Dublin Food Pantry
How to get food, essentials, and more.
Monday: 5:30PM - 7:15PM
Tuesday: 10:00AM - 11:45AM*
Thursday: 4:00PM - 6:15PM
*Extra resource assistance is available on Tuesday from 10:00AM - 11:45AM.
Dublin Food Pantry Service Area
Serving Individuals and Families living in the Dublin City School District and Dublin, Ohio
An additional monthly visit will include produce.
Dublin City School District includes parts of Franklin, Delaware, and Union counties, and within parts of 8 zip codes: 43017, 43016, 43235, 43026, 43220, 43015, 43065, 43064
Dublin City School District Map: https://statisticalatlas.com/school-district/Ohio/Dublin-City-School-District/Overview
City of Dublin Map: https://dublinohiousa.gov/living/dublin-boundary-map/
Not sure if you live in the Dublin School District? Type in your address to find out: https://app.guidek12.com/dublinoh/school_search/2022/
What if I do not live in this service area?
DFP can provide emergency grocery assistance on a one-time basis and help you identify where you might go for longer term grocery assistance.
Please ask at check-in, often we have additional items that meet specific needs such as diapers/baby wipes, pet food, family-sized items, vegetarian staples, etc. We will work to connect you with needed items and resources if possible.
What to Expect on Your First Visit to the Pantry
Curbside service is in the parking lot of Dublin Community Church, located at:
- A volunteer will greet you in your vehicle in the parking lot during curbside pantry hours.
- The volunteer will assist you with check-in, asking for your photo ID, and (on your first visit) one proof-of-residency document (utility bill, lease, medical bill, etc.) with your name and current address – dated within the last 90 days.
- During check-in, the volunteer will ask about your needs + and any special requests.
- When check-in is complete, volunteers will load pre-packaged groceries into your vehicle.
- Currently visits are limited to at most twice a month.
- On your first visit, this might include fresh produce, dairy, meat, baked goods, and a box of staples.
- On your second visit, this might include fresh produce and baked goods (as available).
Can someone shop for me?
Yes. You can send a proxy to check-in and pick-up on your behalf. A proxy (picking up for you) must have a copy of your photo ID, proof of residency, and a letter that includes your name, address, signature, the number of people in your household, and your phone number. The letter must also include the proxy’s name, phone number, and address. For help, please call us at 614-889-6590.
Please visit our community resources page to learn more about additional help available in our community.