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Many food banks and meal sites have changed their hours or format during the pandemic. Call ahead or check their websites to ensure you can still access their services.
Most food banks require ID and proof of address. If you do not have these, contact the organization ahead of time to check for possible alternatives. We have information to help you with various forms of identification.
Beyond those listed on this page, Feeding America provides a list of Washington food banks.
Kitsap County Food Banks
282 Knechtel Way NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Offers a food bank as well as holiday food baskets and a birthday gifts program for children.
19705 Viking Ave NW, Poulsbo WA 98370
Food bank available to people living in Poulsbo, Suquamish, Keyport or people who are homeless. Grocery delivery available to those who are homebound. Birthday gifts program for children. Schedule an appointment to register for services by phone or online.
26061 United Rd. NE, Kingston, WA 98346
1012 Mitchell Avenue Port Orchard, WA 98366
Pierce County Food Banks
Skagit County Food Banks
Visit Skagit Valley Neighbors in Need for an up-to-date list of food banks or call 360-982-2089.
Meal sites do more than just provide a nutritious meal. Many of them offer a variety of educational and recreational activities, services and events in addition to regularly scheduled meals. Call in advance to learn about these special programs. Each location is different. Some meal sites serve special ethnic menus on various days. Please go to the link provided below for a comprehensive list of meal sites’ location, operating hours, and prices.
Pierce County Meal Sites
If you have any questions about this information, please call the Aging & Disability Resource Center at 253-798-4600 or 800-562-0332.
Skagit County Meal Sites
Call ahead to confirm sites are still open and for hours, meals, and COVID restrictions.
The Kitchen Table – Discontinued due to COVID at present time
Anacortes First Baptist Church, 2717 J Ave, Anacortes
Dinner at the Brick
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1300 Ninth Street, Anacortes
United Methodist Church, 2201 H Avenue, Anacortes
Tri-Parish Food Bank Hot Meal Program
935 Peterson Road Burlington, WA 98233
Friendship House Café
108 Snoqualmie St, Mount Vernon
Reverie Community Meals (New Life at the Well)
123 Evergreen Street, Mount Vernon
Open Door Community Kitchen
1013 Polte Rd, Sedro-Woolley
Concrete Community Center
45821 Railroad Avenue, Concrete
More Basic Needs Guides
Many organizations offer help with clothes for daily living in addition to job interviews.
Food banks offer food to take home and eat while meal sites provide hot meals at specific times.
Programs helping low-income people access phone and internet service.
Options for transportation and reduced public transit far programs.
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