Find Your Local Food Bank

The Feeding America nationwide network of food banks and food programs helps millions of people find food and groceries in their communities every year. Connect with your local food bank to learn about upcoming free food distributions and to apply for national food programs like SNAP and WIC.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Anyone who needs extra help affording food can visit a food pantry or meal program. Some pantries or programs may have additional requirements like living in a certain area.

  • A food bank is a warehouse that collects and stores food from food donations and food drives.

    A food pantry is where people can get free food. A food pantry gets its food from a food bank and gives it directly to people.

  • Visiting for the first time might feel scary, but friendly volunteers are there to help.

    When you arrive, they may ask questions or have you fill out a form about your family's needs. These questions help them give you the right amount of food and connect you with other programs.

  • If the location on our map is too far for you, you still have options. Just give them a call or visit their website. They work with other places that we might not have listed and they can find you something closer. If you don't have a car, they might even have a way to bring food to your house.