Where to Find Food When You Need It


Second Harvest is scheduling weekly free food distributions in response to the increased food needs of our community during the Coronavirus crisis. To view our weekly mobile food distribution schedule on our home page, click here.

All distributions are drive-through events to help ensure your safety, and the health and safety of our staff, volunteers and the community. During our food distributions, we follow the CDC’s social distancing recommendations, and our staff and volunteers wear protective masks, gloves and sanitize the distribution area on a regular basis.

Many Leon County food distribution events are made possible with funding provided by Leon County Government through the Leon CARES program. These events are noted as “Leon CARES” distributions.

Leon CARES grants are funded by Leon County government through the federal CARES program.

Mother and Son receive food during a Leon CARES drive-through distribution conducted by Second Harvest.










If you or someone you know needs nutritional assistance, you can use this map to locate a food pantry near you, or view our partner pantries by county:

Pantry List 

If you represent an agency and would like to update your listing, please contact our Agency Relations Team.

Other crisis assistance and services (employment, child care, heating assistance, etc.)

Contact United Way 2-1-1 Big Bend, a free and confidential service.

Dial 2-1-1 or 850-617-6333


Learn more about resources available to help you

If you would like us to contact you about the different programs and resources available to help you, please fill out the form below and a representative from Second Harvest will contact you soon.

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