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We believe that everyone should have enough to eat. That’s why both emergency food boxes and cooked meals are available throughout our network of partner programs and sites. Please visit a food pantry or meal site near you to learn more. You can view hours of operation and availability below, although you may want to call ahead and confirm the information.

You do not have to verify income or provide ID (such as a social security card or drivers license) to receive food.

COVID-19 Update: Some food pantries and meal sites are adjusting their services in response to COVID-19.  We are noting changes and closures below as we receive them.  We suggest you call your local pantry or meal site before you visit to confirm current hours and services.  Food pantries and meal sites are considered essential services and are therefore exempt from the restrictions on gatherings.  We urge clients to practice social distancing where possible while accessing these sites.

Updated USDA Guidelines: The USDA has released new food access income guidelines for 2020.  Find the updated guidelines here.

School Meals:  While schools are closed, meals are still available for kids.  See the list here.

Authorized Representative Form: Are you unable to visit a pantry on your own or know of someone that could use your help?  Use our Authorized Representative Form which allows individuals to pick up food for others. This form is available in English, Spanish, and Russian.

Click here for updates about the Food Share's response to COVID-19.

We believe that everyone should have enough to eat. That’s why both emergency food boxes and cooked meals are available throughout our network of partner programs and sites. Please visit a food pantry or meal site near you to learn more. You can view hours of operation and availability below, although you may want to call ahead and confirm the information.

You do not have to verify income or provide ID (such as a social security card or drivers license) to receive food.

COVID-19 Update: Some food pantries and meal sites are adjusting their services in response to COVID-19.  We are noting changes and closures below as we receive them.  We suggest you call your local pantry or meal site before you visit to confirm current hours and services.  Food pantries and meal sites are considered essential services and are therefore exempt from the restrictions on gatherings.  We urge clients to practice social distancing where possible while accessing these sites.

Updated USDA Guidelines: The USDA has released new food access income guidelines for 2020.  Find the updated guidelines here.

School Meals:  While schools are closed, meals are still available for kids.  See the list here.

Authorized Representative Form: Are you unable to visit a pantry on your own or know of someone that could use your help?  Use our Authorized Representative Form which allows individuals to pick up food for others. This form is available in English, Spanish, and Russian.