The Madison Food Center

Feeding Madison's Hungry Families

when to visit us

today Tuesdays | access_time1PM - 3PM, 5PM - 7PM
today Fridays | access_time10AM - Noon

Our News & Events

Social Media

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Thank you to the employees from the Perry Power Plant for a very generous cash donation as well as these food items! The monetary donati...
today April 18, 2018 link View
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Director Dee Culbertson and Miss Melanie from Madison Public Library display some of the items gathered during “Food for Fines” at our li...
today April 18, 2018 link View
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Do you owe a fine for overdue items at the library? Now is a great time to “pay” them and help the Madison Food Center as well!
today April 12, 2018 link View
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Madison food center is again collaborating with Mrs. Clark’s Food Classes from Madison High School. The students are challenged to creat...
today April 6, 2018 link View
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We have a special presentation at Madison Food Center on Friday, April 13th during our open hours, 10:00-noon. Shelley Baeslack from the ...
today April 6, 2018 link View

MFC Connections

favorite Healthy and Easy

Kathy Schuler from Ohio State University Extension offers ideas on "healthy and easy" meals and snacks.

today April 24, 2018   access_time 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
favorite Aspire/GED Program

Diane Marjenin from Auburn Career Center presents information on the Aspire/GED program. Learn how you can earn your GED today.

today April 27, 2018   access_time 10 a.m. - noon

How You Can Help

Our biggest need is for financial donations.

$25
Supplies 1 Family of 4 with 15 meals.
$60
Feeds 10 people for 5 days.
$100
Provides 5 days of food for 4 families of 4.
Or Give A Custom Amount

We also accept food donations

Many community organizations love to have food drives to help! Adding a request for your members to bring a non-perishable item to a club event is a great way to be involved. Please remember that all items will need to be checked for expiration dates.

Madison Food Center is recognized as a non-profit organization 501(c)3 by the Internal Revenue Service. Your donation may be tax-deductible.