Community Nutrition Services
From infants and children to a growing number of seniors, EECM reaches out to the hundreds of people living in Pittsburgh’s communities who don’t know where their next meal is coming from.
The Food Pantry is a program for those in immediate need of food. In addition to providing emergency groceries and supplies, we also offer information on assistance programs, and access to social service agencies and other appropriate programs.
The Food Pantry is located at Community House and clients can enter through the single-door marked Food Pantry, Entrance C on Harvard Street.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Friday
9:30AM – 11:30AM
1:00PM – 3:00PM
Closed weekends and holidays
2019 REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR EECM FOOD PANTRY
Please bring all printed, not electronic, documentation with you on your first visit in the calendar year. Bring mail or ID every visit.
Client must have ALL information to receive food.
- PHOTO ID: Name, date of birth, photo
- PROOF OF ADDRESS: Piece of mail or lease (unless homeless)
- PROOF OF INCOME: For every member of the household: current paystub, benefits letter, etc. (unless client receives no income).
*If you have no income source, you will be asked to sign a Non-Income Affidavit at the time of registration.
The Community Kitchen serves hot lunches every Monday through Friday, from 12:15 pm to 1:15 pm. This community meal is provided free of charge to all who are in need, although donations are welcomed. The Community Kitchen is located at Community House and diners can enter through the double-doors marked Community Connections, Entrance G next to the parking lot.