In-Person Shopping Resumes
Our Market Capacity is 10 Shoppers
Thanks for Your Patience
Bring your Face Mask & Picture I.D
Enter HEART at
'FOOD BANK' sign
west of GenjiGo, 6541 E. Main St.
Please wait in your car until a space opens.
You will be directed to an open parking space.
Remember to park between the lines.
After you park, have your picture ID ready for check-in.
Inside the Market
One shopper per household
Your temperature is checked
Existing customers check-in with picture I.D.
New customers bring picture I.D. & address verification can sign up for membership
You choose your groceries, limits apply
Unload groceries into your car
Once your car is loaded & you leave,
another hungry neighbor can shop.
Tue & Thu 2 pm - 7 pm
Wed & Fri 10 am - 2 pm
Please arrive no earlier than 30 minutes before opening.
Due to high demand, entrance may close early
No appointment needed
Please follow social distancing and
wear a mask to flatten the curve.
Volunteers are the Heart of HEART
HEART is looking for dedicated volunteers
to staff the market during open hours
or work behind the scene to
nourish our neighbors to flourish.
Ours is not the task of fixing the entire world all at once, but of stretching out to mend the part of the world that is within our reach.
-Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Nourishing Neighbors to Flourish
64 million meals are missed in Franklin County.
(Mid-Ohio Foodbank Missing Meal Index)
Food insecure adults are at a 49% increased risk of diabetes.
(Center for Disease Control)
80% of neighbors with food insecurity say that COST is the biggest barrier to accessing fresh food.
(Mid-Ohio Foodbank survey)
Healthy Food Matters
Healthy nutritious foods can lead to improved health outcomes & mitigated healthcare costs
Doctors prescribe fresh produce instead of pills to fight diabetes.
(Columbus Dispatch: Logan County Medical Practice’s preferred prescription is produce, not pills)
HEART is part of Mid-Ohio Farmacy, welcoming neighbors in Franklin County with a doctor’s prescription to shop for fresh produce once a week.
HEART serves hungry, food insecure neighbors.