Feeding Pinellas

Feeding Pinellas Empowerment Center

Bringing services and support directly into the heart of Pinellas County. Find all resources, programs, and ways to get involved at our Feeding Pinellas Empowerment Center.

Trinity Cafe at Feeding Pinellas

Woman gathers salads to hand out at Trinity Cafe

Trinity Cafe is our free, full service restaurant for those in need of a healthy meal. Enjoy a 3-course, chef prepared meal with us on site Monday – Friday each week.

Northwest Church, 6330 54th Ave
N, St. Petersburg, FL 33709

Serving Hours:
Monday-Friday, 11:30am-12:30pm

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Onsite Food Pantry

Shoppers at the onsite food pantry at Feeding Pinellas

Our free on-site grocery store where you can shop for essential fresh, frozen, and shelf-stable items. Guests can shop on a first-come-first-served basis.

Operating Hours:
Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays, 1:30 – 4:30 pm

help beyond food

Community Resources

Our Neighbor Services team can help connect you to the services you need most including Benefits Navigation and on-site Community Partners for your convenience

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Nutrition Education

Tips and recipes to eat healthy every day.

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Adult Education

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30am - 1:30pm
Monday - Thursday: 5:30 - 8:30pm

Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:30am - 1:30pm

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Contact Us

Northwest Church, 6330 54th Ave
N, St. Petersburg, FL 33709



Who can visit the Feeding Pinellas Empowerment Center?

Food insecurity can affect anyone: our neighbors, coworkers, the elderly, and classmates. Many people who need our help work hard day in and day out, but were one layoff, tragedy or natural disaster away from needing assistance. We embrace our similarities and differences alike to reinforce the strength of our impact. We honor and serve all of our neighbors compassionately and free of prejudice.

I want to get involved. What can I do?

Whether you want to stock the shelves of our onsite food pantry, distribute meals at our Trinity Cafe, or assist guests in accessing public benefits, when you volunteer, you are making a real impact on your neighbors’ lives. You can feel good knowing that you’ve made a difference when you see how food lifts people’s spirits. To volunteer at our Feeding Pinellas location, please contact the Feeding Pinellas Volunteer Supervisor, Antoine Everett at aeverett@feedingtampabay.org.

How can my organization get involved?

Food starts the conversation. Ongoing assistance provides long-term sustainability. This is why Feeding Pinellas is inviting local agencies to come together to offer additional services to anyone that walks through our doors. We all strive for a hunger-free Pinellas County and we will work together to help those we serve get one step closer to health and capability.

If your organization is interested in running programs, utilizing space, or offering services to our guests, please contact the Feeding Pinellas Community Empowerment Center Manager, Ragan McGillis at rmcgillis@feedingtampabay.org.

I didn't find what I was looking for. Where can I find all Feeding Tampa Bay resources?

To find all services we offer across our 10-county service territory, please visit the Find Food page on our website.

I have a question. Who can I contact?

For all Feeding Pinellas Empowerment Center questions, please send an email to feedingpinellas@feedingtampabay.org or call 813.710.6269.

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