Food Distribution & Donation: Monday 5:30 PM-7:30 PM, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 9:30 AM-12:00 PM
Food Distribution:
Monday 5:30 PM-7:30 PM, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 9:30 AM-12:00 PM
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Frequently Asked Questions

No, we serve Dunedin, Clearwater, and Palm Harbor communities.
A valid photo ID (driver’s license, student or government ID) showing an address in Dunedin, Clearwater, or Palm Harbor. You will be asked to provide a photo ID each time you visit.
Present your photo ID, along with an item of mail showing your name and current Dunedin, Clearwater, or Palm Harbor address.
A: One visit every 4 weeks – as you leave you will receive a “Next Visit” card as a reminder.
Based on donations, we generally offer frozen meat, fresh produce, milk, eggs, butter, bread, bakery, a variety of non-perishable foods, personal care products, and pet food.
We offer “Rapid Shop” where you may select from a list of available items, which our volunteers will select, pack and bring to your car.
  • Please remember to bring your reusable shopping bags.
  • Shopping wait times vary. An average of 20 minutes is common. We request you wait in your car until your number is called.
  • Availability of special dietary items (Gluten-Free, Low/No Sodium, Sugar-Free, Vegetarian) varies based on donations received.
Returning clients only need to show their id.
24/7 Help for finding local solutions for support, food, shelter, well-being, and transportation, visit Dial 211 for help, 180 languages supported.

Employment Services

Employment Resources

© Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Florida Department of Education
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400
(800) 451-4327
To help people with disabilities find and maintain employment or advance in their careers and enhance their independence.
To become the first place people with disabilities turn to when seeking employment and a top resource for employers in need of qualified employees.
Vocational Rehabilitation, known as VR, helps eligible individuals with disabilities find, get, or keep a better job.
You may be eligible for VR services if your goal is to become or stay employed and:

* You have a physical or mental disability.

* Your disability results in a significant barrier to employment.

* You need VR services to get or keep a job.
A free and voluntary program that supports career development for individuals who receive Social Security disability benefits and need support and services to succeed in the workforce.
On-the-Job Training (OJT) is an opportunity for the employer to mentor a person with a disability, helping them develop the skills needed to realize their career goals.

During OJT, the trainee interacts on a regular basis with employees who do not have disabilities, hold a regular position, and are paid no less than minimum wage. OJT helps people with disabilities get used to the employment environment while gaining valuable work experience.
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Services for Families

Summer meals programs are funded by the USDA and designed to provide kids and teens ages 18 and under with healthy meals during the summer months when school is out of session. There is no application or registration required to receive a meal.

You do not have to provide proof of income, residency, or citizenship. Just show up! Text FOOD or COMIDA to 304-304 to find free meals near you.
FSI Connect is a streamlined entry point for families with children within our community in need of social service support through the Family Services Initiative.

Families can access FSI Connect at (727-888-HELP or 727-888- 4357) or by completing a brief information form on their website (

Click here to download the flyer
Pinellas County Schools (PCS) and the Pinellas Education Foundation are offering FREE home internet access and technology coaching for PCS families! Coaches can set up families with free internet hotspots and provide training on Clever, Canvas, and other PCS platforms. They can also help with completing online scholarship applications available at the Pinellas Education Foundation.

This Digital Equity Project aims to bridge the digital divide and ensure that all families can navigate the PCS system and be successful.

Click here to download the flyer
(Flyers in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.)
Pregnant without Prenatal Health Care?

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How You Can Help Make a Difference

Our mission is 100% dependent on direct donations, grants and partnerships.
Learn more about donations, partnerships, & join us today!

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