Street Chronicle Stats--Hunger

Top 5 suburbs receiving Food Pantry referrals

Top 5 unmet needs in food pantries in Cleveland

1. East Cleveland

1. East Cleveland 44112

2. Euclid

2. Slavic Village-44105

3. Cleveland Hts.

3. Detroit Shoreway/Cudell 44102

4. Lakewood

4.Glenville neighborhood 44103

5. Maple Hts.

5. Mt. Pleasant/Shaker Hts 44120

**From First Call For Help/211 October 2012

 

Top neighborhoods with highest percentage of people eligible for food stamps

Top neighborhoods with largest number of people served by the local pantries.

1. Kinsman

89%

1. Old Brooklyn

5,772

2. Central

88%

2. Glenville

5,222

3. Stockyards

79%

3. East Cleveland

5,202

4. North Broadway

76%

4. Jefferson

5,070

5. Woodland Hills

72%

5. Detroit Shoreway

4,340

Statistics from the Greater Cleveland Food Bank study September 2012

 

Number of  Hot Meal and Pantry Programs Ranked by total combined number of food programs

1. Glenville

19

6. Fairfax

11

2. East Cleveland

15

8. South Collinwood

9

2. Hough

15

8. Kinsman

9

2. Lakewood

15

10. Ohio City

8

5. Central

13

10. Mt. Pleasant

8

6. Detroit Shoreway

11

10. Jefferson

8

Statistics from the Greater Cleveland Food Bank study September 2012