We are on the GroW!

HEART - Helping Eastside And Reynoldsburg Thrive, is hiring a

Volunteer Services Coordinator!

If you enjoy working with people and identifying their strengths in service while training and equipping them, let us know!

Click here to review the job description.

Send your resume and cover letter to


Come join the team at HEART as we serve one another and our neighbors.

In-Market Shopping

Shop weekly

No appointment needed

Market Capacity is 10 Shoppers

Face Mask & Picture I.D Required

Enter HEART at 'FOOD BANK' sign

next to GenjiGo, 6541 E. Main St.


You will be directed to an open parking space. Please park between the lines.

Inside the Market

Masks required

One shopper per household

Your temperature is checked

All shoppers check-in with government picture I.D.

New shoppers 

Need government picture I.D.

Proof of address (i.e. gas, electric, medical bill)

Verify Income Eligibility

Market Hours

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

Please follow social distancing & wear a mask 



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.

Sign-Up for a Market Shift

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

2.58 Million Meals provided to families by HEART in 2020

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.