If you or someone you know is in need of emergency food assistance, Second Harvest can help. Please call us at 615-329-3491 and we will direct you to an Emergency Food Box site near you. If you cannot reach the food bank, please call 211 for more information.
Use the search below to find food assistance near you.
Our Emergency Food Box (EFB) sites feed individuals and families in Davidson County on an urgent-need basis. An EFB provides two to three days of staple food items based on the number of members in each household.
Second Harvest offers SNAP Outreach through our Emergency Food Box Sites, Mobile Pantry Distributions, and partner agencies. SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps) is for people and families with low incomes, including working people, households with children, seniors, unemployed people, immigrant families, and people with disabilities. SNAP helps them buy the food they need for good health.
Second Harvest’s Benefits Outreach Counselor shares information about the nutrition benefits of SNAP, pre-screens potential participants, and helps people fill out the SNAP Application. In the 2016/2017 FY, our Counselor assisted in completing more than 1,500 SNAP applications.
For more information on SNAP, please send us an email, or call us at 615-329-3491.
Please note: As of 11/15/18, the Produce Truck is on temporary hiatus due to a logistics issue. We’re very sorry for the disruption, and we are working diligently to resolve this issue and get the truck back on schedule.
The Produce Truck travels around Davidson County bringing fresh vegetables, fruits, bread, milk, eggs, and other perishable items directly into food-insecure neighborhoods.
Learn more by reading this blog about the Produce Truck’s debut.
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