Buddies Program: Provides backpacks filled with
food items to elementary school children on Friday afternoons
to take home. This food is intended to help their families
with food needs over the weekend when children must
get all of their nutritional needs met at home.
215 Westplex Avenue
3220 East Third Street
Food Buying Club
The Bloomington Food Buying Club (Blooming Veggies Buying
Club) is an informal voluntary association of people
who order vegetarian food and other items from wholesale
food distributors. The club is cooperatively run - members
equally share work and expenses involved.
of Bloomington, Indiana Programs and Local Agencies
Join Together to Combat Hunger - For More Information:
Family Matters Coordinator, City of Bloomingtons
Volunteer Network - Bet Savich, 349-3472, Director,
City of Bloomingtons Volunteer Network
for Sustainable Living
116-1/2 South College Avenue
Has information about community supported agriculture
and community gardens and a food distribution program.
Kitchen of Monroe County
917 South Rogers Street, Bloomington
of Monroe County Express Community Kitchen Location
1100 West 11th Street
of Monroe County Free Meals Service: Mon-Sat, 4:00-6:00pm;
Warm, nutritious meals served on site to anyone in need.
No fees or eligibility requirements. Sit-down meals
and carry out meals are available at 917 South Rogers
St. Carry out meals only are available at 1100 W 11th
Gardens -Parks and Recreation - 349-3737, The
city's all-organic garden plots.
Bloomington Food Pantry
Feed our Future
Program: Meals are provided to programs for at-risk
children and youth, including Boys & Girls Club,
The Rise, Girls Inc., Rhino's and Monroe Community Correction
205 East Kirkwood Avenue
Wellness Arts Program: A Wednesday arts program
for Community Kitchen patrons sponsored by the Bloomington
Area Arts Council and the John Waldron Arts Center.
This program gives patrons the opportunity to express
themselves through various arts and crafts projects.
The program is free of charge.
Holiday meals are delivered to the homebound on Thanksgiving
and Christmas in collaboration with Area 10 Agency on
Hills Food Bank
615 North Fairview Street
Executive Director: Amy Robinson
Web Site: http://exlibris.monroe.lib.in.us/databases/
Second Harvest affiliate has a Community Kitchen
in its local community 334-8374 and is home to Plant
Services Directory - Food Resources
Trinity Episcopal Church of Bloomington 111 South Grant
Bloomington, IN 47401
Provides home-delivered meals at cost for those
unable to cook for themselves. Requires a doctor's written
diet prescription. Delivery service Monday through Friday
(except holidays) from 11:30 a.m.--1:30 p.m. Includes
hot lunch and cold supper.
Regular Mail: P.O. Box 1149
Bloomington, IN 47402
Phone: (812) 323-4982
A Bloomington Community Food Pantry
1010 South Walnut
Monday 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - noon
Thursday 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.*
Friday 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
A partnership with Positive Link and Meals on Wheels
through which Community Kitchen provides nutritious
meals which are delivered to HIV positive patients'
620 South Walnut Street, Bloomington
Program: Provides an extra source of nutrition to
low-income children who are without school breakfast
and lunch programs during the summer months. Breakfasts
are delivered to children in two youth serving programs
and six low-income neighborhoods.
Infants and Children Nutrition Program
33 E. Miller Drive
Museum, Historic Garden Project
307 E. 2nd Street
Spring Seed Sale and Swap is an annual event the
first Saturday in March. Growing only varieties know
to be grown in this area before 1850, nonhybrid, open
polinated, organically grown. Also offering 32 varieties
of seeds from Seed Savers Exchange and a Seed Swap Table
for local savers to share home grown seed.