Address:282 Knechtel Way NEBainbridge Island, WA 98110Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away )
Services: Offers a food bank to Bainbridge Island residents and limited access to nonresidents with special circumstances. Full service can be accessed once per week; bread and fresh vegetables three or more times a week.
For Bainbridge Island residents and those whose work on the island prevents them from visiting a food bank near their home. Proof of Bainbridge residency or a pay stub will be required for continued service after registration with the food bank.
Address:1117 N Callow AveBremerton, WA 98312Map & Directions
Services: Provides a food pantry for those living in the Bremerton School District. Diapers, clothing, and hygiene supplies are available. After hours emergency food is available at the thrift store, M-F, 5pm-7pm; Sa, 9am-7pm.
Must live within the Bremerton School District.
Address:4900 Auto Center BlvdBremerton, WA 98312Map & Directions
Services: Offers a food pantry and clothing closet open Tuesdays, noon-1pm. Donations accepted.
Eligibility: No restrictions.
Address:832 6th StBremerton, WA 98337Map & Directions
Services: Offers fresh bread and produce when available.
Address:1600 12th StBremerton, WA 98337Map & Directions
Services: Services include emergency food and sundries (non-food household needs such as soap) and referrals to other service agencies when needed. Donations are accepted in person, by mail, or through PayPal on our website, bremertonfoodline.org. All donations are used for programs for persons in need residing in the greater Bremerton School District area. No deliveries of food are possible.
Must reside in the greater Bremerton School District (from Gorst up to Kitsap Lake and north to Fairgrounds Road).
Address:787 NW Liberty RdPoulsbo, WA 98370Map & Directions
Services: NK Fishline food market serves the people in the North Kitsap area. For full services you must be a local client (live in Poulsbo, Keyport, Suquamish area or be homeless) and have registered with the North Kitsap Fishline in the past year.
The following services are available local clients only:
- Healthy Food Market - offers healthy food choices including eggs, milk, and vegetables. Clients may shop up to 2 times per week.
- Government Food Commodities available once a month.
- Holiday baskets for Thanksgiving and Christmas with sign up 2-3 weeks before each holiday.
Out of Area (not living in Poulsbo, Keyport, Suquamish area) Individuals can access the Healthy Food Market on Wednesday evenings from 4pm to 7pm.
ID and proof of current address such as an electric bill. For full services must live in Poulsbo, Keyport, Suquamish area or be homeless (98345, 98370, 98392, zip codes)
Limited food services Wednesday evening if not living in Poulsbo, Keyport, Suquamish area.
Homeless clients (living in a tent or car) with no permanent address may register and will be required to see a Housing Navigator to receive assistance.
Address:9982 Silverdale Way NWSilverdale, WA 98383Map & Directions
Services: Accepts donations for food and clothing which are distributed through the food and clothing bank. Food consists of non-perishable items and the clothing bank has mens, womens, youth, baby, and professional clothing. Assistance is limited to one visit per month.
Eligibility: Limited to one visit per month.
Address:3537 NW Anderson Hill RdSilverdale, WA 98383Map & Directions
Services: Provides food to needy, nobody leaves hungry. They request a photo ID and proof of address, although it is not required.
Limited to one visit every 30 days.
Address:1215 Thomas StSeattle, WA 98109Map & Directions
Services: Operates a weekly food pantry for anyone in need.
Depending on donations, may have:
- Vegan food
- Fresh food (bread, dairy products, produce)
- Pre-made foods (sandwiches, salads, soups)
- Baby formula
- Kosher food
Address:3610Seattle, WA 98105Map & Directions
Services: Operates a self-select food pantry.
Clients can attend once a week.
Provides baby food and items such as formula and diapers when supplies are available.
Distributes pet food to seniors once each month, and will distribute to anyone who asks if supply is sufficient.
Food may be picked up once a week.
Provides home delivery to homebound residents in service area once a week.
Residents living in ZIP codes 98102, 98103, 98105, 98112, 98115 and 98125 as well as anyone who is homeless.