Volusia County Food Assistance Resources

  • ACCESS Florida
    The Food Assistance Program helps people with low-income buy healthy food. There are some eligibility rules to get benefits which include but are not limited to providing proof of identity, passing a gross income limit less than or equal to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, and living in the state of Florida. For more information, visit www.myflfamilies.com
  • Halifax Urban Ministries (Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange)
    All of the non-profit Halifax Ministry organizations offer a number of assistance programs to people across Volusia County Florida. Services include free food, meals, groceries, and perishable items. Other services include emergency shelter, very limited amount of assistance to pay for basic needs such as electric, rent, and medications (only if funding is available), and referrals.
  • Salvation Army Social Services – Food Pantry
    560 Ballough Road, Daytona Beach
    Requirements: Must have ID and piece of mail. Call for current hours.
  • The Neighborhood Center of West Volusia, Inc.
    434 S Woodland Blvd, DeLand
    Please bring ID and Social Security cards for all household members. Call for current hours.
  • Community Assistance Program
    Refer individuals to local food banks and pantries, as well as grant and financial assistance programs. Applications are also available for benefits ranging from free school lunches to USDA commodities. Call 407-328-9900
  • Love Center
    498 S Yonge St, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
    Phone: 386-673-3428
  • Deland Seventh  Day Adventist Church
    220 N Kepler Rd, Deland, FL 32724
    Phone: 386-736-8833
    Distributes emergency food boxes, clothing, and other help to the low-income and needy.
  • Emergency Assistance, Community Outreach
    185 N. US 1, Oak Hill, Florida
  • New Hope Human Services
    2855 Lake Helen Osteen Rd., Deltona, Florida 32738
    Call the pantry at 386-532-8291 for hours
    Social services are administered, and has information on federal and state of Florida government programs such as WIC, food stamps, and school lunches.
  • Prince of Peace Social Services
    600 Nova Rd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174
    Phone: 386-676-1695
    Case managers can help Volusia County families facing hunger. Long term benefits may be applications to SNAP food stamps or surplus USDA food. The organization also has referrals to emergency pantries.
  • Salvation Army – DeLand
    1240 S. High St., Deland, Florida 32724
    Phone: 386-738-2406
    A soup kitchen and free, client choice food pantry is on site. Other resources are a clothing closet as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas meals.
  • Daytona Beach Salvation Army – Social Services Office
    1555 LPGA
    Daytona Beach, FL 32114
    Phone: 386-236-2020
    Case managers will also refer senior citizens to Meals on Wheels.
  • Salvation Army – Social Services Office – New Smyrna
    663 Arnau Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
    Phone: 386-427-1532
    The Salvation Army branches referenced above offer clothing closet, food pantries, meals, shelter, and maybe funding for bills. Assistance is focused on low income, seniors, and unemployed in Volusia County Florida.
  • Social Service Council of the Jewish Federation
    470 Andalusia Ave., Ormond Beach, FL 32174
    Phone: 386-672-0294
  • St. Barnabas – Faith At Work Ministry
    327 W. Wisconsin Ave., Deland, Florida 32720
    Phone: 386-734-9708
    A free, hot meal or box of food is offered from the faith based charity
  • St. Clare’s Catholic Church
    2961 Day Rd., Deltona, FL 32738
    Phone: 386-789-2430
  • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Outreach – C.A.R.E.
    4600 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast, Florida 32164
    Dial the non-profit number at 386-597-3359 for hours and information.
    For more information on pantries for low income families, call 407-295-1066. Callers can also get advice on other hunger prevention programs, ranging from school lunches for children to referrals to soup kitchens in Volusia County.