The South Florida Hunger Coalition supports a network of food assistance, emergency and disaster response agencies, and children and senior programs throughout South Florida.
If you are an individual, or know an individual in need of food, please visit one of our local partner agencies. 

You can open the following map for a list of Food Banks in Broward County by following the link below. 

South Florida Pantries and Food Banks


For immediate and confidential assistance, you may call the Broward
County 2-1-1 hotline, by simply dialing 2-1-1. Assistance is available 24
hours a day, seven days a week, and you will be directed to the nearest
emergency food or social service agency in your area.

The Food Stamp Program (SNAP)  helps people with low-income, buy
healthy food. A food stamp household is normally a group of people who live
together and buy food and cook meals together. If your household passes
the Food Stamp Program's eligibility rules, the amount of food stamp
benefits you get depends on the number of people in your household and
how much money is left after certain expenses are subtracted. To view
eligibility requirements, click here. To view a listing of Food Stamp 
(SNAP) Access Centers in your community, click here

Meals On Wheels South Florida provides Emergency Food Services to Seniors 
as well as  leading a regional effort to support the Summer BreakSpot feeding program 
for youth 18 years and under. Other programs include  the ability for homebound adults 
in Broward County to request a grocery shopping volunteer who will shop for them once every other week at their local Publix Supermarket. There is no charge for the service, but customers must pay for their own groceries by setting up an account with Meals on Wheels South Florida. Donations for all services are requested. Visit
south florida hunger coalition
We work to eradicate hunger by acting as a resource and convener for hunger-related initiatives and programs