Arizona food banks.

Arizona individuals and families can receive free food, meals, groceries, and other items such as clothing from numerous food banks and pantries that are located across the state. Staff at the sites can help clients sign up for public benefits or refer them to pantries that are more convenient to their home. Get information on the various programs and distribution centers that help those in need.

Many of the food non-profit banks and centers in the state work closely with other charities, not for profit agencies, and local churches. Many locations may also be part of national non-profit charity type organizations that provide low cost or free food to the low income, disabled, unemployed, elderly, and others across the nation.

Call the center in your part of Arizona, or the location that is closest to you. They may be able to provide you food and groceries, or if not, they can definitely direct you to organizations that are in your town or city.

As indicated, referrals and other support may be disbursed. They may have information on local soup kitchens, food stamps applications, and similar resources. So in addition to the food banks and pantries listed below, also ask a staff member for additional assistance.

All Faith Community Services
Address is 214 S. 5th
Buckeye, Arizona, 85326
Phone number - 623-386-3513

All Tribes Assembly of God Church
1710 W. Highland Ave.
Phoenix, AZ, 85015
Dial 602-728-0699

Andre House
Location of pantry 213 S 11th Ave
Phoenix, AZ based
(602) 252-9023
Meals, referrals, and other support for low income families in Arizona may be offered.

 

 

 

Bread of Life
3840 N 30th St
Phoenix, Arizona
Call (602) 304-9044
Call for canned goods or perishable foods such as bread, frozen items, fruits, or vegetables.

Casa Maria
Address is 401 E 26th St.
Tucson Arizona
Primary phone number is (520 ) 624-0312

Church on the Street
2141 W Madison
Phoenix Arizona
Dial the center at (602) 252-7444

Church on the Street
This is a second location of the church. Located at 902 E McKinley
Phoenix AZ. Dial (602) 254-8302

Cochise County Children's Center
721 Gonzales Blvd
Huachuca City
Dial (520) 456-1000
Some of what may be distributed includes free baby formula and applications for WIC. Mothers and the newborn may receive clothing and diapers too.

Local Arizona food bank locations

There are dozens of other pantries that low income families can turn to. These will focus just on specific towns or counties in the state. But a wide variety of assistance may be provided from them.

Coconino County Flagstaff
Family Food Center
1903 N 2nd St
Flagstaff (520) 779-4561

Community Food Bank
(520) 884-1098
Pima County, Santa Cruz County, Cochise County
People of all backgrounds, religions, and income levels can contact this food pantry for help. Fruits, vegetables, frozen foods, meals, and referrals are provided. Also get information on state of Arizona and federal government programs such as WIC and SNAP food stamps.

 

 

 

Community Food Pantry of Benson
451 N. Easy St.
Benson, AZ,85602
520-586-4208

Desert Mission Food Bank
(602) 870-6062
North Phoenix, Arizona
Partners with churches and charities. The non-profit provides those agencies groceries, surplus government commodities and more. Clients then need to apply at, and pick up the free groceries, from those locations.

Forgach House Domestic
Crisis Center./CCS
Sierra Vista, AZ
Primary phone (520) 458-9096

Holy Trinity Monastery
Route 80 Mile Marker 302
St. David
Dial (520) 720-4642

ICM Food & Clothing Bank
501 S. 9th Ave., Phoenix, AZ,85007
602-254-7450
Call for a box of food, groceries, or clothing. It can be passed out for work, school, or in a crisis.

Salvation Army
Food pantry address is 1461 Palma Dr.
Bullhead City
Number is (520) 758-3141
A food pantry distributes bags of groceries. Other services include Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, back to school supplies, snacks for students, and hot meals for the homeless.

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance
(602) 352-3640
Flagstaff/Coconino County, and Statewide
Emergency boxes of food are offered to low income and poor residents.

St. Vincent de Paul
(602) 495-3051
Arizona and aid is offered Statewide

St. Vincent De Paul
529 - 11th St
Douglas Arizona
Call (520)364-3637

 

 

 

 

St. Vincent De Paul
614 Bartow Dr
Sierra Vista
(520) 458-0500
All of these St. Vincent sites are some of the leading social service agencies in Arizona. Food banks and pantries are on site. Other assistance includes Christmas meals and gifts.

St. Vincent de Paul/Dining Rooms - Phoenix
112 S 9th Ave
Phoenix (602) 495-3065

St. Vincent de Paul/Dining Rooms - Mesa
112 S 9th Ave
67 W Broadway
Mesa (602) 649-0081

Sunshine Rescue Mission
(520)774-3512
Most of the programs offered here are focus on the homeless and people with extreme poverty. Meals, food, and other social services are provided.

The Haven
1107 E Adelaide St.
Tucson Arizona
(520) 623-4590

The Love Kitchen, Inc.
1715 South Perrod Ln
Pinetop (520) 367-6505
Hot meals may be served. Or receive clothing, blanket, or referrals to churches and federal government benefits.

United Food Bank
Main phone number is (602) 926-4897
Eastern Maricopa County, Gila County, Pinal County, Southern Navajo County, Southern Apache County

Vineyard Food & Clothing Bank
6250 W. Peoria Ave., Glendale, AZ, 85302
623-934-4000

Yavapai Food Bank
(928) 775-5255
Prescott, Prescott Valley
Hundreds of seniors, low income families, and children receive hot meals, senior congregate meals, and home deliveries from the center.

Yuma Community Food Bank
(520) 343-1243
Yuma County, La Paz County

Additional Arizona food banks

Find additional food banks in Arizona by dialing (800) 445-1914. Also, federal government food assistance programs may be able to help an individual feed themselves or their family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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