenue. They are always happy to accept donations of food, other daily necessities, and are always in need of volunteers to ensure those donations get to those who need them the most. More information on how to donate and how to volunteer can be found by clicking the link above.
Second Harvest Food Bank
Second Harvest Food Bank has a location at 6928A Vickie Circle in West Melbourne that offers food assistance and many other helpful community resources. They are also always looking for donations of food and time. More information on how to donate and how to volunteer can be found by clicking the Second Harvest Food Bank link above.
Other Food Banks and Helpful Resources
These two organizations aren’t the only two in our community. If you’d like to learn more about the organizations fighting hunger and poverty in our community, please click here to check out the Community Foundation for Brevard’s Food Gap Resource Listing.
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