Following the financial crisis of 2008, the economy took a turn for the worse. As a result, hundreds of thousands of people lost their jobs and their means of taking care of their families.

Many of these families have turned to alternative resources to help put food on the table and feed their children. The Kings Local Food Pantry is proud to be one of the many food pantries across the country that can help during difficult economic times.

There are many great services like ours throughout the region and we are more than happy to list some of those community resources for your convenience.

Times are tough, but together we can pull through this period in American history and come out on the other side a much stronger nation.


KINGS LOCAL FOOD PANTRY is a Partner with the Shared Harvest Network serving Warren, Butler, Miami, Preble and Darke counties. For more information on Shared Harvest click here.​


Other community service agencies may be able to help fulfill needs that the Kings Local Food Pantry cannot.  Listed below are some local agencies that may be able to assist with your needs.​

Salvation Army




Bernie’s Place
Provides emergency shelter and meals

Contact:  Tosha Crone, Director​

Phone:     (513) 228-1801


Interfaith Hospitality Network
Provides shelter, meals, hospitality & support for homeless families in

Warren County
Location:  203 E. Warren Street, Lebanon, OH  45036
Contact:   (513) 934-5250




Warren County Community Services, Inc.
​Location: 570 N. St. Rt. 741 Lebanon, OH 45036

Contact:  (513) 695-2100 to learn more

Warren County Community Services, Inc. is a local community action agency and they have numerous programs and services for local residents including Crisis and Emergency Services.

This organization can provide aid to help people deal with emergency situations. The WCCSI staff may provide families with limited financial assistance that can be used to pay for utilities, rent payments and prescription medication.

Counselors and WCCSI staff members will assists families with problem solving, counseling, and referrals to other agencies to help people become self-sufficient.