Families & Adults

Families and adults seeking food assistance may get help by calling our Hunger Hotline, which connects people in need with a local partner agency, program or food source.

Our Partner Agency Network is made up of more than 310 nonprofits and community organizations who help us distribute food throughout our 34 city and county service area. This network helps us further extend our reach and includes food pantries, soup kitchens, senior centers, day care providers, emergency shelters, afterschool programs and more.

In addition, our Mobile Pantry travels to underserved communities or areas where there is limited access to grocery stores. From urban neighborhoods to rural localities, our Mobile Pantry provides each family with about 35 pounds of perishable and nonperishable food items for well-balanced meals.

For senior adults and family members who are homebound and cannot shop for or prepare their own meals, our Meals on Wheels program improves the quality of life of homebound individuals by providing support through nutritious meal deliveries, daily social interactions and safety checks.

Other Ways to Get Assistance

Many of the kids are able to try a variety of foods that they otherwise may have not had the opportunity to try. Parents have commented on the kids who have come home and stated that they tried a new food and that they enjoyed it.

Kids Cafe program

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