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SafeLink Wireless

*Provider for federal Lifeline program which offers a free cellular phone with plan that gives 350 free minutes and unlimited texts per month for income eligible households that meet certain requirements *Automatic eligibility offered to persons already participating in Public Housing Assistance/Section 8, Food Stamps, LIHEAP, SSI, National School Lunch (free program only), TANF, Medicaid or Bureau of Indian Affairs programs *Alternative eligibility: total household income 150% of federal poverty guidelines and must be verified *To apply by phone, persons must call during business hours and follow prompts *Applying on-line faster and easier *No other Lifeline service can be used in household and applicant must have valid US postal service address (no PO box numbers accepted)

Services: Cell Phones

9700 NW 112th Ave

Miami, FL 33178

(800) 723-3546

Salvation Army, Basic Needs Assistance

******03/23/20: AGENCY OUT OF UTILITY ASSISTANCE FUNDS, DOES NOT EXPECT TO BE RE-FUNDED UNTIL AUGUST 2020, BUT RESOURCE STAFF WILL DOUBLE CHECK ON A REGULAR BASIS**** *Basic Needs hours are 10am-1pm, M-F, serves Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla County residents *Vouchers for free clothing and shoes for individuals and families in need, available once every 12 months *Vouchers for clothes and shoes must be used the same day they are given at the Salvation Army Thrift Store, so persons need to get vouchers on days the thrift store is open *Food pantry/groceries for individuals or families in need who are not already receiving food assistance, available once per year *Personal hygiene bags for homeless persons *Diapers and infant items are sometimes available, call to find out *Furniture and household items require a letter from a case manager verifying that the person or family is transitioning from homelessness, or a referral letter from Red Cross after a disaster *UTILITY BILL ASSISTANCE ONLY WHEN FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE and usually for LEON, GADSDEN AND WAKULLA COUNTY RESIDENTS (Funding type determines which counties can be served; at times may not serve all three) *Utility bill assistance procedures and eligibility: *Must meet income guidelines, available only once every 12 months, applicant must have had some type of hardship in the past 60 days that caused temporary financial change and inability to pay the bill *Can only pay current month's bill, can not pay deposits or closed accounts, utilities must still be connected, payment must ensure another 30 days of service *An appointment to apply for utility assistance is required; Call as early as possible on Monday (starting 8am) for a pre-screeing interview to find out if eligible for an appointment *Have utility bill in hand when calling; do not leave a message as staff is not available to return calls *Calls are taken on Mondays starting 8am until all appointments for the week are filled

Services: Baby Clothing, Diapers, Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision, Personal/Grooming Supplies, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2410 Allen Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 222-0304

Salvation Army, Tallahassee Thrift Store

3/23/20: COVID-19 UPDATE: HOURS HAVE CHANGED TO 10AM-5PM, WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY *Sells a variety of donated items at low cost including clothing, furniture, office equipment, household items, shoes and books *Will pick up some donations on a case by case basis

Services: General Clothing Provision, Household Goods, Thrift Shops

2410 Allen Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32312

(850) 222-0304

School Uniform Services

*Offers assistance with obtaining school uniforms to children in need attending public schools for which uniforms are required in the Big Bend area *Parents should call the number for their individual county; in Leon County parents should call the child's school

Services: School Clothing

Varies by County

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 487-7100

Sowing Seeds Sewing Comfort Ministry

*Operates two food pantries at the following locations: *Tallahassee Senior Center (takes place outside in the breezeway), 1400 N Monroe St, 30303, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 11am-Noon *Faith Presbyterian Church, 2200 N Meridian Rd, 32303, 3rd Saturdays, 8am-10am, Includes a community garden where people may garden and learn about gardening (this is not a requirement) *Can often provide clothing for emergency situations, such as house fire, flood, or other natural or man-made disaster

Services: Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision

Two Locations

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 345-7535

St James Episcopal Food Pantry/Clothes Closet

*Food pantry and clothes for persons/families in need, 10am-11am on second Thursday of each month *Food is distributed to families in need based on the size of the family and individual special needs of family members *For emergencies, call to get assistance at another time, if available

Services: Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision

1100 W Green St, George Porter Hall

Perry, FL 32347

(850) 584-7636

Stork's Nest, The

*Distribution center where low income pregnant women can get free infant items by participating in prenatal classes *A standard packet/layette consists of disposable diapers, sleeper gowns, booties/socks, baby wipes, receiving blankets, undershirts, onesies, bottles/nipples, outer garment, wash clothes, and towels *Items are given out after completion of prenatal classes *Volunteer group, office not open every day; call, email alphaupsilonzeta@gmail.

Services: Baby Clothing, Childbirth Education, Expectant/New Parent Assistance

2813 S Meridian St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 510-6824

Trinity Church Giveaway

*Giveaway of clothes, shoes, and other items for all ages, 4th Saturday of each month, noon-1pm *Other items vary each month according to donations; examples may be personal toiletries, household items, baby items; however there is no guarantee what might be available each month *Giveaway of a retail gift card in the amount of $25, first come first serve to any senior who is 55 and over and has not received a card within the past 30 days *Must bring a photo ID to be eligible for the gift card *For further information call the church office

Services: General Clothing Provision

484 Dodger Ball Park Rd

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 627-8113

United Methodist Cooperative Ministries

*Food pantry located at main address on Dill St, open during office hours *Thrift shop located at 799 SW Pinckney St, Madison; large blue warehouse near jail *Brown Bag meals for persons 60+ in Madison once a month, 4th F *Services limited to Madison County residents

Services: Brown Bag Food Programs, Food Pantries, Thrift Shops

135 NE Dill St

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 253-2133

Wakulla County Habitat for Humanity and Store

*Builds very modest homes sold at cost (materials, purchased labor, and land), for no profit and no interest with a 20 year mortgage to families that qualify and donate work hours on other homes *Most of the work is done by volunteers *Program does not do repair work on homes *Thrift store accepts household items such as furniture, appliances, doors, sinks and hot water heaters that do not need repairing to be re-sold to help finance home building

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Home Purchase/Construction Financing/Refinancing, Household Goods, Subsidized Home Acquisition, Thrift Shops, Volunteer Opportunities

940 Shadeville Hwy

Crawfordville, FL 32327

(850) 926-4544

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