Family Food Market
Offering a client-choice pantry to empower families of all sizes to shop for the goods they need
SHOPPING AT THE FAMILY FOOD MARKET
The Family Food Market is available for Hall County residents on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 10am to 12pm. ID is highly encouraged but not required. Click the "FFM Calendar" button below to view the upcoming dates for the Family Food Market.
Please note that due to high demand and supply and time constraints, only the first 60 clients to check-in will be able to shop in the market. Clients numbered 61+ will still receive food in the form of a food box as long as supplies last and as long as they arrive by 11:50am. The last client check-in is taken no later than 11:50am regardless of the number of clients previously checked in.
Family Food Market
Who: for residents of Hall County
What: client-choice food pantry; please bring ID
When: 2nd & 4th Tuesday each month from 10am-12pm
Where: Family Promise of Hall County (3606 McEver Rd, Oakwood, GA 30566)
How: The first 60 clients to check-in can shop. Clients numbered 61+ will receive a food box as long as supplies last. The last client check-in is taken no later than 11:50am.
ABOUT THE CLIENT-CHOICE PANTRY
Family Promise of Hall County established the Family Food Market (FFM) in October 2020. FFM is a client-choice food pantry where low-income residents of Hall County can shop for the items they need with the goal of decreasing overall food waste and ensuring client dignity.
FFM gets the majority of its food from our partners the Georgia Mountain Food Bank and the Atlanta Community Food Bank. We supplement our inventory with donations from community individuals and groups.
As the market has grown, we have created a curated list of staple items that are difficult to keep in stock but always in high demand. Please click the button below to access our wishlist.
REUSABLE TOTE PROGRAM
Starting Tuesday, August 9, 2022 Family Promise of Hall County (FPHC) will begin distributing reusable totes to FFM clients as part of FPHC's new Reusable Tote Program. The goals of the Reusable Tote Program are to decrease the amount of cardboard and plastic used as well as to empower and reward clients.