Harvest Mobile Pantry Returns To Nashville Arkansas November 2nd
Harvest Regional Food Bank is returning to Howard County with its TEFAP USDA Commodity Mobile Pantry on Wednesday, November 2.
“With the recent rise in hunger, it’s more important than ever that Harvest meet the needs of our food-insecure families where they are,” says Camille Coker Wrinkle, CEO/Executive Director. “Our goal is to continue making sure families have the food they need, even during this challenging time.”
Harvest Regional Food Bank will distribute TEFAP USDA Commodities directly from their truck on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, starting at 9:00 am and lasting until approximately 11:00 am or until all boxes have been distributed. The Harvest truck will be parked at the Nashville Parks & Recreation Office located at 1301 W Johnson St, Nashville, AR. Usually by 8 am there are many people lined up, so we encourage you to arrive early, this is a first come first served event.
What To Bring:
Recipients must bring an updated driver's license with a current address or other approved photo identification verifying they are a resident of Howard County. Proof of address is required.
Recipients are limited to 1 box per household, 2 households per vehicle maximum. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
The next Mobile Pantry for Howard County, Arkansas is on February 1, 2023.
Last year, Harvest distributed 3.2M meals and served over 60,000 individuals in Southwest Arkansas and Northeast Texas. Both states consistently rank in the top 10 for the highest incidents of hunger. Nearly 20% of our local residents miss meals due to food insecurity, including 1 in 4 children. Harvest works to eliminate hunger through its Food Banking, Food Rescue, Mobile Pantry, School Backpack, Afterschool and Summer Feeding programs