Added to the stress of the coronavirus pandemic, food insecurities are likely to rise for vulnerable families as many businesses have had to make the difficult decision to close their doors. If you would like to help or are in need of assistance, the following community food and meal resources are available in the OKC metro.
Editor’s note: This is a working list last updated Aug. 17, 2020. If you know of a resource not listed here, please email email@example.com.
Regional Food Bank resources
Feed the Children – Mission OKC
8125 N. Classen, Ste E, Oklahoma City
- Providing door-to-door lunches for families in need
- Visit www.feedthechildren.org to learn more.
Pandemic of Love
This national non-profit helps people in need with groceries, utilities and more. Visit www.pandemicoflove.com/help to learn more.
Edmond Mobile Meals, serving homebound individuals
Filling Tummies Mobile Pantry Food Bus brings fresh, local produce, packaged foods, canned goods and other staples to neighborhoods in need. They also have pine pantries, formula supplementation, and more.
4224 N Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Items available include diapers, formula, wipes, and shelf-stable food for toddlers (canned fruits/veggies, pasta, beans, etc.) Anyone needing services should call 405-528-3663 to schedule a same-day appointment.
Oklahoma Youth Literacy Program is providing Grab & Go meals and snacks for school aged children. Pick up is available Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – noon & 3 – 5:30 p.m. at 3663 N Lottie Ave. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-601-3055.
For even more family-focused resources and information, visit our Coronavirus resource guide.