1391 Greenfield Ave, Noblesville, IN 46060

St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry

Serving Hamilton Co.
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Feeding Those In Need

How to Get Help 

Our food pantry serves all qualified Hamilton County residents in need of food assistance. Residents needing assistance other than food (emergency financial help, clothing, furniture, appliances, etc) are referred to us by their Township Trustee. Clients need to have a picture ID and mail that shows current address.

Assistance available for all Hamilton County townships: Adams, Clay, Delaware, Fall Creek, Jackson, Noblesville, Washington, Wayne and White River.

Where We Are

Location & Hours

Visit Us At:

1391 Greenfield Ave.
Noblesville, IN 46060
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Food Pantry Hours:

Our food pantry clients will be served during this period with a "drive through bagged food" by showing their St Vincent de Paul card and ID.

We are accepting monetary donations to support our food pantry.
Wed10am-1:45pm
6:30pm-7:45pm
Sat9am-11:45am
How it works

About the Experience

The food pantry supplies perishable and non-perishable foods including canned and frozen meats, veggies and fruits, fresh eggs, boxed and bagged cereals and rice, canned soups and sauces, toilet paper, diapers, baby food, toiletries and some cleaning supplies.  Families add these items to their cart with nutritional guidance from a volunteer.

Expanding our reach

Corporate Partnerships

Is your business looking to positively impact our local community? We have partnered with small businesses and nationwide enterprises so we’re sure we can find a way to support your corporate responsibility initiatives. Contact us and learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I donate?

We accept household items, clothing, furniture, food, dry goods, cleaning supplies, toiletries and more.

To schedule pickup of large items, call 317-773-7608 during business hours.

How can I volunteer to help?

We have many opportunities to help and we are always looking for volunteers.

Volunteer service opportunities:

  • Food Pantry - stocking, organizing, assistance shop and carryout
  • Assistance Desk – directing family aid, sales desk, customer checkout, recording sales
  • Donations – sorting and putting out donated items, organizing product display areas
  • Housekeeping - general housekeeping and maintenance
  • Heavy Assistance – furniture and appliance pickup

To volunteer, please complete our volunteer form.

How can I get assistance?

To receive assistance, Clients are referred for assistance by township Trustees, other charitable organizations, and Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton county.

Who are the Township Trustees?
  1. Adams
    • John Patrick
      201 S. Main St., Sheridan, IN 46069
      (317) 758-1029
  2. Clay
    • Douglas Callahan
      10701 N. College Ave, Indianapolis, In 46280
      (317) 846-2773
  3. Delaware
    • Debbie Driskell
      9090 East 131st St, Fishers, In 46038
      (317) 842-8595
  4. Fall Creek
    • Jeff Hearn
      11595 Brook School Road, Fishers, IN 46038
      (317) 841-3180
  5. Jackson
    • Mike McCullough/Christine Miller
      506 West Main St, PO Box 456, Arcadia, IN
      (317) 984-3826
  6. Noblesville
    • Billie Caldwell
      836 Division Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
      (317) 773-0249
  7. Washington
    • David D Gill
      1549 E. Greyhound Pass, Carmel, IN 46032
      (317) 547-9490
  8. Wayne
    • Diane Crim
      19428 Prairie Baptist Road, Noblesville, IN 46060
      (765) 534-4062
  9. White River
    • Jamie Rulon
      12695 256th St., Cicero, In 46034
      (317) 984-9370
Where are the nine Townships?

The nine Townships are below:

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