The Community Food Club is open to any Kent County household at or below 200% federal poverty.
becoming a member
Interested members may come in to the Community Food Club to apply. Each household must provide identification for each household member and documentation of current income. See the list below to confirm which documents are accepted.
A household pays a fee of $11, $13, or $15 for a 30-day membership. Each household will pay based on a sliding scale, which takes into account household size and income. The Community Food Club can currently only accept cash for payment. Member households can shop up to once per day until all points are used.
ACCEPTED DOCUMENTS FOR INCOME VERIFICATION
Disability/Social Security or Other Benefits Statement
Income Tax Return (Federal and Michigan Return)
Paycheck Stub Unemployment Statement
Bank Account Statement
ACCEPTED FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION (I.D.)
Adults 18 years+: Photo ID with address listed, utility bill or other official piece of mail.
Minors under 18 years: Birth certificate, MiChild card, Social Security card, school letter, legal custody paperwork, etc.
Along with being able to shop at the Food Club, members also gain access to free nutrition and health education classes and special membership events.
The Food Club is wheelchair accessible. All members may list up to three people who can shop on their behalf.