Are you, your family, neighbor, or coworker in need of food? At Second Harvest, our goal is to provide help to every person who is looking for assistance. We connect people with the services they need and make sure that everyone is treated with dignity and respect.
Because different people need help in different ways, our initiatives work with unique communities.
Are you Feeling Stuck?
Getting Ahead is part of Second Harvest’s Forward STEPS community learning initiative, which works with participants to examine their past to create a new and better future for themselves and their families. Each week a group of people comes together to determine what keeps them stuck and what they can do to get ahead.
Applications are now open for our free Getting Ahead Program.
We at Second Harvest believe that providing help to those in need requires a full community effort. Across our service area there are many organizations that provide a variety of resources to people in need of assistance.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food assistance to low-and no-income families living in the U.S. that you can spend in most grocery stores and farmers markets.
The Affordable Connectivity Program is a new federal program that helps low-income households pay for internet service and connected devices like a laptop or tablet.
Food Storage and Preparation
Not sure how best to use the resources you get from a pantry, tailgate, or other initiative? There are lots of resources to help you figure out how to store and prepare food.
Need Help Applying for SNAP?
The Application process for SNAP can be very complicated – but we’re here to help! Make an appointment with Carol Bradshaw, Forward STEPS Manager, and we’ll walk you through it. firstname.lastname@example.org | 765-287-2033
For your appointment, you will need a Personal ID, Social Security Card for each person in the household, Proof of Income, most recent bank statements, proof of medical costs for people with disabilities or people over 60, proof of housing and utility costs, and proof of any childcare dependant costs and child support paid.