FOOD & CLOTHING DISTRIBUTION
MEETING THE BASIC NEEDS OF THOSE IN NEED
The May Dugan Center's Food and Clothing Distribution provides basic needs to the community through 20 distributions throughout the year severing over 130,000 meals.
TO ACCESS SERVICES
During COVID-19 and the Ohio Stay at Home Order, the May Dugan Center has changed operations of our Food Distribution.
The May Dugan Center will be providing a drive thru only distribtuon on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020 10am-2pm.
We ask participants to read the full description of the process before coming to the May Dugan Center:
Walk-ins cannot be accommodated on Wednesday, so all people are asked to drive. Cars will line up on Bridge Avenue and continue westward.
Participants will remain in their cars and food will be placed in the trunk so as to minimize contact. Participants are asked to provide sufficient trunk space for the food.
If you do not have a vehicle, you can authorize someone else (known as a proxy) to pick up food on your behalf. The person you select must have a vehicle and present a letter at the time of food distribution that contains the following information: the recipient’s name, the name of the person picking up food, the day of the distribution (5/13/20) and the recipient’s signature.
If no vechile or proxy is available, please call the May Dugan Center at 216-631-5800 x300. Other arrangements will be made to help you get food.
Every year, the Food & Clothing Distribution provides basic needs to the community. Last year, the program:
Provided over 130,000 meals to over 5,800 different people through 20 distributions.
During the current COVID-19 sitatuion:
Provided 859 families with food during the week of March 23rd.
Provided 925 families with food during the week of April 6th.
The Food & Clothing Distribution is Supported by:
The Greater Cleveland Food Bank
The Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland
Heinen's Fine Foods
St. Mark’s Church
City of Cleveland-Department of Community Development.
The Higley Fund
United Way of Greater Cleveland
Countless individual donors and volunteers