There is a new service in Massillon!
United Way 211 and DoorDash have partnered with the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank and local pantries to coordinate free food pantry delivery to vulnerable community members. The service has been operating in Canton for a couple of weeks, but thanks to a new partnership is now available in Massillon and Alliance. The program requires a minimum of 10 participants to begin the service; the maximum is approximately 25 per week. United Way will be marketing the service on social media this week.
For more information, see below or dial 211.
|United Way 211/DoorDash COVID-19 FOOD BOX DELIVERY|
This service provides delivery of a box of approximately 25 pounds of non-perishable food through participating food partners and Door Dash.
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Call 2-1-1 to be screened for eligibility and be scheduled for a delivery.FEES: Free.
ELIGIBILITY: Due to Covid-19, households at or below 230% of the Federal Poverty Guideline Level are eligible for The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) at participating food pantries.
Individuals must meet all the following criteria for free delivery:
– Residents of Summit County OR Stark County (serves residents with a participating food pantry within 10 miles of the resident’s address).
– Currently quarantined or at high-risk for severe complications from COVID-19 (such as older adults age 65 years or over Or with chronic lung disease, moderate to severe asthma, heart disease with complications, immunocompromised, or severe obesity).
– Income under 230% of the Federal Poverty Level.
– Limited support system to assist them in picking up food.LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH: Language Line available to schedule delivery.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: None.
SERVICES: Food Pantries for Homebound and COVID-19
United Way 211 has just launched its online database. There you can find information about community resources to share with family, friends and customers. You will also find new resources specific to COVID-19. 211 is still available by phone 24 hours a day/7 days a week; the online database simply offers another way to access information.
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