CARING FOR FRIENDS
Tips and tricks for volunteers, and other places client friends can get assistance.
Caring Community Resources
Find food help, assistance with chores, and more through these community resources.Resources
Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels
Delivers meals to clients in Germantown, Mt. Airy, and Chestnut Hill. Some financial assistance may be available. Also accepts SNAP.
Contact: 215-233-5555Visit Site
Manna delivers free, frozen meals to people citywide who are battling serious medical conditions with nutritional concerns. This service is open to all ages.
Contact: 866-626-6209Visit Site
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA)
PCA delivers free meals to citywide participants based on assessment.
Contact: 215-765-9040Visit Site
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
The state offers free monthly boxes of food for income-eligible adults age 60 and older. Boxes are distributed at different agencies across the city.
Contact: SHARE Food Program at (215) 223-2220Visit Site
Philabundance is a non-profit food bank that serves the Philadelphia and Delaware Valley region of Pennsylvania, United States.
Contact: (215) 339-0900Visit Site
The Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger
The Greater Philadelphia Coalition against Hunger offers assistance applying for SNAP, finding summer meals, locating a food pantry near you, and more.
Contact: (215) 430-0555Visit Site
MANNA on Main Street
Social services agency in Montgomery County offering a soup kitchen, pantry, emergency financial aid program, culinary training courses, and more.
Contact: (215) 885-5454Visit Site
Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging
Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging offers home repair assistance to those who need.
Contact: (215) 765-9000Visit Site
St. John’s Hospice
Offering shelter, assistance, and sustenance for men experiencing homelessness.
Contact: (215) 563-7763Visit Site
United Way Bucks County
Offers help to residents with hunger, housing, education, tax assistance, and more.
Contact: (215) 949-1660Visit Site