In Partnership with Bethel Lutheran Church
and yet-to-be-determined agencies and organizations that will be joining us in serving financially struggling individuals and households living in and around Hamilton County, IN
New Winter Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 2 to 6pm, Saturday 11 to 3
9810 E. 206th Street, Noblesville, IN 46062
(1st house east of Cumberland Rd/north side of 206th St.)
Video Tour Here
Food and water are survival necessities.
Work, weather, and school-appropriate clothing, personal hygiene products,
and cleaning supplies are quality-of-life necessities.
So are dignity, self-esteem, and self-confidence.
Financial insecurity makes it difficult, if not impossible,
to have all, some, or any of them.
Food pantries bridge the gap between staying alive and eating for health.
Non-food pantries eliminate having to choose between warm,
clean clothes and a safe place to sleep.
making the experience look and feel as much like a "normal" shopping
trip as possible - freedom of choice over what to buy, a variety of
brands, sizes, flavors, forms, etc., to choose from, a limited
(voucher points) budget, and the responsibility for
balancing them [means].