The Food Bank is open the first Tuesday of each month from 11:00 until 1:00 for the following individuals:
Seniors 60 years of age or older with proof of age.
Owners of current Disability Parking Cards issued by the State
Department of Licensing. The card must be presented at each visit.
The Food Bank works in partnership with additional locations
to make it easier to obtain groceries for those that wish to access a
site closer to home, need additional times to meet their schedule,
require close-by parking and shorter lines.
The Food Bank works in partnership with the
Area Agency on Aging (AAA) to provide a delivery service for a limited
number of clients. Priority is given to home bound seniors. A referral
from a case worker with the AAA is required to receive this service.
Special Food Needs
The Food Bank shopping model allows
clients to make food choices based on particular food needs. Among our
the non-perishable items a limited amount of low sodium, low sugar,
vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, and non-cook items (easy to open cans
or items that require no preparation). Baby food and formula is
available. Nutritional supplements such as Ensure are provided when
Special Access Needs
In an effort to accommodate clients
with disabilities, the Food Bank is wheelchair accessible. Volunteers
are available to assist with shopping and loading of vehicles. Chairs
are provided for those who have difficulty standing in line.
Click here for information for our Spanish
Speaking community. At the Food Bank, an effort is made to communicate
with all non-English speaking clients.