With the heat upon us, our hours of food distribution have changed.
NEW Hours for Food Distribution begin Monday, June 29th until further notice:
Monday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 12:00 noon
If you (or someone you know) have been impacted by COVID-19 and are in need of food assistance, please contact us @ 972-293-2822 or come by 403 Houston St., Cedar Hill, during distribution hours listed above to receive food. Clients (residents living within Cedar Hill or the Cedar Hill ISD boundaries) receive food every other week.
IF YOU NEED FOOD OR KNOW SOMEONE THAT DOES, PLEASE CALL US @ 972-293-2883.
UPDATE - DAYS/TIMES FOR FOOD DISTRIBUTION:
Call 972-293-2822 Monday's or Wednesday's from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. for food assistance and/or TXU Energy Aid. All new applicants and energy aid assistance is being done by phone and email.
Take Care. Stay Safe. StayCedarHillStrong! We will get through this....TOGETHER!
Cedar Hill Shares is closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19, Coronavirus, situation and is following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas County Health and Human Services. Normal operations will continue but additional precautionary hygiene measures and contingencies are in place to maintain the health and wellness of our volunteers, as well as those who receive our food.
We will continue to work diligently to provide nutritious meals for our hungry neighbors during this crucial time.
At this time:
* Self selection has been suspended
* Food units will be given out
* Clients may come every other week for food
* Additional food for those with children at home from school an additional week will be provided as available
We are fully committed to our mission to serve our neighbors in need. If you’d like to join us in helping the food insecure, you can do so by donating food items or by making a monetary donation. Donations may be made through our website @ www.cedarhillshares.org or our Facebook page @ Cedar Hill Shares Food Pantry.
To those we serve, we certainly hope we will be back to our normal operations and procedures in the very near future. We ask for your understanding during this unusual time.