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"Hungry" is no way to spend childhood

Every day The Salvation Army helps cure hunger by providing nutritious meals to neighbors in need.

Nearly 1 in 6 Tippecanoe residents are hungry 

We're committed to keeping our local Hoosiers happy and full. By offering access to free fresh produce and canned goods, we provide valuable meal supplementation while helping those in need to maintain their independence and dignity. 

My Food Pantry Experience

The food pantry gave me my first bible! This place has changed my life. I started my relationship with the Lord here. I love him! - Tora

How we help cure hunger

We are prepared to fight hunger in our community. We do so in the following ways: 

Join us for Thanksgiving!
November 20th @ 5:30. RSVP to Lt. Rachel @ 742-0006 (see Events) 

Youth Nights/Character Building:
It's hard to learn when you're hungry! Every Tuesday we offer a balanced meal to those who attend our programs. 
 

Food Pantry 
Visit us on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between the hours of 9 and 11.  Friendly, local volunteers are happy to assist you in providing your family with three days worth of canned foods, fresh foods, and balanced food. We partner with Food Finders to keep our shelves stocked so that we can keep our local Hoosier stomachs full. To make an appointment call Dawna @ 742-0006 on Tuesdays between 9-10:30. 

Community Gardens 
During the spring and summer, we partner with our Grow Local to help provide fresh and healthy food for our community residents. Our community garden is located in the front of our building directly off of Union Street. We grow tomatoes, cucumbers, squash and everything in between. We only have one rule: you can take what you need, but don't forget to pull a weed! 

Free food table:
If the doors are open, so is our free food table! We stock it daily with treats food from our garden, and from local stores. Vegetables and fruits are often delivered in bulk from local farmers and Future Farmers of America. You must supply your own bag. No appointment necessary. 

 

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