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N.C. Poverty Coalition Food Pantry

N.C.P.C. has two Food Pantries. One in Goldsboro, and one in Fremont, NC. We don't charge for any services. No i.d. or documentation is required.

This listing was last updated May 25, 2017

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Goldsboro Food Pantry 313 Old 111 Hwy. At Harvest Baptist Church Every Tuesday at 3pm Do Good Food Pantry 106 S. Goldsboro St. Fremont NC 27830 Open every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 12pm Donations to our pantries can be made at our Fremont location. Monday thru Saturday 12pm until 5pm if open. Or by calling 919 617 1444.

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 5 years ago

313 Old 111 Hwy, Goldsboro, NC 27534, USAGet Directions

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  • Jonathan Phillips

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