Who Is Eligible?
Note: Only Priority clients will be served the first 10 days of each month.
1) Sixty-five years of age or older;
2) Disabled (Documentation required)
3) At least one child under age 5.
All other clients will be served the last 1 week of each month.
In a "Crisis" situation need will be available outside of the guidelines listed above.
The HEAP Program is available to all:
Home Energy Assistance: Once every 12 months
Crisis Assistance: Once every six months
Farm Share is a large-scale food bank and charitable packinghouse working to end hunger. They serve more impoverished areas because they don’t pass costs on to community groups. They specialize in getting donated fresh fruits and vegetables from Florida’s farmers and putting it into the hands of the millions of low-income families in need of nutritious food. They believe no family deserves to go hungry, and no food should end up in a landfill. This is why they distribute food across our great state for free. And this is why Restoration Network has partnered with Mount Moriah Church as a distribution point, to serve the community! We also use 2nd Harvest Food Bank to distribute meats and other goods.
2nd & 3rd Monday of each month (unless circumstances prevent it)
ONLY ON THESE MONDAYS
12:30 until ALL food is gone!
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS!!!!
WE FEED APPROXIMATELY 400+ PEOPLE A MONTH!!!!
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER, YOUR TIME TO HELP WITH THE PROGRAM, PLEASE CONTACT US, THE MORE VOLUNTEERS, THE MORE PEOPLE WE CAN FEED!.
As a part of our educational outreach service called Project C.H.I.L.D (Children Housed In Low Developed) areas, we select 60 students from grades K-12, to receive back to school filled backpacks furnish with schools supplies (i.e. backpacks, ruled and non-ruled writing paper, composition notebooks, rulers, crayons, glue sticks, markers, folders, binders, black/red pens, #2 pencils, small calculators, markers, scissors, pencil box, small staplers, small non- alcohol hand sanitize, etc.) to assist the needy in our community. We also run a FREE Summer STEM/FEEDING Program, from June to July, Monday thru Friday 8 a.m - 3 p.m. Parents pay nothing to enroll their children ages 4-16. Meals and snacks are provided daily free. Trips to movies, library, parks and Bill the Science Guy visits to show the wonders of Science. Volunteers include Bee Owners demonstrating how to collect honey, Agricultural Scientist demonstrating the science behind seed growth and much more.
Clothing assistance for those in need shall be provided, bases on availability. We currently assist anyone returning to work, children, homeless and teenage mothers(infants). We maintain clothes for infants, children, youth, and adult males and females. The clothes received are by donation only and shall be distributed to the needy upon request. Distribution is available Monday thru Friday, 11 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and after hours and in emergency situations by calling (850) 593-5072 or (850) 718-1514. Limited supply stocked, due to available space.