More than 26,000 individuals in Hamilton County are food insecure.

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Up-to-date information on where and when you can get food from Hamilton County food pantries

Hamilton County Indiana List of Food Pantries

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11/11/2021

Updated Food Pantry List

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Physical Location
For volunteering and food donations
1605 N. 10th St.
Noblesville, IN 46060

Food Donation Drop Off Time
10-11:30am Tues.
9:30-11:30am Thur.

Mailing Address
For monetary donations
Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank, Inc.
P. O. Box 881
Noblesville, IN 46061

Food Donated to pantries
1,300,000 lbs.

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What is the Difference between a Food Bank and a Food Pantry?

They have a lot in common since both are dedicated to helping those in need. A foodbank works to collect food and support for food pantries. A food pantry gives out food directly to people in need. At HCHFB we are committed to keeping Hamilton County food pantries’ shelves stocked year-round.

Food Drives & Volunteers Needed

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Food drives are the single best way to help the food bank. Use our Food Drive Help Kit to get started.

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From little to big, we need volunteers of all sizes to collect, sort, and distribute food to pantries in nee d.  Find out how you can help today!

 

History of HCH

plantingseedsHamilton County Harvest Food Bank, Inc. (HCH) was established in 2009 when several of the food pantries in the county joined together and set up a new non-profit entity to assist all Hamilton County pantries with their food inventory needs. The Noblesville White River Christian Church (WRCC) provided the newly formed food bank warehouse space in their building at 1605 N. 10th St. in Noblesville. (same location as the WRCC Food Pantry). Since our inception, we have collected and distributed over 1,300,000 lbs. of food for local pantries; A majority of our food will come through the school holiday drives, but more and more Hamilton County businesses and organizations are now helping out (over 37 donors this year have helped with either food drives or collection points). All donated food will be sorted and distributed to more than 28 local pantries at no cost to them. Many of the same volunteers who work in their local pantries will graciously donate their time to serve as food bank volunteers (HCH is manned by volunteers).
 

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