DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, WE WILL MAINTAIN OUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED HOURS OF OPERATION. WE WILL UTILIZE A DRIVE-THROUGH SYSTEM BEGINNING MARCH 28TH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
INFORMATION ON OUR MODIFIED DRIVE -THROUGH SYSTEM
THE "1 VISIT PER CALENDAR MONTH" POLICY STILL APPLIES.
DO NOT ARRIVE MORE THAN 30 MINUTES BEFORE OUR SCHEDULED OPENING TIME.
Please adhere to a 2 family per vehicle limit. You must have space in your vehicle to allow our volunteers to safely load food boxes into your vehicle. We WILL NOT load food into passengers' laps or into vehicles that require close personal contact with passengers.
DO NOT COME TO THE FOOD BANK IF YOU ARE SICK. This is for your protection and the safety of our neighbors and volunteers.
All vehicles must enter the parking area through the main entrance from South Ellington Parkway.
Volunteers will be in place to assist in creating car lines and directing traffic.
NEIGHBORS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO EXIT THEIR VEHICLES.
Follow the Parking Attendants instructions to keep the line moving quickly and safely.
Have your I.D. and any proof of benefits ready before you stop at the Check-in Tent.
The Check-in Attendant will direct you to move forward into the loading area when your check-in is complete.
DO NOT EXIT YOUR VEHICLE.Pop your trunk or ask our loading crew to place food in your back seat.
Proceed to the exit only when our loading crew has cleared your vehicle and directed you to do so.
WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO PHONE CALLS OR ONLINE MESSAGES DURING OPERATING HOURS.
WE WILL ENFORCE A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY WHEN IT COMES TO THE ILL-TREATMENT OF STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS. INAPPROPRIATE LANGUAGE, GESTURES, OR ABUSE OF ANY KIND WILL RESULT IN IMMEDIATE EXPULSION FROM THE LINE.
WELCOME TO SEEDS OF HOPE COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
At Seeds of Hope, our mission is simple: To provide nutritional assistance to our neighbors as a tangible expression of Christ's love.
But we can't do it alone. That's why we are staffed and supported by volunteers from local churches, civic groups, community organizations, and scout troops from all across Marshall County.
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO SERVE OUR NEIGHBORS
Located on the campus of LifeSong Ministries in Lewisburg, we provide ample parking in addition to our fully stocked shopping center that offers dry goods, canned goods, fresh and frozen produce, as well as a variety of frozen meats. Shopping carts are provided for your convenience, and personal shoppers are on hand to assist you with any questions you may have during your visit.