Resource Center

We are here to help neighbors in our community

ECHO Riverview offers more than food and clothing . . . it’s advocacy care, community connections, workshops, job coaching, and more! Read more below.

Our new Riverview location is now open!

ECHO Riverview Resource Center

10509 Riverview Drive
Riverview, FL 33578

OPEN: Monday through Friday  9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Thursday Evenings: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Zip codes served from our Riverview location:
33534, 33547, 33569, 33570, 33572, 33573, 33578, 33579, 33619

Father and son - get food from ECHO food bank

Are you in need of food and live in Riverview and surrounding areas 

Our ECHO Food Pantry in Riverview was created to assist neighbors living in the following zip codes 33534, 33547, 33569, 33570, 33572, 33573, 33578, 33579, 33619. Neighbors like you, who have suffered a job loss or unexpected life emergency. If you recently lost a job, your income, had a house fire, emergency fostering children, or other emergencies are encouraged to visit the ECHO Riverview Food Bank for temporary help feeding their family.

 In Need of Clothing?

The Riverview ECHO Clothing Room was designed to help neighbors, living in the Riverview area.  Like our food pantry, our emergency clothing assistance is available to neighbors living in Gibsonton, Clair-Mel, Lithia, Progress Village and Riverview. Our Clothing Closet in Riverview provides each neighbor with five outfits and one pair of shoes. In addition, children will receive two new pairs of socks and underwear or diapers and when available we offer undergarments and socks for adults, too. 

What else do we offer to neighbors in Riverview and surround areas?  

NEW at our Riverview location we provide one on one job coaching, financial workshops, and access to local resources that is specifically tailored to your needs.

We understand that getting children ready for back to school can be very expensive, so that is why we partner with local community organizations in providing backpacks filled with school supplies at our Backpack Heroes event.

During the holiday season neighbors living in motels and hotels near Riverview area receive a hot Thanksgiving meal and a blessing bags.

During Christmas the Gift of Hope in partnerships with local faith-based organizations, businesses and community brings holiday assistance for Christmas to our neighbors. Check back with us in October for when to sign up.

What do I need to Bring?


  • Current Photo ID (Driver’s license is preferred)
  • Original  Social Security Cards or Birth Certificates for each family member receiving assistance
  • Current Proof of Address (Document must be dated or received in the last 30 days. Accepted items include; a bill, correspondence received in the mail (addressed to applicant), copy of current lease if signed in past 30 days, rent receipt or notarized letter with corresponding mail to verify.)

Please note that each applicant’s situation will be reviewed and services will be provided accordingly.

Visit Limits

Emergency Care Help Organization is here for emergencies. Visits must be a minimum of (4) four months apart from your previous visit.

Frequently Asked Questions

I don’t have my documents, what do I do?

We would be happy to provide resources to other agencies until you get your documents taken care of and even provide you with a small amount of food in the meantime. 

What do I need to register with ECHO?

You will need an ID, a social security card or birth certificate for yourself and anyone else in the home needing services, and a recent piece of mail with your current address.

I just came in last month, can I get help again?

Unfortunately, ECHO exists to help those people that are in emergencies and you can only come once in a 4 month period. We would be happy to provide other resources for any ongoing food needs. Visit the local food pantries in your area here

I’m homeless, can I still receive help?

Of course, our homeless neighbors can come to ECHO once in a month period if needed. ID is required.

There’s a program right for you!

Did you know we offer life rebuilding programs that will prepare you for the workforce and more? But that’s not all! Neighbors currently participating in back to work or workshops are eligible for monthly food and/or clothing assistance. Check them out below!

Request a meeting with our Job Coach

Our one on one Back to Work program teaches participants how to write a resume, search for jobs, learn the do’s and don’ts of interviewing and much more! 

Funded by Hillsborough County and Bank of America. 

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We look forward to meeting you!

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Throughout the year we offer Budgeting, Sewing, Couponing, Starting a Business, Selling online and more workshops. Sign up below to be notified of our upcoming classes.

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Funds donated in excess of need will help us continue to serve the hungry and vulnerable in our community, throughout the year. Echo of Brandon, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt organization. A copy of the official registration (CH15550) and financial information may be obtained from the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services by calling toll-free within the state 1-800-435-7352. Registration doesn’t imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state. Gifts to ECHO are tax deductible to the extent provided by law.