Spokane food pantries.

Individuals and families who need free food can contact a pantry in Spokane Washington. Below is a listing of the various assistance programs, food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, and churches that distribute meals, groceries, and free or low cost food to the needy. People who live in the Spokane area have many different non-profits and/or government programs they can call for emergency assistance when they are faced with a hardship.

Food pantries in Spokane will do what they can to help everyone who asks for assistance. Among other things, they can provide Christmas and Thanksgiving meals, breads, vegetables, emergency food boxes, and resources for children. Many non-perishable items are offered too. Also keep in mind that the food banks will often have volunteers or case managers on site that can help the low income, disabled, and seniors apply for programs such as TANF food stamps, WIC, and other federal and state of Washington government assistance programs. The centers are committed to doing what they can to help lower income and struggling Spokane Washington families. They will do their best to never turn anyone away.

All Saints Lutheran Church
Address: 314 Spruce Street
Spokane, Washington, 99201
Phone number - (509) 838-4409

American Indian Community Center
905 E Third Avenue
Spokane, Washington, 99202
Dial (509) 535-0886
Aid is for Native American in Spokane and Washington State.

Audubon Park United Methodist
Address of church - 3908 North Driscoll Boulevard
Spokane, WA, 99205
Dial - (509) 325-4541





Cheney Outreach Center
Address is 423 N 6th Street
Cheney, Washington, 99004
Phone number - (509) 235-2325
A second site is at 100 Anderson Road, Cheney, WA, 99004, (509) 235-1456
A number of programs and social services are administered. Apply for free food, meals, and groceries. Case managers can also refer individuals to other charities and non-profits in the region.

The City Gate
170 South Madison Street
Spokane, Washington, 99201
Call (509) 455-9670 for hours on food distribution and other information. The location may have special holiday programs or other items, such as baby formula, diapers and clothing.

East Central Community Center of Spokane
500 South Stone Street
Spokane, WA, 99202
(509) 625-6699
Many local residents use the services from this center every year. Among the available resources include hot and cold meals, groceries, clothing, and other free or low cost foodstuffs.

The GreenHouse
Address: West 12th 1st Street
Deer Park, WA, 99006
Call the location at (509) 276-8224
Many fresh fruits, vegetables, and other perishable items offered to the needy, as resources allow.

Matthew House
Address: 16207 177th Ave SE
Monroe, Washington, 98272
Telephone number - (360) 794-8720
Summer meals and snacks may be offered for children and students. Bags of groceries are also passed out.

Mead Area Ecumenical Food Outlet
12611 North Wilson,
Mead, WA, 99021
Phone: (509) 466-7068
Government surplus food offered to the low income and needy in the community.

Medical Lake Outreach Center
Address: 211 North Lefevre Street,
Medical Lake, Washington, 99022
(509) 299-3819

New Hope Resource Center
Address: 4211 East Colbert Road
Colbert, WA, 99005
Telephone: (509) 467-2900
Numerous resource centers are located around Spokane County. Foodstuffs, clothing, household products, and advice are either distributed of offered from the sites.

North County Food Pantry
Address: 40015A N. Collins Rd.
Elk, Washington, 99009
Main number - (509) 292-2530

Northwest Ecumenical Food Bank
Address: 3908 North Driscoll Boulevard
Spokane, WA, 99205
(509) 325-4541

Otis Orchards Food Pantry
Food pantry address: 4308 North Harvard Road
Otis Orchards, WA, 99027
Call the pantry at (509) 926-4909




Our Place Ministries
1509 West College,
Spokane, WA, 99201
Call (509) 326-7267 for information on when meals, food, and groceries are provided to the needy.

Spokane Salvation Army
222 East Indiana
Spokane, Washington, 99207
Telephone - (509) 325-6821
Some of the services include, but are not limited to, a thrift store, food bank, clothing closet, rent help, and energy bill assistance. Also holiday meals and Christmas and seasonal toys are offered for families and children. Staff can direct people and refer them to resources such as public aid and food stamps, in addition to offer emergency aid on site.
A second Spokane Salvation Army is at 204 E. Indiana, Spokane, WA, 99207, Call (509) 325-6821

Seventh Day Adventist Better Living
Food bank location - 25 East North Foothhills Drive
Spokane, Washington, 99205
Call (509) 325-1258

Southside Food Pantry
2934 East 27th Avenue
Spokane, WA, 99223
Telephone number: 535-230

Spangle Food Bank
Location - 305 East Second Street
Spangle, WA, 99031
Number - (509) 245-3362
The homeless may receive meals. Other support includes fresh fruits, vegetables, rice, breads, and more.

Spokane Valley Partners
Site address: 10814 East Broadway
Spokane, Washington, 99206
Main number - (509) 927-1153

St. Peter's Lutheran Church
4620 North Regal Street,
Spokane, WA, 99207
Call the food pantry at the church at (509) 487-4843

The Klothes Kloset
1313 South Pine Roads
Spokane, WA, 99206
Main number: (509) 926-2673
In addition to free food, perishable items, and meals, the center offers gently used or new donated clothing and work clothes.

Windsor Baptist Church
Church address: 4404 West Hallett
Spokane, Washington, 99224
Call - (509) 455-7816

In order to find other pantries or feeding sites, dial 509.534.6678. Spokane families can get help from other non-profit organizations, churches and charities, all of which are committed to providing healthy food to the working poor and low income.







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