7 food distribution centers in Huntsville helping fight food insecurity—here’s how to help

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Share some food with a neighbor in need. (Downtown Rescue Mission / Facebook)

Interested in getting involved with a nonprofit in Huntsville? We’ve rounded up seven food distribution centers in Huntsville that are helping fight hunter every day. Read on to find out how you can get involved.

1. New Futures

New Futures is a nonprofit homeless shelter in Huntsville that focuses on keeping families together.

2. Manna House

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Manna House is always looking for volunteers. (Manna House / Facebook)

Manna House gives out food regularly to Huntsville residents in need. They also provide a backpack program for area kids.

3. Foodline

Foodline is an interfaith organization that connects people in need to food pantries in the Huntsville area.

4. Downtown Rescue Mission

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The Downtown Rescue Mission gave out Thanksgiving meals this week. (Downtown Rescue Mission / Facebook)

Food distribution is one of many services that Downtown Rescue Mission offers. You can also shop at their thrift stores to support the mission.

5. Salvation Army

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Drop a few dollars in the kettle this season to help local Huntsvillians. (Salvation Army / Facebook)

The Salvation Army in Huntsville offers a food and clothing distribution service as well as a shelter, life skills and GED classes and more.

Let us know how you’re serving your community on social media by tagging @hvilleblast and using #hvilleblast.

Emily Phillips
Emily Phillips
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