The Anchor House Family Assistance Center and Pantry (Anchor House)

To visit the food pantry, please find us at 250 South Vine Street in Seymour.

For questions about attending the food pantry, or if you would like to make a donation or volunteer, please call us at 812-522-9308 or drop by our office!

Pantry Hours

Monday 10am-3pm
Thursday 12pm-5pm

Pantry Director – Julie Otte
812-271-1253
ahfsc@anchorhouseshelter.org

Participation Requirements

  • If you don’t have an ID, Clients will be considered residents of Indiana by self-declaration (no ID required) the first visit.
  • By the 2nd visit you need to bring an ID, library card, bill or something to show that you are a resident of Jackson County.
  • Clients will be served twice a month beginning February 1, 2018 with no set amount of time between visits.
  • If you are not a resident of Jackson County you will be served ONE time only. You will also be given food pantry information for your respective county.

Income Guidelines:

As we receive USDA Commodities we are required to use their financial guidelines for service. Effective April 1, 2019.

 Household Size  Household Monthly Income  Household Annual Income
 1  $1,872  $22,459
 2  $2,538  $30,451
 3  $3,204  $38,443
 4  $3,870  $46,435
 5  $4,536  $54,427
 6  $5,202  $62,419
7  $5,868  $70,412
8  $6,534  $78,404

For each additional household member add $682 per month.

All families will have 16 points to spend on food items. Meat breakdown is 1 in family = 1 meat, 2+ in family = 2 meats. We have fresh fruit, fresh vegetables and bakery bread as well as a free shelf that most often will contain some hygiene items.

This items are available to you through the gracious gifts of private donors, churches, local businesses, food drives, USDA Commodities, grants, United Way Dollars, Trustee Dollars.

Pantry Hours

Monday 10am-3pm
Thursday 12pm-5pm

Pantry Director – Julie Otte
812-271-1253
ahfsc@anchorhouseshelter.org

To visit the food pantry, please find us at 250 South Vine Street in Seymour.

For questions about attending the food pantry, or if you would like to make a donation or volunteer, please call us at 812-522-9308 or drop by our office!

Participation Requirements

  • If you don’t have an ID, Clients will be considered residents of Indiana by self-declaration (no ID required) the first visit.
  • By the 2nd visit you need to bring an ID, library card, bill or something to show that you are a resident of Jackson County.
  • Clients will be served twice a month beginning February 1, 2018 with no set amount of time between visits.
  • If you are not a resident of Jackson County you will be served ONE time only. You will also be given food pantry information for your respective county.

Income Guidelines:

As we receive USDA Commodities we are required to use their financial guidelines for service. Effective April 1, 2017.

 Household Size  Household Monthly Income  Household Annual Income
 1  $1,860  $22,311
 2  $2,504  $30,044
 3  $3,149  $37,777
 4  $3,793  $45,510
 5  $4,437  $53,243
 6  $5,082  $60,976

 

All families will have 16 points to spend on food items. Meat breakdown is 1 in family = 1 meat, 2+ in family = 2 meats. We have fresh fruit, fresh vegetables and bakery bread as well as a free shelf that most often will contain some hygiene items.

This items are available to you through the gracious gifts of private donors, churches, local businesses, food drives, USDA Commodities, grants, United Way Dollars, Trustee Dollars.