Food pantries (outdoor boxes attached to buildings or freestanding in an agency/business yard) in this area may be near you.
If you have been blessed, consider refilling the shelves with non-perishable foods, personal hygiene items and toiletries to help people experiencing homelessness.
Children’s Advocacy Center,
451 East Dennis.
In the parking lot of Lee and Pickels Drugs, 302 E. Screven Street.
On the west side of Stone’s Hardware
1106 W Screven Street. Quitman
In front of Quitman Public Housing community room,
706 Meadow Road.
One is in the front yard of Southside Recreation Center, 604 South Oak Street.
One is in the front yard of LAMP (Lowndes Associated Ministries to People)
714 Charlton Street
The Bemiss United Methodist Church Blessing Box is located right next to the church,
4879 Bemiss Road, visible from Bemiss Rd. On Wednesday and Thursdays from 9am-1pm you may go to the church office. There you can get a couple bags of groceries and some proteins. Occasionally we have fresh fruits & veggies too.
One is on the side wall of Miller Hardware downtown at
211 East Hill Avenue.
One is on the front wall of the Children’s Advocacy Center at 3325 Skipper Bridge Road. Valdosta
One is on the front porch of the Greater Valdosta United Way office at 1609 North Patterson Street.
One is in front of the Living Bridges Ministry at 111 East Adair Street. (available during open agency hours)
One is on the wall of the Salvation Army building at
320 Smithland Place.
One is by the front door of Partnership Health Center at
520 Griffin Avenue.
South Street Community Care House, at 311 South Street (where it crosses Lee Street), has boxes of food (canned and fresh) available to people driving through from 10 AM to 1:00 PM.
A Hahira pantry has been installed at Wyche Park.
Non-perishable food donations are accepted at the food pantry and at City Hall.
One is on the front yard of the Haven administrative office at 1807 Plum Street.
At Espresso 41 coffee shop, corner of 20th St. and US 41.
120 East Monroe Street, Thomasville