Center for Lay Ministries

Food Pantry/Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Services

FOOD ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS:
* Must live in Clark County, Indiana
* Must provide a picture ID and proof of residency of Clark County (proof can be mail, renter's agreement, utility bill, etc.)
* Must identify all individuals currently living in the household
Clients must bring this information with them each time they visit.  Contact the pantry at:  812-282-0063 for additional information.  

FOOD ASSISTANCE

NOTICE:  We are always in need of donated food.    Thank you. 


CLM Food Pantry
213 East Maple Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m  -
                                                              3:30 p.m.  and Saturday from 9 a.m. - noon

 

Community Services - Food Pantry

Serving Clark County residents who are at or below 185% of poverty, the Food Pantry is available to clients one time during each calendar month. We follow USDA guidelines and operate a CLIENT CHOICE food pantry. 
The CLIENT CHOICE model is rapidly replacing the old “fixed bag or box” model that once was prevalent in the U.S. This model allows our clients to retain a sense of dignity and it also means less waste, as the client who is choosing the food is the only one who knows about allergies, dietary restrictions and likes and dislikes.
Clients are required to bring a recent piece of mail to verify residency (unless homeless) and I.D. for all those who are in the household.

 

(812-282-0063) concerning closures and times of operation due to holidays and inclement weather.   For questions beyond the website information, please call the CLM office phone at:   812-282-0063  (if after hours, contact Greg H. at:  502-777-7398)


The CLM and Meijer Partner Regularly to Provide Hunger Relief in Clark County, Indiana through Meijer’s Simply Give Food Pantry Match Donation Program 

                                  


Meijer created this meaningful video, please take a couple of minutes to watch:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxdpc2gjJbk&app=desktop#t=40


The Boy Scouts, 3 troops from Clark County, delivered 5,670 pounds of food to our pantry.  This is an annual event.  The Center for Lay Ministries  appreciate these troops for all they do for CLM.  Thank you!

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THANK YOU TO OUR YOUNGEST DONORS IN THE CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM:  

A special thank you to the following schools that coordinated food drives for the Center for Lay Ministries, Inc. – Community Services, Bonnie’s Food Pantry, donating 3,200 pounds of food for those in our community in need of assistance:  

Utica Elementary, Riverside Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Elementary, Bridgepoint Elementary, Spring Hill Elementary, Wilson Elementary, and Jeffersonville High.

THANKS TO THE USPS EMPLOYEES


The USPS collected food items for the CLM's  Bonnie's Food Pantry; the generous acts of the USPS employees and our community were impressive!  More than 3,500 POUNDS OF FOOD ITEMS were donated.  Thanks to everyone involved.  You truly make a difference in our community.  


A big thank you goes out to KENTUCKY HARVEST for their generous donation of food to CLM.  In 2015, they donated over 951 pounds of food.  We sincerely appreciate their continued support of our services.  

CONGRATULATIONS to the CLM for being chosen by DARE TO CARE as the Indiana Food Pantry of the year 2016.


Besides receiving many kind and warm remarks about the CLM's efforts to care for those in our community in need of food, the CLM was also also awarded a $500 check to help continue our mission.  CLM sincerely appreciates that the work accomplished by the staff and volunteers is being recognized by our peers.  Thank you to all of the CLM board members, volunteers and staff who work hard to make the Center for Lay Ministries the best in Indiana.  

January 2015:  

Bonnie Ryan, CLM Food Pantry Volunteer Coordinator for 13 years, was presented the Jeffersonville Rotary Club's Golf Leaf pin, for her dedication and years of service to ensure the success of the CLM mission.  Thank you, Bonnie!