Local (Bay Area) Resources
Our efforts focus on the immediate distribution of food while simultaneously working on long-term strategies to address hunger and empower neighbors in need.
Address: 900 Pennsylvania Avenue San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone: (415) 282-1900
For over 35 years, we have stood by our unwavering belief that food is a basic human right. We distribute millions of healthy meals every year and are on the forefront of new approaches to ending hunger and poverty.
Address: 7900 Edgewater Dr, Oakland, CA 94621
Phone: (510) 635-3663
Alternative link: https://foodnow.net/
The Oakland LGBTQ Community Center is dedicated to enhancing and sustaining the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals, our families and allies, by providing educational, social, and health related activities, programs and services.
Address: 3207 Lakeshore Avenue (entrance on Rand Ave.), Oakland, CA 94610
What is WIC?
A special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), WIC can provide your family with the following services:
Nutritious food (WIC cards)
Individual and group nutrition education
Referral to other resources in Alameda and San Francisco Counties
Address: 3124 International Blvd., Oakland, CA 94601
Today, Project Open Hand prepares 2,500 nutritious meals daily and provides 200 bags of healthy groceries every day to help sustain our clients as they battle serious illnesses, isolation, or the health challenges of aging. We serve San Francisco and Oakland, engaging more than 125 volunteers daily to nourish our community.
Address: 730 Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: (415) 447-23000
GLIDE’s mission is to create a radically inclusive, just, and loving community mobilized to alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization. Our Core Values emerge from GLIDE as a spiritual movement. They are rooted in empowerment, recovery, and personal transformation. Our values inspire and guide our behaviors. They are the ground we stand on.
Address: 330 Ellis St., San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (415) 674-6000
Meals on Wheels of San Francisco is the leading provider of nutritious, home-delivered meals and services to older adults in the Bay Area.
Address: 2230 Jerrold Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone: (415) 920-1111
The Insight Housing Meals Program serves nutritious and delicious meals to people who are experiencing food and/or housing insecurity.
Address: The Hope Center, 2012 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 649-4965
Nuestra Casa delivers fresh fruits and vegetables to thousands of people with remote site locations in East Palo Alto, Redwood City, and North Fair Oaks. We recover healthy, high-quality food from distributors around the Bay Area. This reduces peoples’ grocery bills so they can use that money for rent, utilities, or transportation. It reduces the stigma and transportation barriers people face when it comes to using local food pantries. We plan to expand this program to other communities we serve soon. Locations:
1. Casa Círculo (3090 Middlefield in North Fair Oaks)
2. Woodland Apartments (1991 Manhattan in EPA)
3. Rocketship (909 Roosevelt in Redwood City)
Phone: (650) 330-7472
Socials: FB @NuestraCasaEPA
USDA National Hunger Hotline
Our Food & Water services bring immediate relief from food insecurity for Native American Elders, children and families. Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA) assists food bank partners across dozens of reservations.
Address: 16415 Addison Rd, Suite 200, Addison, TX 75001-3210
SNAP provides food benefits to low-income families to supplement their grocery budget so they can afford the nutritious food essential to health and well-being.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) is a federal program that helps supplement the diets of people with low income by providing them with emergency food assistance at no cost. USDA provides 100% American-grown USDA Foods and administrative funds to states to operate TEFAP.
The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) provides USDA Foods to income-eligible households living on Indian reservations and to Native American households residing in designated areas near reservations or in Oklahoma. USDA distributes both food and administrative funds to participating Indian Tribal Organizations and state agencies to operate FDPIR.
NAHA provides food to the Native Americans through our “Food Program”. NAHA works in partnership with Feeding America® to obtain healthy, nutritious food to deliver to Crow Creek, Lower Brule, Pine Ridge, Cheyenne River and Rosebud Reservations all made possible by our generous donors. Many times, without the food deliveries from NAHA, Native American families wouldn’t have anything to feed their children or elders.
Address: Rapid City SD 57709
Phone: (540) 636-1020
The Hopi Emergency Relief Fund offers aid to local villages, organizations and individuals with the intent to serve and distribute supplies and resources to a group in most critical need such as low-income, elders, single-parents, or disabled, with little or no access to transportation in areas of:
Home-heating fuel shortage;
Natural disaster relief for access to safe shelter, food, and clean, potable water; and
Public health and safety in the event of disease outbreak, contamination, etc.
Address: 110 Main St Kykotsmovi Village, AZ 86039
This Missouri Community Services Block Grant program provides services that address the causes and conditions of poverty experienced by low-income American Indians residing in Missouri and empower families and individuals to become fully self-sufficient. Our program includes case management and on-site services, including food pantry assistance, holiday food baskets, hygiene and household items, utility assistance, substance abuse counseling, and financial literacy classes. KCIC also collaborates with area organizations and provides referrals for services.
Address: 600 West 39th Street, Kansas City, MO 64111
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