We’re Here to Help You Find a Program to Meet Your Needs
Below is a list of our various programs and how they can help you. If you need help figuring out which program is best for you, contact Food Finders today at 765.471.0062.
Food Finders Food Bank serves all regardless of race, creed, color, marital status, sex, religion, national origin, class origin, nationality, age, physical or mental disability, military status, gender identity or sexual orientation.
J.P. Lisack Community Food Pantry
Available to all low-income persons in Tippecanoe County, the J.P. Lisack Community Food Pantry is a low-barrier, emergency food resource.
Click to learn more about the J.P. Lisack Community Food Pantry.
Agency Partner Program
If you are in need of food, our Agency Partners are ready to help. Made up of a network of 110 hunger relief agencies such as food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters, among others, these agencies are a vital piece of the hunger relief system and a consistent source of free meals and groceries for hungry families within the community.
Click to learn more about the Agency Partner Program and find a partner agency near you.
Keeping your kids fed can be a huge task. Providing a selection of nutritious, kid-friendly food every Friday, our BackPack Program makes sure there’s food on the table when the kids are home over the weekend.
Click to learn more about the BackPack Program.
The following percentages and dollar amounts of the total costs will be financed with federal money: TEFAP (.7%, $80,563.55), CDBG (.09% $11,000.00) and SFSP (.6%, $79,181.94) . The percentage and dollar amount of the total costs of the project or program that will be financed by nongovernmental sources is 98%, $11,314,373.47. Most up to date information will be included after we receive our audit as of FY 2016.
Mobile Pantry Outreach
If you need help providing enough food for yourself or your family, you are eligible to receive free groceries from our Mobile Pantry featuring free produce, meat, baked goods, and a variety of other items.
Click to learn about the Mobile Pantry Program and find a distribution near you.
SNAP is a federal food assistance program that gives low-income families the flexibility to purchase the foods they need from the grocery store. Food Finders is available to answer questions about SNAP as well as assist with the application process.
Click to learn about SNAP Resources and get assistance applying.
Summer Food Service Program
Due to budget constraints, the Summer Food Service Program has been cut until Food Finders secures funding. Food Finders’ Summer Food Service Program provided meals and groceries to keep kids fed during summer break. These meals were served on-site in select neighborhoods and community locations.
Click to learn more about the Summer Food Service Program.