Adults and Family Help
Corner Cupboard Food Bank – Food Pantries
Food Pantries are community-based programs that serve people in need with free food and other grocery products to add to their monthly food supply, tiding them over during hard times. Please call agencies directly to verify days and times of distribution.
To register, you will need:
- Identification (i.e. Driver’s Licence, ID card, etc.)
- Proof of Income (i.e. Bank Statement, Pay Stub, etc.)
- Proof of Residency (i.e Utility Bill, Deed, etc.)
SNAP (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program—formerly Food Stamps) is the nation’s first line of defense against hunger and under-nutrition. SNAP is the cornerstone of all federal nutrition assistance programs, providing benefits for the purchase of nutritious food to qualified low-income people in addition to economic benefits for the local community.
Produce to People
A typical Produce to People distributes food to 400-800 families in 1 ½ to 2 hours, with a focus on whole fruits and vegetables. We give out between 35-50 lbs to each household per distribution.
Community Meals are open to the public and provide prepared meals at their sites to people in need. Please call agencies directly for days and times of operation.
Catholic Charities is the primary social service agency of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, serving all individuals, regardless of religious affiliation in their time of greatest need, with offices in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Greene, Lawrence and Washington counties.
For more information on the services provided by Catholic Charities in Greene County, click here.
To contact the Greene County Office of Catholic Charities in Waynesburg, call (724) 627-6410.
His Food Ministry
A regional ministry that provides food at a discounted price. Contact for information and to order.
Visit their website for more information, or call the Fairall United Methodist Church at (724) 627-9575.