Address:4217 SW Oregon StSeattle, WA 98116Map & Directions
Services: Operates a food pantry open to all.
Non-perishable food donations always welcomed.
Bring your own bags, none supplied.
Address:4205 Rainier Ave SSeattle, WA 98118Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry is available for anyone in need.
May have limited amount of pet food.
Non-cook to-go bags are usually available during office hours.
Those not generally connected to the area are encouraged to use food pantries in their local areas, but are never turned away.
Address:1601 16th AveSeattle, WA 98122Map & Directions
Services: Operates a community food pantry. Provides limited home delivery in Seattle. Occasionally has a limited amount of pet food; call ahead to inquire.
Clients may visit once per month.
Offers an evening and Kosher food bank once a month, call for details.
Those who are homeless or living in zip codes 98101, 98102, 98102, 98104, 98112, 98121 and 98122.
All Jewish people in King County.
Home delivery is offered to eligible residents in select buildings.
Address:1101 Pike StSeattle, WA 98101Map & Directions
Services: Provides a variety of food depending on supplies, including:
- Dry goods
Clients can self-serve; bag size is based on the size of the household being served.
Those that live in ZIP codes 98101, 98102, 98104, 98108 (east of the Duwamish), 98109, 98112, 98118, 98119, 98121, 98122, 98134, 98144 and 98199 as well as those who are homeless in the area.
Clients may visit the pantry once per day for most items; dry goods may only be available once per month.
Address:722 18th AveSeattle, WA 98122Map & Directions
Services: Provides perishable and non-perishable food items, as well as commodities of government surplus food such as cheese and peanut butter.
Sometimes offers a limited supply of pet food.
Provides food delivery to area residents who are homebound due to disabilities.
Food Pantry phone number sounds like a personal phone number but is answered by the Food Pantry Director.
Residents of the city of Seattle as well as people who are homeless.
Refers clients from out of the area to their local food pantry if possible, but will not turn anyone away.
Clients may visit once per week.
Commodities and home delivery only available to residents of ZIP codes 98102, 98112 and 98122.
Address:711 Cherry StSeattle, WA 98104Map & Directions
Services: Operates the Cherry Street Food Bank with self-select food items for anyone in need.
On Mondays and Wednesdays clients can choose a food bag containing both staples and produce or a sack lunch if they have no cooking facilities.
Meat products are available the last Monday and Wednesday of each month.
Clients may come once per day on days the food pantry is open.
May have a limited supply of pet food.
Address:301 N Edwards AveMount Pleasant, TX 75455Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency food once a month, weekly food to children in Titus County schools on Fridays, and disaster relief assistance, services based on available funding.
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu 9:00 Am - 3:00 Pm; Tue 5:00 Pm - 7:00 Pm
Eligibility: Call For Information
Documents To Bring: Proof of income or lack thereof; picture ID; proof of living in Titus County
Address:232 Warren Ave NSeattle, WA 98109Map & Directions
Services: Operates a food pantry once a week for residents of Lower Queen Anne and downtown Seattle.
Those that live within Queen Anne and downtown Seattle in ZIP codes 98101, 98109, 98119, 98121.
No one is turned away.
Address:3419 SW Morgan StSeattle, WA 98126Map & Directions
Services: Operates a food pantry that area clients may visit once per week.
Additional items provided during regular food pantry hours, when available:
- Baby food
- Baby hygiene items
May have a limited supply of pet food; clients should call ahead for information.
Home deliveries for homebound seniors and disabled individuals is available within the service area.
Those that reside in or are homeless in ZIP codes 98106, 98116, 98126 and 98136.
Address:5740 Martin Luther King Jr Way SSeattle, WA 98118Map & Directions
Services: Operates a food pantry for anyone in need. Clients may visit food pantry as often as needed.
Focuses on the Filipino community, but everyone is welcome.