CSR partners with Dare to Care Food Bank



Louisville Metro Community Services and Revitalization has partnered with the Dare to Care Food Bank to provide commodity and emergency food assistance for households in crisis. Commodities and emergency food can be accessed at Dare to Care Food Bank locations, Community Action Partnership's Newburg Community Center location, or Neighborhood Place locations.  Emergency food can also be distributed to clients visiting Neighborhood Place locations in special circumstances. Click here for more information about receiving food through the Neighborhood Place.  

At Dare to Care Food Banks and at the Newburg Community Center, individuals may receive commodities one time every month. Individuals may receive emergency food four times per year. Food items include canned and dry food staples, fresh vegetables, poultry, pork and other meat products. The food bank at the Newburg Community Center serves zip codes 40213, 40218 and 40219. Individuals in other zip codes should contact Dare to Care directly at 966-3821 to find the location that serves them.


Newburg Community Center
4810 Exeter Avenue
Louisville, KY 40218
502-574-1270

Note: Due to Dare to Care regulations, LIHEAP clients must make their Dare to Care commodity pick-ups on a different day than LIHEAP appointments.


Commodities: YOU MAY ACCESS THIS PROGRAM ONE TIME PER MONTH
No appointment is necessary
Monday - Wednesday: 9:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 12:00pm

You are REQUIRED to provide proof of residence to get Commodities.
You DO NOT have to provide:

 

·         A Picture ID

·         Social Security Card

·         Proof of Income


Emergency Food: YOU MAY ACCESS THIS PROGRAM 4 TIMES PER YEAR
No appointment is necessary
Monday - Wednesday: 9:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 12:00pm 

Emergency Food Recipients will need:

1.       Picture I.D. for ALL adults in the household

2.       Proof of Residence such as current mail

3.       Identification for EVERY child in the household (not social security cards)

 

Acceptable ID for children is:

·         Medical/Insurance Card

·         Birth Certificate

·         WIC Card

·         Immunization Record

·         Report Card

·         State Issued ID Card

·         Military ID

·         Driver’s Permit


Perishable Food Distribution: YOU MAY ACCESS THIS PROGRAM WEEKLY AS NEEDED
First come first served basis so arrive early
Fridays, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Perishable Food Recipients will need:
Photo I.D. Required


Emergency Food Assistance through the Neighborhood Place:
Dare to Care Food Bank and Neighborhood Place have partnered to provide an immediate food source to clients who are receiving Neighborhood Place services who express a crisis situation for food. This assistance is designed to sustain the client long enough to get to a regular Dare to Care Food Bank resource.  Food is  not distributed to the same household on a regular basis, but individuals should utilize regular Dare to Care Food Bank resources. Information is available at 966-3821, Monday-Friday, 8am-3pm.  

 

Individuals receiving emergency food from Neighborhood Place must:

1.       Be present in the Neighborhood Place and receiving a primary service

2.       Be in a food crisis situation as determined by a case manager

 

Additionally:

3.       The amount of food clients receive is determined by their case manager and mitigated by the amount of food available at that Neighborhood Place site

4.       Food is distributed directly to the client by their case manager

5.       The case manager must include a written indication of the items distributed in the client’s file

6.       Food may be distributed to a household only one time.  After the initial food distribution, the client must visit other community resources, Dare to Care Food Bank locations, or the Newburg Community Center.  

 

 

This project is funded by the Dare to Care Food Bank and also supported, in part, with funds from the Community Services Block Grant Act of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under a contract with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.