Gleaners Food Truck Pantry Details for April 15
For Shelby County Seniors Only, 55 years and older. Please read these instructions carefully and follow them or you may not receive service that day.
July 28 (the 4th Tuesday of each month)
Starting at 1 p.m. in the parking lot of former Marsh Store on East State Road 44, Shelbyville. Gleaners resevres the right to cancel if weather conditions are not suitable, such as lightening, heavy rain or extreme heat. WSVX radio will carry the announcement as soon as the decision is made.
Please read these instructions carefully and follow them.
- Parking lot opens at 11 a.m. Enter from State Road 44/421 or from Amos Road. The area around the truck location will be roped off.
- All who wish to get in line will need a numbered clothespin from the registration table. This should be clipped to the collar of the participant. Gleaners allows one person per household to receive food from the truck.
- Please bring your picture I.D. There are no financial requirements for this pantry but only Shelby County residents will be served.
- For safety, all children must remain with the car with a supervising adult.
- Client may have one person accompany them to the truck to help carry food (MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER) CLIENT MAY BRING A GROCERY CART OR WAGON T HELP CARRY FOOD. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, WE SUGGEST THAT YOU ALSO BRING ANY BOXES OR BAGS YOU THINK YOU WILL NEED.
- We offer the opportunity to drive-up and load food in the designated area, please drive slowly to insure the safety of clients and volunteers.
- No restrooms available.
If you would like to volunteer to help at the monthly food truck please contact Betsy Stephen at 398-0127
Shelbyville Meals for Seniors
Meet Some Friends At Lunch!
Date & Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 a.m.
Registration OR Cancelation: Must be made by 11a.m. ONE DAY IN ADVANCE of the meal, 317-398-0127.
Persons under the age of 60 are more than welcome to accompany a senior to the lunch program. The cost of the meal for a person younger than 60 years of age is $6. Reservations are required.
Date & Time: Friday at XXXXa.m.
Cost: $3.50 per meal
Registration OR Cancelation: Must be made by XXXXa.m. XXX DAY IN ADVANCE of the meal, 317-398-0127 or stop by the front desk.
Meals will be prepared by Major Hospital and delivered to Shelbyville Center. Special diet meals will be available if requested in advance. Menu can be found at the Shelbyville Horizon Center. No one will be turned away if reservation has been made.
Meals on Wheels in Fairland/Boggstown areas is off and rolling!
We need volunteers from the Fairland area who are interested in delivering hot meals to their home‐bound neighbors! Meals will be picked up in Fairland and delivered for noon meals. We will work out schedules when we know how many volunteers we have available! You will be trained; call 317-398-0127 to get an application.
- Available on a permanent basis or due to a temporary illness or recovery — any age
- Doctor order is required — if you need help getting that order, we can assist
- Special diets are available as ordered by your doctor
- Noon meal provided and can also request a second meal for evening
- Self pay program — if assistance is needed, can be provided upon request
- Meals provided by Major Hospital
This is a new service available to this area – collaboration of Meals on Wheels, SCUFFY, Shelby Senior Services, and Major Health Partners. We need your help identifying those who need meals and help delivering the meals!
Other Meal Vouchers
CICOA also offers a voucher program that enables individuals age 60 and over to have more options and increased flexibility in their dining choices. For a suggested contribution of $3.00 each, seniors can receive up to eight vouchers per month that may be redeemed at hospital cafeterias for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Participating Hospital Cafeterias:
- Community Hospital East
- Community North Hospital
- Hancock Regional Hospital
- Hendricks Regional Health
- IU Health Morgan Hospital
- Major Hospital
- Witham Hospital
Voucher Distribution Sites:
Community Hospital East: Vouchers will be available on the first Wednesday of each month, 10 a.m.to noon at the Touchpoint program office at Community Hospital East.
Community North Hospital: Vouchers are available on the first Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon
Greenfield Senior Center: Seniors may purchase vouchers on the first and second Wednesday of each month at the Patricia Elmore Senior Center, 280 Apple Street in Greenfield. The vouchers are then redeemed during normal cafeteria hours at Hancock Regional Hospital, where special menus have been designated for the program.
Hendricks County Senior Services: 1201 Sycamore Lane, in Danville, Seniors are informed as soon as the site receives vouchers. No set days/times while supplies last. Vouchers may be redeemed at Hendricks Regional Health during normal cafeteria hours.
IU Health Morgan Hospital: Vouchers will be available at the hospital information desk on the first of each month, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. while supplies last
Horizon Center-Shelby Senior Center: Vouchers are available each month from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Horizon Center while supplies last and may be redeemed at Major Hospital Monday through Friday during normal cafeteria hours.
Boone County Senior Services: Vouchers are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. while supplies last
Heritage Place: Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. while supplies last.
- At least 60 years of age; or
- The spouse of someone at least 60 years of age; or
- Under the age of 60 with a disability and receiving services through CHOICE, SSBG, or Medicaid Waiver.
CICOA offers a regular diet only, as well as a nutritional analysis of all menus to empower health-conscious consumers watching calories, fat, carbohydrates, sodium, fiber or calcium. For more information or to arrange delivery, contact 317-254-3660.
