Frequently Asked Questions
One Heart For Women and Children provides hope, food, and necessary supplies for those in need in Central Florida. We are primarily a food pantry but also do outreach in the community and sell goods in our second-hand store. Unfortunately, we do not provide housing, utilities assistance, substance abuse or mental health counseling, rehabilitation, job placement, or medical attention.
Thank you for wanting to make a difference in the Central Florida Communities! If you’d like to lend a hand, you’ve come to the right place. We have many ways for you to help.
If you’d like to…
- Donate money, go to our Donation Goals page and choose how you’d like your donation to be used.
- Donate your time to lending a hand, go to our Volunteer page.
- Donate non-monetary goods, go to our Give Goods page.
- Donate food or host a food drive, please visit our Food Pantry page.
- Host a fundraiser, please see our Make an Impact Page for inspiration.
- Help us in a different way, please reach out to us.
Donations may be dropped off at One Heart for Women and Children in College Park at 2040 N. Rio Grande Ave, Orlando, FL 32804. We are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am to 4pm and Saturday from 8am to 2pm (closed on Wednesday and Sunday).
YES, we can help you. If we aren’t able to provide you with food or supplies, we can give you the resources to help you find what you need. Please visit our Need Help Page for information on how we can help you. If you are in an emergency, please call 911. If you need shelter, housing, help paying your bills, mental health resources, healthcare or information on substance abuse, please call the United Way at 211# or visit www.211.org. More options for resources are listed on our Other Programs page.
Through our partnership programs, and donated food.
Four days a week, One Heart distributes nutritious food to anyone in need at our home base in College Park, 2040 N. Rio Grande Ave, Orlando, FL 32804. Once a month we host a Mobile Food Drop in a central location in Central Florida. Visit our Events Calendar page for our Mobile Food Drop times and locations.
The United States Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as limited or uncertain access to enough food for all members of a household to live an active, healthy life. Basically, people with food insecurity need to make the choice between eating and paying essential bills.
One Heart provides food to 20,000+ individuals each month.
Monthly operation cost for One Heart for Women and Children is almost $40,000. The money goes toward overhead expenses such as rent, utilities, insurance and purchasing the necessary food to supplement the donations received, in order to be able to feed all who are in need.