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Smithfield OH Food Pantry

Please call: Stanley Dombroski P.O. Box 482 Smithfield, OH 43948 Drop off your garden produce at Friends Evangelical Church, Smithfield OH 43948...we are 1 hr southwest of Pittsburgh (Rt22). About 30 minutes south of Steubenville and about 30 minutes northwest of Wheeling, WV (off OH-7N). This food bank is registered with the United Way of Jefferson County, and is a vital lifeline to the struggling rural community that lives here. Food deliveries arrive by the truckloads twice a month. Feel free to call 304-625-4526 and leave a message, we will help coordinate. Your help is GREATLY needed, and appreciated!

This listing was last updated Jul 15, 2022

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Donations and handouts are 2x a month

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 1 year ago

1599 Main Street, Smithfield, OH 43948, USAGet Directions

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