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Food Pantry and Crisis Center



Clients will sign in at the door and be given a number.  They will then wait in their cars. Employees and volunteers will prepare boxes of food, bring them to the door, and call the client's number for pick-up.  ICM will be following this procedure until further notice.


Many are asking how they can help.  Although, we normally need volunteers, we are limiting the number of people in our building at this time. After this crisis is over, we will be able to use any volunteer hours you could spare.

What we could use is:

MONEY - ICM will turn your donation into food for our clients. We can purchase food for 19 cents a pound through Second Harvest Food Bank of NC, so every dollar you donate will put 5 pounds of food into distribution for your Iredell neighbors who are struggling with food insecurity.  All monetary donations are tax exempt.  Donations can be mailed to PO Box 86, Statesville, NC  28687 or using the donate button above.

FOOD - Any boxed, canned, bagged food or hygiene items can be delivered to our door. It will be greatly appreciated and distributed quickly.

PRAYER - We, at ICM, believe in the power of prayer.  Please pray for our pantry, staff, volunteers, and clients.  Please pray for our country and world leaders to recognize and appreciate the value of all individuals as children of God.  Please pray for each other.  

We’re all in this together, and together we’ll become a stronger, more unified nation.

Stay safe and well out there!

Iredell Christian Ministries is a partner agency with United Way of Iredell County
 It is our sincere desire to serve those in our community who need our help.  With your willingness to come along side us in this effort, we will be able to fulfill the Vision that God gave us for ICM and to successfully complete our goals.  We thank you for visiting and hope you will come back often.
The services offered by Iredell Christian Ministries to deserving members of our community, whether they are disabled, seniors, out of work or for whatever the reason include:
FOOD PANTRY: 25,000 to 27,000 lbs. of food a month is provided to those in need in the Iredell Community.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: In the form of assistance with utility payments, rent and prescriptions.  ICM often partners with other local agencies to assist with financial need.

REFERRALS: We also cooperate with other community agencies, churches and services to assist our clients when needed.

COUNSELING: Volunteers spend the time to listen and understand the situation our clients find themselves in.  They offer their experience to help them in their situation.  Hope and encouragement is given in a joyful and friendly atmosphere at Iredell Christian Ministries.

   * Mon - Wed  ....  9:30am to 12:00noon
   * Thursday    ....  1:00pm to 3:30pm
     Clients must register 30 minutes before closing to be able to shop in the pantry.  Those who arrive less than 30 minutes before closing will receive a box of food that was prepared in advance.

This schedule is for food donated to ICM.
   * Mon - Wed  ....  8:00am to 2:00pm
    * Thursday    ....  8:00am to 4:00pm
    * Friday          ....  8:00am to 12:00noon
   NOTE:  If no one comes to door, ring doorbell
                  Non-perishable food can also be left
                  in the blue tubs next to the gate.

Free Food Fridays.  9:00 AM until 10:30 AM.
Food that we still have on Friday that we feel will not last until Monday is available to anyone that wishes to shop.  These items are still good but need to be used over the weekend.
Have you seen the faces of  hunger?  Of course you have.  These are the people we are trying our best to help.

To continue doing so however, we need your help with:  FOOD, MONEY and VOLUNTEERS

   * FOOD can be delivered to ICM Mon-Fri during the hours listed.  

   * VOLUNTEERS are needed  Mon-Thurs for a day, every day or a few hours.  Give us a call or come by and let us give you the details.

   * MONEY can be donated by mail, in person or electronically by clicking on the PayPal tab at the top of this page.  Money goes a long way as we can purchase food from the Second Harvest Food Bank in Winston-Salem for only $ .19/lb.

As a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation all donations are TAX DEDUCTIBLE