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Helping to Fight Hunger

Children’s Hunger Alliance

Works with schools, community organizations, faith-based groups and child care providers throughout Ohio to increase participation in USDA child nutrition programs. In addition, they fight hunger and poor nutrition with education, physical activity information and supplemental resources for caregivers, parents and children.
1105 Schrock Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(800) 227-6446


This is an online resource for people in Franklin County who are looking for food assistance.  Children’s Hunger Alliance, LifeCare Alliance, LSS Food Pantries and the Mid-Ohio Food Bank make up the Central Ohio Hunger Micro-System and are the organizations joined to provide this information and service about ways to address hunger and poverty.
370 South Fifth Street, Columbus, Ohio  43215
(800) 227-6446

Local Matters

Working with Central Ohio organizations and community partnerships, they provide educational services for children and adults on what healthful food is, where their food comes from, how to grow food and cook food.  They also work with communities in need to help them access healthy and affordable foods.
633 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio  43206
(614) 263-5662

Mid-Ohio Foodbank

Delivers food to more than 500 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and after school programs in central and eastern Ohio.
3960 Brookham Drive, Grove City, Ohio 43123
(614) 274-7770