We serve residents in need in Columbus, Ohio.
NO ZIP CODE RESTRICTIONS! If you are in Columbus and you need food, WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU!
TO QUALIFY FOR SERVICE:
Your current household income must meet current federal guidelines. You can view income qualifications here.
HOW TO GET FOOD:
-Visit NNEMAP Food Pantry (see blue box at bottom of page for business hours)
-Bring photo ID for adult head of household
-To receive non-food items (diapers, baby supplies), please provide names and dates of birth for eligible household members
-To participate in other non-food programs (holiday gifts, etc.), please provide names and dates of birth for all household members
DELIVERY SERVICE AVAILABLE!
NNEMAP offers food delivery services to customers who are unable to safely leave their homes. You may request deliveries twice each month. To request delivery, please click on the link below and complete the delivery request form. After you submit your request, we will contact you within 1-2 business days to schedule your delivery.
Delivery restricted to approximately a 5-mile radius from the pantry. Delivery service area includes the following ZIP Codes in Franklin County:
|NNEMAP Delivery Service ZIP Codes|
FOR OTHER NEEDS:
If you need assistance with other challenges (rent, utilities, healthcare, employment, legal matters), please let us know at the time you register for service. We can refer you to trusted partners who can help!
WE ARE HERE TO SERVE!
NNEMAP Food Pantry is a place where caring community members come together to help their neighbors who are in need of a hand up.For over 50 years, NNEMAP has been a valued resource for families in need. We are pleased to serve you!
Roy has been Executive Director of NNEMAP since 2009. His background includes a 34-year career with Lazarus and Macy’s, with 23 of those years as a General Manager. Roy’s years at Macy’s included being the regional representative to Central Ohio non-profits, an experience that led him to a career change to the non-profit sector. Roy has served on both social service and arts boards in Columbus. He attends King Avenue United Methodist Church.
Sean has significant leadership experience in the fields of social services, education, and publishing. His volunteer management efforts earned a 2011 Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations (OANO) Excellence Award. Sean also earned three awards in 2014 from the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists. He holds a B.S. in English Education and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Management from the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. He is a member of Northwest Christian Church in Upper Arlington.
Anne is retired after 20 years as account manager for Procter & Gamble. She also spent 10 years teaching in public and private schools and as an adjunct instructor at Ashland University. Her volunteer experience includes development and public relations work for the League of Women Voters and Impact Manager for LWV Ohio. Anne is Founder and President of Our Town Executive Relocation Service.
Sam has served in several leadership roles at Northwest Christian Church in Columbus. Currently he is Congregation Moderator. A Lexington, Kentucky native, Sam holds Master’s and Bachelor degrees from the University of Kentucky and Indiana University, respectively. He is the Founder and President of Funding and Risk Innovations, a company engaged in funding of international trade and management of country and credit risk. He serves on a number of boards and advisory committees in the field of international banking and finance. Sam and his wife Mary, also active at NWCC, have two sons.
Ricky joined the Board in 2014 and assisted with the reorganization of NNEMAP’s governance structure. As an attorney at Kravitz, Brown & Dortch, he represents clients in a wide range of civil and criminal litigation matters. Ricky also volunteers at the Columbus Legal Aid Society’s Brief Legal Advice Clinics and Adult Shelter Assistance Project; is an assistant class agent for his alma mater, Carleton College; and provides pro bono counsel to Hogar Irekani, an orphanage in Morelia, Mexico.
Andy retired from Battelle after spending 37 years in various accounting/finance related positions. He graduated from The Ohio State University with degrees in Accounting and a Masters of Business Administration. He became a Certified Public Accountant prior to joining Battelle. Andy is the current Chair of the Legacy Committee of the Linworth United Methodist Church.
Carla is an active member of Northwest Christian Church, having served in several leadership positions including board chair, and is currently chair of the Stewardship Commission. She is a Professional Mental Health Counselor, participating in direct service, social service program management, and most recently, retired from service planning at the ADAMH Board. She holds an MS in Life-span Development and an MEd in Counselor Education, both from Purdue University. In addition, she edits the newsletter for the Columbus chapter of American Mensa and is a member of their Executive Committee.
Amiee joined the board in 2016 afer graduating from The Ohio State University with a degree in Human Nutrition that focused on dietetics. A Columbus business owner since 2000, Amiee has dedicated herself and her business efforts to improving the health and wellness of the local community. Her experience includes business planning, marketing, nutrition education strategies and food safety. Amiee and her husband James, also an OSU Alumni, have a college-age son.
Stacie joined the board in January 2017. She works for The Ohio State University as a member of the Franklin County Extension Team. She is active on several neighborhood committees and enjoys building relationships with community members and organizations. Stacie holds a BS in Human Ecology from The Ohio State University.
Brian has worked for Nationwide Insurance for 25 years, currently serving as Finance Director within the performance management and analysis team. He graduated from Miami University with a major in Accountancy and is a Certified Public Accountant. Brian and his wife Christina have two sons and are members of Cypress Wesleyan Church.
Lesly started volunteering at NNEMAP in 2017 after retirement opened up her schedule. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a BS in
Sociology and Masters in Social Work and Public Administration. She worked 20 years in the mental health system, then switched careers to accounting for another 17 years. She is an active member of Worthington United Methodist Church, where she serves on the Board of Trustees, Outreach Committee and Open Hearts Committee. She is also an active volunteer at the Worthington Resource Pantry.
Aaron joined the board in December 2019. He has worked for Huntington Bank since 2014, currently serving as a Commercial Treasury Advisor for Huntington’s Institutional and Franchise clients. He graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh in 2004 and holds the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation. He and his wife live in Grandview Heights and have two daughters.
Cindy grew up in a mobile military family, enjoying diverse cultural experiences that shaped her empathetic perspective.She has held leadership roles in retail and customer service for over twenty years. Cindy is currently Head of HR at eRetailing, LLC, where she leads the Employee Happiness Committee and the Events Committee. Cindy lives with her family in Bexley, where she enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, and reading.
With the participation of the staff and board members of NNEMAP we were fortunate to work with Phil Martin, a well known artist and muralist, to create this wonderful mural on our 55-foot-long east-facing wall. Over 80 volunteers and neighbors assisted with the painting project, which was completed in October 2015.