Location: 81 W Bridge St. Dublin, OH 43017  In Dublin Community Church (lower level) Phone: 614-889-6590  

 Have a question? Please contact:

 Dublin Food Pantry's Executive Director Denise (Dinky ) Youngsteadt-Parrish at dinky@dublinfoodpantry.org

In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

The Dublin Food Pantry is an Equal Opportunity Provider.

Tax ID#: 31-1340375  © 2018 by Dublin Food Pantry

 FOOD DISTRIBUTION COVID-19 UPDATE 

 

Dublin Food Pantry is here to connect you with needed food without judgement. We offer curbside in-vehicle check-in and load PRE-PACKAGED groceries into your vehicle to follow social distance guidelines. Complete details below.

ABOUT: Established in 1976, Dublin Food Panty (DFP) is ordinarily a choice pantry which means residents of Dublin or the Dublin School District 

usually select items in our pantry's grocery store-like setting. However, during this COVID-19 Crisis, we have made the following changes:

DRIVE-UP: DFP will now offer curbside in-vehicle check-in. We will load PRE-PACKAGED items into your vehicle to minimize person-to-person contact. Shoppers, or a shopper PROXY, may visit TWICE a month. This is allowed during Ohio's Stay At Home Order, since food is a necessity. Pre-packaged groceries typically include bread, meat, dairy, fresh produce, frozen foods, non-perishable food and essentials.  Updates will be posted here as changes occur.

IMPORTANT: Please send a PROXY if you have been exposed to COVID-19, or are sick, have a fever, or are more vulnerable to infection as listed by the CDC:    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/high-risk-complications.html

Eligibility and What to Bring to Check-In at Curbside Pick-up

  1. Please show a photo ID. No signature is currently required.

  2. You will be served without judgement. On-going visits are typically for Dublin or Dublin School District residents. To connect  you with your local pantry call 2-1-1 for HANDS ON OHIO or visit https://handsoncentralohio.org/locate-services/2-1-1/

  3. *Qualify under Ohio Guidelines:https://www.midohiofoodbank.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/JFS-04224-ENG-Rev.-7.2018.pdf

  4.  On a second visit, you may be asked to bring one proof of residency document with your name, current address, and this should be dated within the last 90 days.(Utility bill, Lease, Medical Bill, etc.)

Find Out More: 

*If you have recently lost significant income, been laid off, or became unemployed because of workplace closures due to COVID-19, you may be eligible for Food Assistance in Ohio through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).  Visit:

 https://www.midohiofoodbank.org/get-help/snap-assistance/

HOW TO SEND A PROXY: If you are unable to visit the pantry, you may send a trusted friend with a copy of your photo ID, proof of residence and letter of PROXY that includes your name, address, signature, number in household, phone number, PROXY name, phone and address  like this:

Hours: Please see chart below. Shoppers do not need to pre-register.

Upcoming Holiday Closures:

Memorial Day 5/25, July 4, Labor Day 9/7 Thanksgiving 11/26 

Christmas 12/23 - 12/25 and New Year 12/30 -1/1/21

  •  Dublin Food Pantry is NOT able to provide an area for CHILDCARE at this time.

  • Children must remain in car during

       car pick-ups.

Thank you for helping us minimize person to person contact for safe, quick and efficient food distribution.

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