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 every guest is treated with dignity and respect.


As a food bank, Second Harvest supplies products to member agencies throughout east central Indiana. These agencies then provide food directly to clients through programs including food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters. Agencies provide emergency and/or short-term food assistance.

Don’t see your county? Click Here for a map of other Indiana Food Banks, or Click Here to search for your food bank by ZIP Code.


Seniors are one of the fastest growing groups of people to experience food insecurity. That’s where the Senior Safety Net comes in. This initiative is for any community members 60+ years old who need food or other resources.


The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food assistance to low- and no-income people and families living in the United States. It is a federal aid program administered by the Food and Nutrition Service of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), however, distribution of benefits occurs at the state level. In Indiana, the Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) is responsible for ensuring federal regulations are initially implemented and consistently applied in each county.


106 N. Jefferson St.
Hartford City, IN 47348
(800) 403-0864

3300 W. Kilgore Ave.
Muncie, IN 47304
(800) 403-0864

1800 Kem Rd.
Marion, IN 46952
(800) 403-0864

517 New York Ave
New Castle, IN 47362
(800) 403-0864

1025 W. Votaw St.
Portland, IN 47371
(800) 403-0864

222 E. 10th St. Ste. E
Anderson, IN 4601
(800) 403-0864

221 N. Main St.
Winchester, IN 47394
(800) 403-0864

85 W. Canal St.
Wabash, IN 46992
(800) 403-0864


Second Harvest also hosts tailgate food distributions for each county in our service area. The tailgate program consists of Second Harvest staff and volunteers setting up a trailer full of food products in parking lots in each county. Those in need of food can stop in at the tailgate location and drive through to receive food. No IDs, or proof of address or income are required.

To see a schedule for the tailgate distributions, click here:


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.


2-1-1 is a free and confidential service that helps Hoosiers across Indiana find the local resources they need. Just pick up a phone and dial 2-1-1.