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Fresh Mobile Markets

About the Fresh Mobile Market Program:

Fresh Mobile Markets are free mobile food pantries that distribute fresh produce, bread, meat, and shelf-stable items to qualifying families on a monthly basis throughout 20 locations in the Piedmont Triad. Families can expect to leave a Fresh Mobile Market with at least 65 pounds of food. We currently serve over 3,000 families every month.

Click below to see our most up-to-date FMM Schedule.

Families seeking to receive from Fresh Mobile Markets:

Our Fresh Mobile Markets are specifically for families with children 0-18 years of age. Participating families must qualify by income and are eligible to receive food from a Fresh Mobile Market once a month. In order to receive food, families must first complete a form provided by an Out of the Garden Project representative at the Fresh Mobile Market location or through our QR code provided. Please refer to the schedule provided above for a location and time near you.


Get involved with the Fresh Mobile Market Program:

For Volunteers:

To volunteer with Fresh Mobile Markets, please visit our Volunteer page and select a date, time, and location that works for you. If you have any questions about volunteering, please contact


For Sponsors:

In order to ensure the success of our Fresh Mobile Markets, many are sponsored by the community. For further information about how your company, civic organization, or faith community can sponsor a Fresh Mobile Market financially or with volunteers, please contact Don Milholin at

Fresh Mobile Market Sponsors


Benchmark Winston Salem
Beth David Synagogue
Foundation for a Healthy High Point
Calvary Church
College Park Baptist Church
Kings Cross Church
Grace Baptist Church
Hope Chapel
Lincoln Financial Group
Oak Ridge Presbyterian Church
Piedmont Natural Gas
St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church
Starmount Presbyterian
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Westminster Presbyterian

First Street United Methodist Church

Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte



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