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Food Bank for the Heartland operates its own programs that serve vulnerable populations directly.  Those programs include Kids Cafe, BackPack, Mobile Pantry, SNAP and Kids Cruisin' Kitchen.  As the number of hungry children, families and seniors increases, these programs expand to meet the growing need. Food Assistance Application Hotline:  855-944-3663  Call this hotline to make your food stamps application over the phone.  Food Bank of the Heartland will submit your application electronically to the Iowa Department of Human Services.  (DHS) If DHS requires a phone interview, that appointment will be made by The Food Bank during your call.  If DHS needs additional documentation, The Food Bank will help you submit that information via email.

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10525 J St.
Omaha, NE 68117
402-331-1213 x125

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