Meals & More is a service of CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions. As the state’s largest Area Agency on Aging, CICOA’s mission is to empower older adults, those of any age with a disability and family family caregivers to achieve the greatest possible indepence, dignity and quality of life. We do this by connecting our clients with community-based resources and services to help them remain comfortably and safely at home and out of institutional care. Through a network of agencies, service groups and volunteers, CICOA provides home care services, home-delivered and neighborhood meals, transportation, home health care, long-term care options counseling, home modifications, repite care and caregiver assistance.
To participate in congregate meals, you may complete the in-take form with the meal site manager at any neighborhood meal site.
Farmer's Market Voucher Program
Participants must be 60 years old or over or be a qualified disabled person. A qualified disabled person is enrolled in an AAA program, under 60 years old but over 21 years, living in housing for the elderly and participating in congregate nutrition services.
Income guidelines are based on 185% of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines according to SFMNP (Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program) 2014 Income Guidelines:
Household Gross Monthly Income
Each additional member + $626
Participating Farmers Markets
Sheridan Farmers Market – SR 38 & SR 47, 610 E 10th St, Sheridan; Biddle Memorial Park
Fishers Farmers Market – 5 Municipal Drive, Fishers; behind Town Hall
Noblesville Farmers Market – Corner SR 32 & SR 19, Noblesville; in Riverview overflow lot
Farmers Market at the Fairgrounds – 602 N Apple St, Greenfield
Fortville Farmers Market – 701 S Maple St, Fortville
Tuttle Orchards – 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield
Avon/Washington Township – 8082 US 36, Avon
Brownsburg Farmers Market – 61 N Green St, Brownsburg
Danville Farmers Market – 10 S Jefferson St, Danville
Nysewander Farms – 105 N East St, Plainfield
Pittsboro Farmers Market – 52 E Main St, Pittsboro; Scamahorn Park
Plainfield Chamber Farmers Market – SR 267N & US 40, 105 S East St, Plainfield
Franklin Farmers Market – 78 S Jackson St, Franklin
Indy Family Produce – 110 Bluffdale Drive, Greenwood
Old Town Greenwood Farmers Market – 525 N Madison Ave, Greenwood; Greenwood United Methodist Church
S&E Produce and Flowers – 320 Griffith Rd, Greenwood
Whiteland Orchard – 5559 N Graham Rd, Whiteland
Binford Farmers Market – 6600 E 75th St, Indianapolis; Medtech College
Broad Ripple Farmers Market – 1115 Broad Ripple Ave, Indianapolis
Crooked Creek Farmers Market – 7929 N Michigan Rd, Indianapolis
Cumberland Farmers Market – 11501 E Washington St, Cumberland
Irvington Farmers Market – 5301 E St Clair St, Indianapolis; Ellenberger Park
Noble’s Farm Stand – 7701 E 21st St, Indianapolis
Original Farmers Market at Indianapolis City Market – 222 East Market St, Indianapolis
Waterman’s Family Farm – 7010 E Raymond St, Indianapolis
Allen & Richardson – 749 Morton Ave, Martinsville
Dry Dean Produce – 7146 N Baltimore Rd, Monrovia
Morgan County Farmers Market Moorseville – Corner of Main & Indiana Streets, Moorseville
Morgan County Farmers Market Martinsville – Corner of Main & Morgan Streets, Martinsville; NW side of courthouse square
Shelby County Farmers Market – Shelbyville Public Square, Shelbyville; east side
Elders at the Table Initiative
The Elders at the Table (EAT) Coalition received a $150,000 grant from the Central Indiana Senior Fund, a CICF Fund, for its Alleviating Senior Hunger initiative. The grant will help EAT implement comprehensive and integrated strategies to increase low-income seniors’ knowledge of and access to nutritious food sources. This initiative will be administered through CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions, Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana and other EAT coalition members.
To learn more about EAT and the coalition partners who are committing their time and energies to ending senior hunger, visit www.eatcoalition.org.
Meal Sites by County
Neighborhood Meal Sites
Hot, nutritious meals are served Monday through Friday at various neighborhood meal sites. Lunch service times vary for each site. Reservations are required, so please contact the phone number on the neighborhood meal sites listing to make a reservation.
For information and meal reservations please call the number listed by the site.
Additional Shelby County Food Pantries:
HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
825 Elm St.
Shelbyville, IN 46176
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Tuesday & Thursday
Two times per month
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
218 E. South Street
Shelbyville, IN 46176
These times ONLY
2nd & 4th Tuesday
10:00 AM to 2:30 PM
One visit per month
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
12 W Broadway
Shelbyville, IN 46176
2nd & 4th Sunday of each month
Must attend 9 AM worship service, food given out afterward
136 E. Washington Street
Shelbyville, IN 46176
Lunch: 10 AM to 12 NOON
Pantry: Mon., Wed., Fri. 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
LITTLE BLUE RIVER FRIENDS
122 S. 1000 W.
Morristown, IN 46161
These times ONLY – 1st Saturday, 10 AM to NOON and 3rd Wednesday, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
54 West Broadway, Suite 1
Shelbyville, IN 46176