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First Fruits Ministry of Northwest Georgia

First Fruits Ministry is a food pantry. We strive to help people meet their basic need for food and other necessities. We also offer a clothing closet and prayer if needed. Fresh food is one of the most common requests, and at times we struggle to provide this. Any fresh fruits, vegetables, or dairy donations are always a blessing.

This listing was last updated Apr 13, 2023

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Location & Open Times

We are open most days of the week. Usually starting a 10am till 4 or 5pm. Call us anytime if you have questions or a donation.

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 6 weeks ago

2335 Red Bud Rd NE, Calhoun, GA, USAGet Directions

  • 678-918-6120

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  • Pastor Rusty Haradon

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If you have something to donate, please call Rusty Haradon at 678-918-6120


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