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Free food banks, pantries and soup kitchens Washington state.

Free pantries, soup kitchens and food banks in Washington provide groceries, meals, toiletries and more to the low income. Find free food near you that is given away daily. The boxes of groceries may have produce, meats, breads, baby formula, meat, eggs, and other items. Find a food bank near you in WA.

The distribution centers focus on the most vulnerable, including hungry senior citizens, single moms, people with no money or children. Many of the non-profits, churches and charity organizations that provide food also work with partners, such the USDA, Feeding America or social service program  in Washington. There are also many free pet food banks and drive thru pantries that help low-income families.

Some of the Washington food banks can also provide other aid, such as free holiday baskets, Thanksgiving turkeys and gifts. Many will also have information and referrals to other government programs, whether federal or state, such as SNAP food stamps (Basic Food in WA). These resources can assist families with meeting their longer term needs. There is also a referral number at the bottom of the page for more locations of free food pantries in Washington.

Get information below on some of the main food banks, meals sites, places for groceries and pantries that operate in Washington. However people do have other options in their county as well. When you contact a center near you be sure to ask staff in order to learn about other local assistance programs. Click here for information on federal government option for free food.

Washington free food pantries by county

Find churches, pantries, soup kitchens for hot meals and food banks for your city or county. Many may be near where you live, or they deliver groceries or meals via Meals on Wheels. The locations will be specific to those Washington towns and counties. