Phone: 440-340- 3663
Info: Food not bombs is a no questions asked organization and believe food is a human right. They provide fruits, vegetables and sometimes bread at no cost during their weekly food shares that alternate between East Cleveland and Willoughby.
Info: The Greater Cleveland Food Bank provides everything from food distribution drives, to grocery delivery, to mobile pantries, to hot meals at no cost.
Black Spring Harvest
Info: Black Spring Harvest specializes in providing food to people of color, but they don’t turn anyone away as long as they have capacity.
Info: This Google Map may have food pantries that may be closer to you. When you click on a location, you can see their schedule and how to get there.
Info: This Google Map features Black-owned restaurants in the greater Cleveland area. If you have additions to the map please email email@example.com with details.
Info: Feed the Soul’s mission is to deliver food and developmental services to communities that experience economic deficits. They deliver FREE produce to the door steps of requesters’ homes. While all food remains FREE Deliveries include a $2.00 delivery fee per delivery.
Info: A community effort to mimic community-style meals during this time where we must stay separated. Feed AsiaTown will provide 100 meals to individuals who need extra assistance. They are transitioning to delivering meals and can only deliver meals to families in AsiaTown (E. 30th to E. 55, Perkins to St. Clair). Max 2 per household. Must sign up by Tuesday at 12pm.
Info: Serving families living in poverty and homeless families with meals, education, hot shower mobile unit, procuring birth certificates and ID, school supplies, resources and support in Cleveland Ohio.
Info: A take what you need, leave what you don’t community fridge and pantry located in The Root Café in Lakewood. The fridge features vegetarian and vegan offerings exclusively.
Info: Grounded in faith, hope, love and respect for those they serve, the West Side Catholic Center assists all who come in need of food, clothing, shelter, advocacy and a path to self-sufficiency. They provide breakfast and lunch six days a week, a monthly mobile food pantry, clothing and household item distribution by appointment, street survival services, outreach and advocacy, drug & alcohol assessments, and expressive arts programming.