The Met Food Pantry will be closed from December 18th-January 8th.
We will reopen the 9th of January to better assist our Food Pantry families and clients.
The Met Food Pantry
The mission of the Food Pantry is to provide food to the hungry in the local community. By providing a pantry to the surrounding area we will be able to assist our community with monthly a “mini-market” style food pantry where clients can choose from of a variety of food and personal care items. Volunteers from the Met church will be able to organize, schedule, collect, distribute, and ultimately serve the community on a bi-monthly basis. The Met’s mission is to provide a place where the needy receive food assistance as well as support to get involved in activities that will assist them in growth towards a brighter tomorrow.
Applicants for the Met Church Food Pantry will need to apply to receive a minimum of 6 months of food assistance that will be picked up on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Only prescreened applicants may receive the items that have been pre purchased and selected for the clients. Allowances will be made at which the applicant may need emergency assistance throughout the month and The Met Food Pantry may be able to provide a request for food for the household in need based on The Met Food Pantry inventory.
STEP 1 - Call 817-379-4638 to make an appointment to fill out a Food Pantry Intake Form.
STEP 2 - Qualify for Food Assistance (Proof of Income & ID requested)
Once you qualify for the Food Pantry:
STEP 3 - Call to Schedule your Saturday appointments at the beginning of each month. Postcards are mailed out each month with designated call times.
STEP 4 - Pick up food on Saturdays at your scheduled appointment time during our Food Pantry (Every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month from 9am-1pm).
- Food Pantry members who are unable to schedule an appointment time, can “Walk-in” from 12pm-1pm. Walk-ins may have a slight wait and food may be limited as The Met Food Pantry purchases food for those who have scheduled an appointment.
- Non Food Pantry members can “Walk-in” as well and receive food after completing the intake process
- If you miss your Saturday appointment, you may call for a “take home” bag that will be prepared for you while food supplies are available.
- Participants will receive information regarding services, support and spiritual growth.
- Respect for Volunteers will be demonstrated at all times as well as respect for The Met Food Pantry client.
- Children must be supervised at all times.
- Food may not be sold – all food distributed is done so in good faith.
To print an application for food assistance: Click Here
To Volunteer for the Food Pantry contact: firstname.lastname@example.org