Community Nutrition Services
Digimart Food Pantry
The DigiMart Food Pantry is an innovative, client-choice food pantry that provides individuals with the ability to select and order their own food online using computer kiosks at Lutheran Social Services of Nevada or from their own homes using their laptop or smartphone. Digital functions of the DigiMart were paused due to COVID-19, but are set to relaunch in early 2023. In the meantime, please visit the DigiMart in person between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
If it is your first time visiting the DigiMart Food Pantry, please bring the following documents: an ID for each member of the family (state ID, birth certificate, clarity card, or passport), your social security card, proof of income, and proof of address. After your first visit, you will be able to schedule an appointment once every two weeks.
Already a client? Schedule an appointment below.
Lutheran Social Services of Nevada can assist low-income individuals to complete their application for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly called Food Stamps). SNAP benefits can be used to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, poultry, dairy products, breads, and more for your household.
This material was partially funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Please call 1-800-992-0900 for more information. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. To read our non-discrimination statement, click here.
Open Air Markets
Open Air Markets are travelling grocery distributions that partner with local churches and business to bring food directly to neighborhoods in food desert areas. Each year, Open Air Markets distribute hundreds of thousands of pounds of food to hundreds of households around North Las Vegas, Las Vegas, and Clark County.
You do not need to preregister for Open Air Markets, and no documentation is required to receive assistance. For the dates and times of our upcoming Open Air Markets, check out our Facebook page below.
Nutrition Education Kitchen
The Nutrition Education Kitchen aims to provide DigiMart shoppers with hands-on knowledge about the foods they eat. The core of our Nutrition Education Kitchen is Cooking Matters, a six week class focused on healthy eating, cooking skills, food budgeting, and fitness. Hosted by our Health Educator Gizelle, Cooking Matters provides students with skills to improve their health and take control of their lives.
Senior Supportive Services
Heart of the City Senior Meal Program
The Heart of the City Senior Meal Program provides free, hot meals to seniors 62 and older at two local churches every weekday. Meals are served in a congregate setting, providing seniors with the opportunity to socialize and form friendships with other seniors. Meal Locations and Information:
Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
6670 W. Cheyenne Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89108
Meal: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Living Hope Lutheran Church
580 East. St. Louis Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
Meal: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Bingocize is a unique exercise class specifically for seniors that combines physical activity and health education with a fun and competitive game of bingo! Join our Health Educator for a session to improve strength, reduce your risk of fall damage, and have fun with other seniors.
Family Empowerment Services
In addition to ongoing services, LSSN offers holiday assistance to current LSSN clients. Available services include Thanksgiving Meal Boxes, Angel Tree Christmas Toy distributions, Easter Baskets, and Back-to-School Backpack assistance.
Whether you are currently unemployed and looking for a job, a part time employee looking to go full time, or simply someone who wants to advance from their current position, our Employment Navigators can assist you. Currently, Employment Navigation Services are available to residents of the City of Las Vegas only.
Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Services
Lutheran Social Services of Nevada can provide temporary rental assistance to individuals who are at-risk of homelessness or currently experiencing homelessness. The availability of this service varies throughout the year depending on the funding source.
We can help with recovering lost identification, including state-issued IDs and Birth Certificates for you or your children. Contact us for more information using the form below.
We can assist clients in applying for Utility Assistance through the Energy Assistance Program (EAP) or Project Reach, which is one-time assistance for seniors 62 and older.