Get emergency food delivered to right to your door. Greater Lansing Food Bank is excited to partner with DoorDash’s Project Dash, to provide convenient, safe delivery of food to our mid-Michigan community.
Program Information and Qualifications:
- You do not need to be home to receive food.
- Food and delivery are both free of charge.
- You must show need in the eligibility requirements (see TEFAP chart)
- Live within a 10 mile radius of designated hubs (see below).
Current designated Home Food Delivery hubs:
Home Delivery Application
To find out if you qualify for GLFB’s home food connect program, please review the TEFAP income eligibility chart and then fill out the following application form. If the form does not appear on this page, we are currently at capacity for the number of applications we can accommodate. Please check back later in the week!
GLFB Home Delivery
5600 Food Court, Bath, MI 48808
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