Find Free Food In Holly OaksLemontree is here to help you find the best food pantry near you. Food pantries and food banks are a great place to find groceries if you need some help. Many of these locations can help you find food as quickly as today. Whether it’s a church around the corner or a mobile food pantry, the places below should help. In addition, you should consider applying for SNAP (food stamps) if you don’t already get government assistance.
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    Food pantry (groceries)

    St. Marks Pantry at Brookletts Senior Center

    0 referrals

      • Free Groceries


    • This Friday

      9:00 am–11:00 am

    • Fri, October 13th (next week)

      9:00 am–11:00 am

    • 9:00 am–11:00 am

      every week on Friday

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    Food pantry (groceries)

    Neighborhood Center

    13 referrals


    Talbot County Residents

      • Free Groceries


    • Today

      8:00 am–5:00 pm

    • Tomorrow

      8:00 am–5:00 pm

    • 8:00 am–5:00 pm

      every week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

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    Food pantry (groceries)

    St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry (Easton)

    2 referrals


    Talbot County.

    Drive-through pantry offers choices of grocery, produce, dairy, meat and bakery items.

      • Free Groceries


    • Today

      1:00 pm–4:00 pm

    • This Saturday

      9:00 am–12:00 pm

    • 1:00 pm–4:00 pm

      every week on Tuesday

    • 9:00 am–12:00 pm

      every week on Saturday

  4. How do I get food?

    You can receive food by visiting the food pantry or soup kitchen when it’s open. Make sure to check each resource page to see details like address, full schedule, and requirements.

  5. Can someone deliver the food to my house?

    Delivery services are very limited and are reserved for senior citizens or those with serious medical problems. If you believe you fall into either category, let us know and we may be able to help you find options in Holly Oaks.

  6. What do I have to bring?

    Every location is different! Please review the details included on each resource to see whether you need to bring any documentation like ID or proof of address, or supplies like bags to carry the food. If you don’t see any information on the resource, you don’t have to bring anything!

  7. Do I need an appointment?

    Every location is different! Some places in Holly Oaks accept appointments, some require it, and others allow walk-ins. Please review all details on the resource page to understand how you should prepare for your visit.

  8. What kind of food do they have?

    Food pantries offer grocery-style items such as canned food, fresh produce, and dry goods like pasta or rice that you can cook yourself. Soup kitchens offer ready-to-eat items like hot meals or sandwiches. All of these locations may have different options on different days, so it is hard to tell what each one of them will offer any given day.

  9. Do they have vegetables?

    Pantries may have different options at different times, so it is hard to tell what each one of them will offer any given day. Most pantries in Holly Oaks do give out some form of vegetables, but they may be canned items.

  10. Do they have meat?

    Pantries may have different options on different days, so it’s hard to tell what each one of them will offer any given day.

  11. Any pantries open today?

    If you’ve signed up for personalized assistance through our text message helpline, please take a look at the links we’ve sent you! If none of the resources we’ve sent are open today, let us know and we can search for additional options. Here’s a list of everything in Holly Oaks that’s open today: Neighborhood Center, St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry (Easton)

  12. Where are you located?

    Because our work is mostly virtual, the Lemontree team works remotely, and we don’t have an office in Holly Oaks for in-person visits. You can always reach us by texting 90847 between 10am-6pm, every day of the week.