Wynnton Neighborhood Network
The Wynnton Neighborhood Network, founded in 1982, is an Interfaith Service to fellow man. It is a Food Bank Organization that includes several churches and synagogues in the Wynnton area and interested individuals and volunteers. Wynnton Neighborhood Network provides emergency help to those in need and is located in the rear part of St. Thomas Episcopal Church at 2100 Hilton Avenue. All of the help for the network is provided by generous contributions and dedicated service by concerned individuals and volunteers. In addition to food distribution, Wynnton Neighborhood Network assists needy persons in the paying of their utility expenses. It is the only Food Bank in Columbus that is open five days per week.
Please bring your food bags to Shearith Israel or please consider a cash gift to meet the needs of WNN. Please support the Wynnton Neighborhood Network with your food donations. Bring donations to services or bring to the Synagogue, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am —1:00 pm.
Macaroni & Cheese, Spaghetti Sauce, Spaghetti Noodles, Canned Tomatoes, Canned Meats, Canned Vegetables, Powdered Laundry Detergent, Bar Soap, Toilet Tissue, Paper Grocery Bags, NO Rice
Please check expiration dates on donated items as WNN is unable to accept expired items.
Cash donations are also appreciated!
DISTRIBUTED OVER 200,000 POUNDS OF FOOD PER YEAR TO:
ASSISTED WITH THEIR UTILITY PAYMENTS