HEART serves hungry neighbors with
and live in HEART's Service Area.
If you have been affected by recent layoffs and downsizing, HEART is here for you.
If you fall outside of HEART's eligibility guidelines,
call 211 or visit the Resources page.
New Market Procedure
Drive-Up Service Only
No appointment Needed
Entrance to & Exit from 6475 E. Main Street has Changed
THERE IS NO LEFT-HAND TURN ENTERING OR EXITING 6475 E. MAIN ST!
Enter former CASH MAX entrance from eastbound E. Main Street (right-hand lane.)
Please stay in line.
You will be directed to the sign-in area, then to receive your groceries.
Exit, Turn Right (eastbound E. Main Street) only.
There will be officers there to assist you, if needed.
Arrive no earlier than 30 minutes before opening.
We will pre-package produce, shelf stable items, baked goods, and meat.
There is the same amount provided as before.
We are unable to fill special requests at this time.
Curbside delivery to your car
A HEART Volunteer will deliver groceries and load them into your car
Exit by Turning Right on E. Main St.
We ask that you follow social distancing and
wear a mask to flatten the curve
while at Mid-Ohio Market at HEART.
NEW Market Hours
Tuesday & Thursday 2 pm - 7 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 3 pm
Friday 10 am - 1 pm
Closed Saturday, Sunday & Monday
Families can shop once a week during open hours.
What documents do I need to bring to the pantry?
First Time Visit: Sign-up for a membership
Bring your picture ID and one proof of residency to the front desk.
Proof of residency includes your name and current address, dated within the last 90 days. This could be a current utility bill, lease agreement, medical bill, or government document. You will be asked to verify that your household income is less than 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Level.
If you’ve been to the HEART before, you just need your picture ID and your Mid-Ohio membership tag. If you haven't received your membership tag, you will be provided one.
2020 Household Income Limits
HEART serves hungry neighbors with income below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level and live in HEART's Service Area.
HEART Service Boundaries
Neighbors living within the service area boundaries with income at or less than 200% of the poverty level are eligible to shop for free food at HEART.
Service Area Boundaries
If you live in the
43068 zip code
within the area:
West: Hamilton Road
South: I - 70
North: Havens Corner Road
East: Taylor Road