760 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
Sunday Worship: 8:45 and 11:00 AM

Broad Street Food Pantry


We imagine a community where everyone has access to enough nutritious food to feed themselves and their families; where no one has to choose between paying for utilities or heat and food, rent or mortgage and food, or between paying for medical bills and food.   We envision a time that no neighbor goes to bed hungry.

  • Every day 30 families choose a five day supply of healthful food including fresh produce, milk and lean protein that is best for their needs.
  • Twice a month from May to October, we provide additional fresh produce to 200 families.
  • Every month, we offer nutrition education, cooking classes, health and wellness programs.
  • From October to May we provide nutrition education and cooking experiences for the Broad Street Afterschool students.

Need Help?

Click here to learn about what you need to do to qualify for assistance, and what to bring.


Monday-Friday, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

In 2015, the Pantry will be OPEN the following Saturdays, 9:00-10:30 a.m.:
  March 14, 21, 28     August 29
  April 25                     September 26
  May 30                      October 31
  June 27                      November 21
  July 25                       December 19

In 2015, the Pantry is CLOSED for holidays:
  January 19, Martin Luther King Day
  April 6, Easter Monday
  May 23-25, Memorial Day
  July 3-4, Fourth of July
  September 5-7, Labor Day
  November 26-28, Thanksgiving
  December 25-26, Christmas
  December 31-January 1, New Year

We are closed for inclement weather only when Columbus City schools are closed.


  • Assist clients as they shop our choice pantry or Farm Markets, other special events
  • Provide nutrition education through our Tasty Bites and Rainbow for Health programs
  • Bring produce/bread from Mid-Ohio FoodBank
  • Keep the Pantry stocked

Schedule at your convenience! Contact Kathy Kelly-Long.

Youth Volunteers are welcome – contact us for details.

Download our Volunteer Application


We need your help to provide healthy food options for our neighbors in need. Whether it’s purchasing healthy items at the grocery store, growing fresh produce in your garden, or making a financial contribution, there are many ways to help throughout the year.  Learn more here.


Join the Food Pantry Advocacy Network to receive updates on how to contact your elected officials on current issues relating to hunger and poverty, e-mail foodpantry@bspc.org. Look for up-to-the-minute information on hunger issues on our Facebook page.


Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:30-11:30 a.m., One Saturday per Month: 9:00-10:30 a.m.

Phone:  (614) 461-4557

E-mail:   foodpantry@bspc.org

Facebook: BroadStreetFoodPantry

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