Greater Lansing Food Bank is proud to serve the mid-Michigan counties of Clare, Clinton, Eaton Gratiot, Ingham, Isabella and Shiawassee by partnering with a diverse network of food pantries, community kitchens and other trusted community organizations and by offering programs like mobile food pantries, Weekend Kits for Children, Care Kits for unhoused neighbors and, most recently, home delivery services for neighbors who are elderly, disabled or experience barriers to transportation.

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For 24/7 assistance in locating your nearest emergency food resource, dial 2-1-1 to be connected to a United Way 2-1-1 call center location.

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Despensas y distribuciones móviles de alimentos

GLFB trabaja con más de 140 agencias asociadas (despensas, cocinas comunitarias, etc.) y proporciona distribuciones móviles de alimentos semanales en todo el centro de Michigan. Para encontrar una distribución cerca de usted, visite Despensas y distribuciones móviles de alimentos.

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Proyecto de jardín

El Proyecto de Jardines de GLFB proporciona acceso a la tierra, educación sobre cómo hacerlo, semillas y plantas gratuitas, préstamo de herramientas, un centro de redes y más para que todos los miembros de la comunidad puedan tener acceso a alimentos frescos y saludables a través de oportunidades de jardinería. Cuenta con una red de casi 100 huertos comunitarios en todo el centro de Michigan.

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Home Delivery

Home Delivery provides safe, convenient delivery of food to mid-Michigan neighbors, free of charge, within a 10-mile radius of our designated delivery hubs to home-bound neighbors and neighbors who lack access to reliable transportation in need of emergency food.


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Weekend Kits

Weekend Kits are bags of food that slip discretely into a child’s backpack and are intended to meet the nutritional needs of children during non-school hours, particularly over weekends or longer breaks.

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Care Kits

Care Kits provide ready-made or easy-to-prepare food, utensils and other necessities like toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo and other personal care items to neighbors experiencing homelessness. They are distributed through partner agencies and community partners who serve this population.

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Senior Programs

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diet with nutritious USDA foods.


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Food Assistance & Resources

For updates and information on SNAP (EBT, MI Bridge Card) and other food resources, please call (517) 899-9457 or  (517) 449-0360 between the hours of 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday.



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