Macomb Food Program
Feeding the hungry since 1975, the Macomb Food Program provides immediate relief to those
in need of food through a network of more than 50 pantries and hunger relief organizations.
The Macomb Food Program supplies food at no cost to ensure pantry shelves are stocked and
operates as a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization.
A federally funded program which helps supplements the diets of low-income individuals and families by providing them with emergency food and nutrition at no cost. Food is distributed once per month through Macomb County distribution sites. For more information contact your local Macomb Community Action Center or the Macomb Food Program.
Food Pantry Network
If you are in need of food, please click on the Pantry Network link below.
Fresh To You Mobile Pantry
The "Fresh to You" mobile food pantry has been established to increase fresh food access to low-income communities throughout Macomb County.
Ways You Can Help
- Mail in a check or money order to the address below
- Please make it payable to the Macomb Food Program
- Host a food drive or fundraiser
- Volunteer at our warehouse
- Attend an event that supports the Macomb Food Program
- Donate to the annual Letter Carrier’s Food Drive in May
- Support Scouting for Food in November
- Like us on Facebook @MacombFoodProgram or follow us on Twitter @macombfoodpro
*The Macomb Food Program will not sell, share or trade donor contact information.
Did you know?
$50 Distributes 150 meals to agencies serving hungry people.
$100 Distributes 300 meals to agencies serving hungry people.
$300 Your gift will provide over 900 meals to agencies serving hungry people.
Volunteers are needed at the warehouse to sort and re-box donated food products. Those interested in volunteering can
call the Macomb Food Program at (586) 469-6004 or click here to sign-up using our online form.
For more information on the Macomb Food Program contact:
Macomb Community Action
Attn: Macomb Food Program
21885 Dunham Road, Suite 10
Clinton Township, MI 48036
When emailing questions regarding services, please include your name, phone number or other contact information and
city of residence. This helps us to serve you more efficiently.
Deaf, deaf or hard of hearing:
Please call TTY at 586-469-5962