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       Central College Food Pantry


How Much/How Many - The CCPC Food Pantry Feeds roughly 40 families per week, using over 2500 lbs of food each week. Assuming 40 families of 4.5 people per family, 260 bags of food are given out to 180 people per week.  The committment of time for our Volunteers to gather and distribute the food takes over 100 labor-hours each week.

Volunteer Help Needed
The Food Pantry is seeking two volunteers to distribute groceries from 4:30-6:00 on Wednesdays, starting near the end of May. Please call the church office if you can help!

Food ResourcesThe food pantry gets the largest amount of food (80%) from the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. Some of the food is free while most is available at a much reduced price from the Food Bank. A group of 12 – 15 volunteers unload the 4-6 thousand lbs of food and put it on the food pantry shelves. Other volunteers needed include those who bag the food for delivery and volunteers in the evening to give the food to the Food Pantry Clients. Some volunteers also make trips to pickup food donations from our Community Business Partners. You can help right away.  This weeks item of need as the Food Pantry Item Of The Week is Meal Extenders such as Hamburger Helper.  Tooth paste & brushes can also be used.

The CCPC Food Pantry receives food and support from the congregation in several ways including First Sundays and Miracle Mountain. Other CCPC  groups involved include Central College Christian Academy and Preschool children, Boy Scout Troop 192 and Presbyterian Women.  We also have many business Community Partners who provide food and other assistance on a regular basis. We are grateful those businesses which include: Bob Evans, Westerville & Bob Evans Gahanna; Chipotle, Westerville; COSTCO, Easton and COSTCO, Gemini Place; Giant Eagle, New Albany , Just Pies, Gahanna and Just Pies, Westerville; Kroger, Sunbury Rd Westerville and Kroger, Hampstead Way, New Albany;  Longhorn Steakhouse, Gahanna; Meijer, Westerville; Panera Bread, South Westerville; Peet's Coffee; Pepperidge Farms; Schneider's Bakery; Church of the Latter Day Saints, Westerville.

How Can You Help? - The need never ceases.  There are many people in Westerville and surrounding communities who are hungry and trying to provide for their families. You can help by choosing to volunteer. You can help by choosing to bring in food.  You can help by choosing to donate money.  You can help by praying.
For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me —Matthew 25:35
More Details Here - Get more information HERE about the Central College Food Pantry.

I Need Help - Central College Presbyterian Church is not a walk-in Food Pantry.  We work with area agencies that assign clients in need to the most appropriate Pantry location.  If you are in need of assistance, please consider contacting one of these area agencies:

  • HANDS-ON  221-2255 or  211 (phone use for 614 area code only) 24 hours, every day 
  • Foodlink Hotline provides referrals for services in Franklin County. Contact 341-2282. 7 am-4 pm, Mon., Wed., Fri; 7 am-8 pm,Tue. & Thur. 370 South Fifth Street, Columbus, OH 43215  For free Hands On directory of services, go to
  • The Ohio Benefit Bank - A service to help qualify those in need for government assistance programs or help with taxes. Please call 1-800-648-1176 to meet with a counselor at a location near you or go online to:


Daily Scripture

  • Acts 20:24

Traditional Worship
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975 S. Sunbury Rd.
Westerville, OH  43081