Food Distribution- We provide a variety of healthy food items for wholesome meals, including canned and packaged foods, as well as bakery items, fresh produce, refrigerated products, frozen foods and household grocery items 

Housewarming Program -The Food Bank invited women moving out of homeless shelters into their own households to come to Our Food Pantry with their case worker to shop for groceries. The Housewarming shoppers would also receive bags of household necessities such as paper goods, cleaning supplies and laundry items. 

Backpack Programs- program provides chronically hungry children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food at times when other resources are not available, such as weekends and school vacations. The concept is simple: children at risk of weekend hunger receive a bag of food that is child-friendly, nutritious, nonperishable and easy to eat. BackPacks are distributed every Friday and on the last day before a holiday. Each BackPack provides enough food that a child can easily assemble into six healthy meals. This helps ensure that children will have food over the weekend and return to school on Monday ready to learn. 

Senior Day- Programs provide food for our elderly who are in need of food With Delivering a nutritious meal.  Deliveries can be part of the comprehensive approach to serving our region’s seniors.  Senior Who Is Eligible will be placed on the list and food will be delivered on the 2nd Wednesday monthly. 

Angel Of IB Program- to provide a Christmas for a child whose family is in need. All families that sign up will also receive a Christmas basket for the holiday meal. 

Recover It All Program-faith-based recovery information, services and counseling…an individual story may be filled with the abandonment, loneliness, and shame that come from Past hurt. For many, it may also include following their parents down the same destructive road. Anyone coming to the food pantry can also receive one-on-one mentoring and counseling. The strategy to help people is the Word of God and working together to be part of the recovery process. Unhealthy behaviors and decisions hurts individuals, families and communities. The Mission is to reach those lost and hurting, restore relationships and help enhance individuals’ roles in a family.

Infinite Beginnings was founded in 2012 to help address the growing needs of people seeking emergency food assistance in Jacksonville Florida. Over the years, Infinite Beginnings has experienced dramatic growth in the areas of food distribution, operations, programs and research to better serve our network of community food programs — and ultimately the people in Jacksonville Florida who rely on the food we provide. We are focused on outcomes.

Hunger must continually be addressed and IB Food Pantry has created a one of a kind red carpet experience for individuals who are affected by hunger and those who are passionate about reducing hunger. The solution is simple. All it takes is great volunteers with a desire to impact the community every time they serve at IB Food Pantry.

We value results and measure our performance against precise goals; we take ownership and responsibility for doing what we say we will do.

We Distribute Much Needed Food To Families in need of help. Many of the people who visit food banks have jobs and are working lower-middle-class families who do not qualify for government assistance. At Infinite Beginnings, we help fill the gap: we provide emergency food boxes to those families who may go hungry without assistance. We also offer a modest clothing share and counseling services for those in need. We do not offer monetary assistance.