Ashland County Food Bank

When Times are Tough

Keeping nutritious food on the table should not be a burden when facing the stress of a difficult life transition. That’s why we're here to provide short-term food assistance to people with financial need residing in Ashland County. The Food Bank is supported solely by generous donations collected from 30 churches, businesses, organizations, and individuals of Ashland County. We are staffed by caring volunteers ready to listen and provide you with the help and resources you need.

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Associated Charities Satellite Locations

If you don’t live near the Associated Charities Food Bank, consider visiting one of our satellite food centers at the following locations.
Please bring a photo ID and proof of residency.


Polk Satellite

The Polk Satellite, held the third Tuesday of every month at the Polk Fire Station, is open from 6 p.m. until all food has been provided to visitors. The center is run by volunteers from the Polk Fire Department and 5 Stones Church.

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Perrysville Satellite

The Perrysville Satellite, held the fourth Wednesday of every month at the Perrysville Community Center, is open from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. or until all food has been provided to visitors. The center is run by the Perrysville Association of Churches.

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 How to Get Started:

It's okay to seek a helping hand every now and then. If you're interested in our Food Bank, there are a few things you need to get started:

1. Proof of the last (1) week of income for the entire household

2. Proof as to where that money was spent

3. A valid picture ID or driver’s license

4. Proof of current residence in Ashland County.


We have coats for kids! Our "KIds Closet" has coats, hats and gloves for our Ashland County youth through high school. Call the office or stop in with your child during regular business hours. Donations of new coats for kids are always appreciated!