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Feeding Pinellas Empowerment Center

In Pinellas County, the number of missing meals is currently 33,689,204. In our march to end hunger across the region by 2025 and recognizing the unique needs of residents right where they live, we are launching our Feeding Pinellas solution.

Our expansion of Feeding Tampa Bay’s FoodPlus programs, alongside Trinity Cafe into Pinellas County will drive us towards our full empowerment center – where neighbors will also receive wrap-around services such as SNAP benefits assistance, nutrition education and job training. The Feeding Pinellas Empowerment Center, a localized solution of Feeding Tampa Bay, will also serve as the heart for our other programs within the County.


At Trinity Cafe Pinellas we serve our guests a hot, nutritious, 3-course meal with dignity and respect Monday through Friday. Volunteers will assist staff in the daily operations of the Cafe, including preparation of meals, hosting and serving our guests, bussing and resetting tables, and maintaining the overall cleanliness of the facility before and after service.

At the on-site food pantry, volunteers assist guests throughout their shopping experience- check in/paperwork, restocking shelves, shopping assistance, line management, more. This pantry is available to the public each Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. 


ALL volunteers MUST wear closed-toe shoes (i.e. boots, sneakers, crocs, etc). Volunteers wearing open-toed shoes (i.e. sandals, flip flops) will not be allowed to volunteer. Recommended attire includes shirts with sleeves (no tank-tops), and pants, dresses, or shorts of appropriate length.


Feeding Pinellas Empowerment Center, 6330 54th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33709

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