Until further notice, the Food Pantry is operating as a drive-through. All households will be provided with the same number of non-perishable items.
Food Pantry Hours
The Food Pantry is open:
Mondays - 6pm-7pm
Wednesdays - noon-2pm
Thursdays - noon-2pm
Please bring a photo ID & a current utility bill, lease, cable bill, bank statement or JFS letter to show residency in western Lake County.
Households may visit the Food Pantry once every 30 days.
WESTERN LAKE COUNTY IS DEFINED AS:
McKinley Food Pantry is CLOSED on the following holidays:
New Year's Day
4th of July
New Year's Eve
McKinley Food Pantry is OPEN on these holidays:
Martin Luther King Day
Immaculate Conception’s Food Pantry relocated to the McKinley Community Outreach Center in July 2014.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do I have to be a Willoughby resident to receive food?
A: Residents of western lake county are eligible to receive food (Willoughby, Willoughby Hills, Eastlake, Wickliffe, Willowick, Timberlake, Lakeline).
Q: How often may I receive food?
A: You may receive food once every 30 days
Q: If I receive food, will I still be eligible to visit the Center for taxables, clothing, furniture, etc?
Q: May I receive taxable items and access the other distribution rooms at the same time I receive food?
A: No. The taxable and other items will be distributed at the usual three monthly distributions (second Saturday, third Tuesday, Last Saturday).
Q: What do I need to bring with me to receive food?
A: The same items required for the taxable distributions: (1) Photo ID and (2) currently utility bill, lease, cable bill, phone bill, bank statement or JFS letter. You will be asked to sign an income verification form but NOT required to prove income.
Q: Do I need to be already registered at McKinley for taxables in order to receive food?
A: No, you may register at the time of your visit.
Q: When will the food pantry be open?
A: Mondays from 6pm-7:30pm
Wednesdays from noon-2:30pm
Thursdays from noon-2:30pm
Q: Will the food pantry be open during taxable distributions?
A: No. At times overflow of bread or produce may be available during taxable distributions