The Food Pantry Network of Licking County is a cooperative that was established by a group of volunteers recognizing a need to coordinate the acquisition and distribution of emergency food supplies within Licking County.
1981: The Food Pantry Network of Licking County is formed by a group of volunteers who see a need to provide food assistance in Licking County.
1987: The Food Pantry Network of Licking County is chartered as a private 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization.
2014: Outgrowing our warehouse, FPN of Licking County relocates to Brice Avenue, increasing its storage capacity from a 15-day supply of food to a 45-day supply.
2018: The Food Pantry Network of Licking County establishes an endowment fund to ensure the organization has ongoing support for future food distribution.
2020: Impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, FPN of Licking County implemented the emergency response plan and distributed 5.3 million pounds of food, a record-breaking milestone of food assistance in our county that served more than 50,000 households.
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