The CSS Food Market in Lincoln provides families and individuals the opportunity to select and shop for food items once per month. Our Food Market is set up in a client choice way which allows volunteers to accompany them as they walk through and select the items that meet their needs. On top of non-perishable foods. we also provide meat, dairy products, and fresh fruit and vegetables as they become available. Nutritional information and recipes are shared in our food market.
Appointments for same-day food market requests are taken on a first-come, first-served basis until all requests are filled.
Calls are taken Monday through Thursday from 8 am until 9 am. To make a request, please call 402.327.6200.
Shopping hours for the CSS Food Market are Monday through Thursday from 1 pm to 3 pm.
Lincoln Breakfast and Lunch Program
The Lincoln Breakfast and Lunch Program began several years ago as an outreach opportunity launched by a group of volunteers. Throughout the week, we provide meals to those who need them, no questions asked. Volunteers serve beverages and sack lunches to the homeless and working poor. Our sandwiches are prepared bi-weekly by the Knights of Columbus and the rest of the food in the lunch sacks are donation-based.
Donations to the program can be dropped off at our O St. office during our normal business hours (see this link for our location and hours). We gladly accept protein and granola bars, fruit cups, and other smaller items that are individually packed. If you are interested in volunteering for this program, please follow this link to learn more.
For information about our food pantry services in Hastings, please call 402.463.2112.
Sack Lunch Program
In collaboration with Open Table, our Hastings outreach office provides sack lunches to anyone in need. The sack lunches are made and distributed by volunteers.
For more information about volunteering in Hastings, please follow this link.
If you need help with food, please call 402.327.6242 on Mondays between 10 am and Noon.
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