Friday, February 25, 2011

Mustard Seed Clothing Distribution Program (Louisiana)


The Mustard Seed Food Distribution Program runs a Food Pantry and a Clothing Bank that distribute donated household goods, non-perishable foods, hygiene products, and clothes to the community. It also provides advocacy and referrals, and links residents (including those with special needs) to area resources so that their needs can be met.

The Clothes Distribution is Monday through Friday from 10AM - 3PM. The Mustard Seed Food Distribution Program currently operates Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 AM – 3 PM BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. An appointment is needed to receive food; this appointment will be set up when the client fills out the application form for participation in the Food Pantry. Clients are also requested to bring their own box to collect their food.

While clothes are available to anyone, if you want to receive food from this program, you must either qualify through USDA income eligibility guidelines or demonstrate membership in certain government programs such as TANF, food stamps, or disability assistance. These are the current income guidelines for receiving food:

 



http://www.ccstb.org/mustardseed/index.html?gclid=CJ2O-J-FpKcCFa5k7AodByJhEg

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