*UPDATE 1/17/18 at 4:30PM* Emergency food box distribution will continue on Thursday, January 18 from 8AM-4PM at our Martin Distribution Center located at 331 Great Circle Road in MetroCenter. No ID is required. Please call us at 615-329-3491 if you have questions.
*UPDATE 1/17/18 at 2:00PM* Below is a list of our Partner Agencies who are distributing emergency food boxes today, Wednesday, January 17. Under these special circumstances, each location’s hours may vary from what is listed below, so we recommend that you call before you visit.
To receive a food box at these locations, we ask that you bring the following items:
1. ID for all household members (driver’s license, birth certificate, state-issued ID, etc.)
2.Proof of address (piece of mail, bill, lease, etc.)
Madison Hispanic-American Seventh Day Adventist
1605 Neelys Bend
Hours: Wed 4pm-7pm; Sun 11am-4pm
Napier Community Center
73 Fairfield Avenue
Hours: Tue-Thurs 11am-1pm
Watkins Park Community Center
616 17th Ave. North
Hours: Wed 11am-2pm
Salvation Army Magness Potter Center
611 Stockell Street
Hours: Mon-Thurs 1pm-4pm
Hamilton United Methodist Church
3105 Hamilton Church Road
Hours: Mon & Wed 4pm-6pm; Sat 9am-12noon
Martha O’Bryan Center
711 South 7th Street
Hours: Tues-Fri 2pm-5pm; Sat 9am-12pm
*UPDATE 1/16/18* We will continue distributing emergency food boxes Wednesday, January 17 from 8AM-4PM at our Martin Distribution Center located at 331 Great Circle Road in MetroCenter. No ID is required. Please call us at 615-329-3491 if you have questions.
Due to inclement weather, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee is providing emergency food assistance today, January 16, 2018, at its Martin Distribution Center located at 331 Great Circle Road in MetroCenter.
Now until 1:30 p.m., you can go to Second Harvest and receive a small shelf-stable emergency food box. No ID is required to obtain a box.
Please call Second Harvest at 615-329-3491 if you have questions.