Oregon Food Bank’s network of food pantries and food assistance sites are open across Oregon and Southwest Washington. Many offer drive or walk-up services, or direct delivery options.
Use the Oregon Food Bank Food Finder to find a local site, or
call 2-1-1 for help.
Help paying for groceries
SNAP (food benefits)
SNAP benefits are used to buy food. Benefits are usually issued on an Oregon EBT card.
Learn how to apply or call 2-1-1 with questions.
SNAP Double Up Food Bucks lets you get more fruits and vegetables by matching a certain amount of SNAP dollars you spend at participating farmers markets.
WIC (women, infants and children)
WIC provides benefits for healthy foods on an eWIC card, along with nutrition education and breastfeeding support to:
- Pregnant women
- Breastfeeding women with children are under 1 year old
- Non-breastfeeding women with children under 6 months old
- Children under 5 years old
- Fathers, grandparents, foster parents or other guardians can apply for WIC for their children
Adults 60+ and people with disabilities
Visit the ADRC website to
find meal programs in your area or call 1-855-673-2372.
Meals on Wheels for seniors
Meals on Wheels America delivers a nutritious meal to seniors to keep them healthy, safe and living independently in their own homes.
Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program
The Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program (SFDNP) provides low-income, eligible seniors with checks that can be used to buy fresh, locally grown fruit, vegetables and herbs at approved farm stands and farmers markets.
Free or reduced price school lunch
The School Lunch Program provides a nutritionally balanced lunch for school-aged children.
Apply online for free or reduced price school lunches. Paper applications are also available at schools.
Free or reduced prices school lunches families who receive SNAP or TANF:
- If you are eligible for SNAP or TANF programs, you are also eligible for free school meals.
- Your child's eligibility information can be electronically transferred from the Oregon Department of Human Services. (This sharing of eligibility information is permitted under Federal Law.)
- As long as one child in your household participates in SNAP or TANF, all other children in your household can get free school lunch. Please call your school for more information.
Free summer meals for kids and teens
Summer Food Service Program helps fill the nutritional gap when school ends for summer.
General information and referrals
211 info is a free service that connects you with programs across Oregon and Southwest Washington.