Use the following information to find the Pantry Resource Center nearest you or call Heart of West Michigan United Way at 211 or 1-800-887-1107. Here is a PDF Version with a Kent County map as well.

*All pantries accept fresh produce donations*

Northwest Grand Rapids

  • Northwest Pantry at Trinity Reformed Church – 1224 Davis NW, 49504
    • Service Area: North to 6 Mile, South including 4th St. NW, East to Grand River, West to Kenowa
    • Phone: 451-4036
    • Contact: Sarah Boluyt/Waverly Knight
  • The Other Way Ministries– 710 West Fulton, 49504
    • Service Area: North up to 4th St. NW, South to Grand River, East to Grand River, West to Kenowa
    • Phone: 454-4011 x24
    • Contact: Kathy Bull

Southwest Grand Rapids & Wyoming

  • United Church Outreach Ministries (UCOM)– 1311 Chicago Dr SW, 49509
    • Service Area: North to Wealthy and Grand River, South to 60th St, East to 131, west to Kenowa
    • Phone: 241-4006
    • Contact: Shawn Keener
    • *also has a clothing bank on site

Downtown Grand Rapids & Heritage Hill

  • Westminster Pantry – 47 Jefferson SE, 49503
    • Service Area: North to Michigan St, South to Wealthy from the Grand River to Union or Fulton from Union to Fuller
    • Phone: 456-6115
    • Contact: Angie Kelley

Northeast Grand Rapids

  • North End Community Ministries (NECM) at Plainfield UM Church – 214 Spencer NE, 49505
    • Service Area: North to 6 Mile or the Grand River, South to Michigan from 131 to Fuller or Fulton from Fuller to Patterson, East to the River, West to the River
    • Phone: 454-1097
    • Contact: Laura Castle
    • ~N.O.W (Nutritional Options for Wellness) participating pantry [physician office referral required]

North Kent County, including Rockford

  • North Kent Community Services– 10075 Northland Dr, 49341
    • Service Area: North to 22 Mile, South to 6 Mile-Cannonsburg-5 Mile, East to Montcalm Co Rd., West to Kenowa
    • Phone: 866-3478
    • Contact: Claire Guisfredi
    • *also has a clothing bank on site
    • ~N.O.W (Nutritional Options for Wellness) participating pantry [physician office referral required]

South Kent Area

  • Streams of Hope- 280 60th St SE, 49548
    • Service Area: North to 52nd, South to 76th, East to Kalamazoo, West to 131
    • Phone: 272-3634
    • Contact: Heidi VanderLaan
    • ~N.O.W (Nutritional Options for Wellness) participating pantry [physician office referral required]
  • Byron Community Ministries- 8250 Byron Creek Dr. 49315
    • Service Area: North to 60th St, Between Eastern Ave SE and Kenowa SW
    • Phone: 878-6000
    • Contact: Joni Knoch
    • *also has a clothing bank on site

Southeast Grand Rapids

  • Baxter Community Center– 935 Baxter SE, 49506
    • Service Area: North to Wealthy from 131 to Union or Fulton from Union to East Patterson, South to Hall
    • Phone: 456-8593
    • Contact: Genika Horton
    • *also has a clothing bank on site
  • SECOM Ministries– 1545 Buchanan SW, 49507
    • Service Area: North to Hall, South to 28th St, East to Patterson, West to 131
    • Phone: 452-7684
    • Contact: Eleanor Heath
    • ~N.O.W (Nutritional Options for Wellness) participating pantry [physician office referral required]

Southeast Kent County

  • John Knox Pantry– 4150 Kalamazoo SE, 49508
    • Service Area: North to 28th St, South to 108th St between, Patterson and Eastern, and South to 60th St, between Eastern and 131 expressway
    • Phone: 455-9411
    • Contact: Michael Merren
  • Flat River Outreach Ministries– 11535 Fulton St East, Lowell, 49331
    • Service Area: North to 5 Mile, West to Patterson, East to Ionia County line, South to Barry County line (Caledonia/Cascade/Lowell and related SE areas
    • Phone: 897-8260
    • Contact: Heidi Hutchins or Tamela Spicer

All County Pantries

  • The Salvation Army– 1215 E. Fulton, 49503
    • Serves families who live in Kent County up to three times a year
    • Phone: 459-9468
    • Contact: Deanna Jacobs
    • ~N.O.W (Nutritional Options for Wellness) participating pantry [physician office referral required]

Evening & Weekend Pantries

  • Call United Way’s First Call for Help at 211 or 459-2255 for information