If you’re in need of food, stop in and see us during any of our regular distribution times. We want to help everyone who finds themselves in need, no matter the reason. During our regular distributions, you’ll have access to canned goods, pasta, rice, beans, breads, dairy, meat, and produce.
Come during our distribution hours with your photo ID and a bill with your name on it. If you don’t have a utility bill or need more information, please contact us.
Hours Of Operation
Please note that the times listed indicate when our doors will open and close each day. If you choose to show up before we are scheduled to open, please be aware that we will not be able to unlock the door until the listed times. If you are worried about wait times, note that our afternoon hours are consistently less busy than the morning hours.
NOTE: We will be closed Nov 26-27, Dec 21-25
801 Hailey Street SW
Ardmore, OK 73401
Volunteers are the lifeblood of FRCSCO. Volunteers allow us to direct our resources where they are needed most – to our hungry neighbors in South-Central Oklahoma.
Are you looking for community service opportunities to meet court-ordered or school project requirements? We can help with that at FRCSCO! Volunteer during our normal distribution times and we will be glad to help you fulfill your community service obligation.
Volunteer tasks may include:
Guest Support - assist a guest on a one on one basis to ensure a first class experience.
Sorting/Stocking - primary job duties include: stocking shelves, sorting produce and assisting FRCSCO by ensuring the back room is clean and organized.
Organizing freezer space, cleaning the distribution room, intake and more.
If you have a special talent that you think may be beneficial to FRCSCO we want to hear from you!
Bring a Group to FRCSCO - We can accommodate groups up to 20 people, 1 adult sponsor for every 6 youth.
Volunteers without adult supervision must be at least 16 years of age.
All volunteers are required to sign a volunteer release form.
Apply To Volunteer
Interested in volunteering or have questions? Please click below to contact us.
FRCSCO is a nonprofit, formed out of a community collaboration in affiliation with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. We fight hunger in Carter, Johnston, Murray and Love Counties. FRCSCO will provide over a 1.5 million pounds of food this year to thousands of Oklahomans struggling with hunger in South Central Oklahoma.
The Food and Resource Center provides groceries to an estimated 1,500 families every month.
On average, a family takes home 90 pounds of food per visit, which is equivalent to 75 meals.
FRCSCO is designed to be one of the most efficient systems in the country for food distribution and community collaboration in the fight against hunger.
The Food and Resource Center offers greater access to food with extended days and hours of operation and guest choice shopping to improve overall guest experience, providing guests the opportunity to choose foods they want and need in a setting similar to a supermarket. We also provide additional services/resources and referrals to improve family stability including: increased access to nutrition education, connecting guests to other services available in the community, and partnering with other agencies and nonprofit organizations that provide strategic resources like dental, vision, employment, housing, case management and more.
How does the FRCSCO impact our community?
Better utilization of community resources
Provides the opportunity for long term sustainability
Efficient food distribution in a guest-friendly atmosphere; distribution can be done in a professional and efficient way
Potential reduction of duplicate services
Greater understanding of hunger issues
Greater community partnership and collaboration
Volunteer opportunity and donor engagement
We can't do what we do without you! Please consider how you can be involved with the Food and Resource Center.