Freestore Foodbank understands that many families struggle with putting food on the table, especially during difficult times. That's why we are here to help. We offer a range of services, including SNAP application assistance, to ensure that everyone in our community has access to the food they need.
Through our Customer Connection Center’s Liberty Street Market located at 112 E. Liberty Street in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Freestore Foodbank offers a choice pantry, much like a regular grocery store, to those in need. This means that families struggling to find vital nutrition can select the items that fit the needs of their family, giving them one less thing to worry about as they work to make ends meet.
Freestore Foodbank Representative Payee Program is here to assist you to achieve greater stability by helping you to define key areas in your life that create barriers to obtaining and maintaining employment. We Focus on Five Specific Areas: Preparation of a monthly budget and distribution. Overseeing and reviewing customers [...]
Volunteers are a vital part of Freestore Foodbank’s strategic plan to provide meals to hungry children and families in our tristate area. Every time you volunteer, you will leave knowing that you have helped to provide Food, Connection and Hope for our neighbors in need. [...]
SIGN UP For those needing assistance with medical or work related transportation, we offer assistance. At our Customer Connection Center located at 112 E. Liberty Street in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, we can provide bus passes to help families attend doctor’s appointments, search for employment or travel to a new [...]
To support employment, housing, enrollment in education and more, Freestore Foodbank’s Customer Connection Center located at 112 E. Liberty Street in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati offers vouchers for birth certificates and IDs. When families are faced with homelessness or a sudden crisis, often this basic documentation is lost, leaving families unable [...]
Clothing is a life necessity, but it’s not something everyone can easily afford, limiting their ability to find and maintain employment, as well as regain a sense of self after a crisis.