Feeding our neighbors since 1976
One in four adults in the Greater Cincinnati region, and 31 percent in the city of Cincinnati, have experienced food insecurity in the last 12 months¹–meaning they face both reduced food intake and poor access to a variety of nutritious foods.
Our neighbors experience food insecurity for many reasons–insufficient employment, barriers due to mental or physical health, or unstable housing. No matter how or why they come through our doors, we seek to provide a moment of warmth, cheer, and stability–while meeting of one life’s most basic needs.
We operate two kitchens, one in Over the Rhine and another in Walnut Hills, which serve hot meals five days per week. Our food pantry, located in Walnut Hills, is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Each month we serve over 5,000 meals from our kitchens and over 400 individuals through our pantry.