Address:254 S Santa Anita StSan Gabriel, CA 91776Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for low-income people of all ages who live in the city of San Gabriel, including homeless people. Services include occasional and ongoing emergency food assistance. Services are available for single people, couples, and families, regardless of their religion, source of income or citizenship. The contents of the bags vary but usually include staples such as beans, rice and pasta; canned goods such as tuna, vegetables, fruits and meats; and infant formula and baby food, if available. Homeless people who do not have access to cooking facilities are assisted with items such as flip-top canned goods, bread and instant soups. The amount of food provided varies according to family size and is enough to last three days; people may be assisted more than once depending on their circumstances. People may register for ongoing assistance once per month. Services are restricted to San Gabriel residents who live within San Gabriel Mission Parish.
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10:00am to 1:45. Closed on Sunday and holidays.
Eligibility: People may walk in for service. Program staff complete a form for all emergency food applicants and make home visits when circumstances require ongoing services. People may apply one time a month.
Documents To Bring: Picture ID or proof of address, such as a utility bill or rent receipt, is required from head of household and other adults; people who do not have I.D are assisted one time only.
Address:Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA 90011Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for low-income adults 60 years and older and low-income families. The service area includes Los Angeles that is bounded by Martin Luther King Blvd. on the north, Slauson Ave. on the south, Hoover St. on the west and Avalon Blvd. on the east. The area served includes portions of Los Angeles zip code areas 90037 and 90011.
The program provides bagged groceries which contain canned and packaged dried goods, bread and fruit. The amount of food provided varies with family size. People may be assisted once per month, if necessary. People who are already being helped by the program may also receive special assistance during the holiday season.
Hours: Intake: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:00am to 11:00am; Distribution: 9:00am to 11:00am
Eligibility: Low income. Walk in or call for service. People are screened and assisted the same day.
Documents To Bring: Some recent form of ID which documents name and address, proof of residence, such as an utility bill or similar document. People line up to receive numbers at 8:00am.
Address:444 E Washington BlvdPasadena, CA 91104Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for low-income residents in the greater Pasadena and Altadena areas. Applicants must meet federal low-income guidelines. Assistance may be provided on an ongoing basis, once per week. Services are restricted to Alhambra, Altadena, Pasadena, Sierra Madre, La Canada-Flintridge, La Crescenta, San Gabriel, San Marino and South Pasadena residents.
Hours: Intake only on Wednesday, and distribution hours for ongoing emergency food are Tuesday and Wednesday, 10:00am to 3:00pm; Thursday, 10:00am to 1:00pm.
Address:191 N Oak AvePasadena, CA 91107Map & Directions
Services: They help neighbors in crisis attain self-sufficiency by partnering with the community and using their resources wisely to provide vital support services with love and dignity. One main focus is to provide Family Food Program (groceries)to the low-income families and the homeless with love & dignity. In 2010, they distributed over 4.5 million tons of food to over 4,300 unduplicated families. Children of the very low-income are also a key focus. They have a "Back to School" program that provided over 1,700 needy children with new school clothes, new shoes,socks, underwear, haircuts, manicures, backpacks, art kits and age-appropriate school supplies. Our Health Services offer Vision and Dental Programs along with medical and pharmaceutical services for the homeless. Other Homeless Services provide emergency resources that include bag lunches, motel vouchers, referrals for counseling and drug and alcohol programs. Holiday Programs provide bountiful food boxes for Thanksgiving and generous food boxes, new toys, clothing for children at the Holidays.
Address:600 S Maple AveMontebello, CA 90640Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for people who live in Los Angeles County, including homeless and undocumented people. Services include ongoing emergency food assistance. There are no geographic restrictions.
Hours: Intake\/Distribution hours are Tuesday, 9:00am to 1:30pm; Wednesday 12:00pm to 1:30pm.
Address:2609 Lincoln AveAltadena, CA 91001Map & Directions
Services: The church provides emergency food for residents of Altadena. Services include ongoing emergency food assistance and occasional emergency food assistance. The program provides emergency food for low-income people in Altadena, including people who are homeless and persons who are undocumented. The program provides groceries consisting of such items as canned and packaged dried goods; staples such as flour, rice and beans. People may be served once a month; homeless people may be served every two weeks. Services are restricted to Altadena residents; however, individuals from outside Altadena may be eligible to receive service one time.
Hours: Second and fourth Tuesday of the month, 9:00am to 12:00 noon.
Eligibility: Call to apply; and appointment is required.
Documents To Bring: CAID or CADL and proof of residence are required.
Services: Provides information about food pantries and referrals to food pantries in the Los Angeles area and surrounding communities.
Area Served: Los Angeles and surrounding communities
Address:11640 Slauson AveWhittier, CA 90606Map & Directions
Services: The center provides emergency food for people, including homeless people and immigrants who live in zip codes 90605 and 90606. Services include ongoing and occasional emergency food assistance through the center's Food Pantry program. There are geographic restrictions.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Address:2780 E Gage AveHuntington Park, CA 90255Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for individuals, couples and families who live in the cities of Bell, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, South Gate, and Walnut Park. Assistance may be in the form of bags of groceries or sack lunches, depending on the situation. People who are homeless are not eligible for the groceries but are assisted with a sack lunch. Services are restricted to Bell, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, South Gate, and Walnut Park.
People may receive a bag of groceries which contains canned and packaged dried goods, vegetables and fruit, when available. The type and amount of food provided depends upon donations and items available from the food bank. People may be helped as often as needed. Senior citizens who receive social security regularly are assisted once per month unless there are special circumstances which increase the need.
People who are homeless or have no cooking facilities can come to the center for a sack lunch. The sack lunch contains items like dried instant soup or noodles, cookies and fruit. People may use this resource as often as necessary.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 12:00pm; 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
Eligibility: Walk in to Apply for emergency food.
Walk in for the sack lunch. ID or registration is not required.
Documents To Bring: ID for the head of the household, ID such as birth certificates, social security cards or immunization cards for all children, proof of income and residence are required; in most instances, people are seen and assisted the same day as they apply.
Walk in for the sack lunch. ID or registration is not required.
Address:11819 Burke StSanta Fe Springs, CA 90670Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for people who live in Whittier Santa Fe Springs and La Mirada. Services include bags of groceries through a food line for individuals, couples and families. People may be assisted once or twice per week, depending on size of household, on an ongoing basis. Groceries include canned food, dried packaged goods and some perishable items including fresh produce and bread. The program also provides sack lunches daily for people who are homeless. Services are restricted to Whittier, Santa Fe Springs and La Mirada residents.
Hours: Intake hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:30am to 11:30am in January and February. In March through September intake hours are Monday and Thursday, 8:30am to 11:30am. Distribution hours are Monday, Thursday, Friday, 8:30am to 12:00pm; Tuesday, 4:30pm to 7:00pm.