NETWorks Food Pantry

What is the Food Pantry?

The food pantry provides food assistance for neighbors experiencing a crisis or unexpected difficult time.

It is intended to provide 1-2 days worth of food. Neighbors can come up to twice a month to receive an order of groceries based upon  size of the household.

Though the pantry serves neighbors well in a time of short-term crisis, our Grocery Co-op provides a longer-term, sustainable solution to food insecurity.

How do I donate?

The pantry is stocked with donations from partner churches, community organizations, and individuals. Click here to download a list of suggested donation items. 

Bring your donations to NETWorks W/F/Sat, 10am-1pm or contact our director to make an appointment. Please do not leave items during non-business hours.

Receipts for tax purposes are available upon request. All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Do I qualify for the pantry?

As long as you live within our service area and bring the following documentation, you qualify for our food pantry.

Our Service Area:

Click the map to see if you are in our service area.

Click the map to see if you are in our service area.


  • Zip code 30084 (Dekalb county only), Parts of 30033, 30340, 30345, 30087. Click map to verify eligibility.
  • Area within I-85—North
  • Gwinnett County line—East
  • Hwy 78--South
  • N. Druid Hills/Clairmont--West

Required Documentation:

  • Two forms of ID are required for applicant (ID includes drivers license, social security card, birth certificate, healthcare benefits card, etc.) 
  • One form of ID for each member of the household
  • You do not have to make an appointment is for food pantry assistance. We are open Wednesday, Friday, Saturday from 10:00am to 1:00pm. (We are closed on Saturdays if Monday is a holiday. We are closed on Mondays.)

We look forward to meeting you!