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Carnegie Food Pantry

This ministry began in 2011 with a desire to help the hungry. We started in a Carnegie United Methodist Church Sunday School Classroom, soon grew to 6 classrooms, then moved to the Fellowship Hall! We have now grown so much that the demand for our service moved us into a new and larger location that was donated right here in Carnegie. Where we once were able to serve only our Carnegie community, we now serve all of Caddo County, along with the towns of Mountain View and Gotebo as well! We strive to provide a weeks worth of groceries every 30 days to the families that are in need. Carnegie Food Pantry is open every 3rd Friday from 9:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.

This listing was last updated Aug 8, 2023

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Contact Pastor Anna Jones 580-919-0838 or Jenny Vincent 405-618-9563.

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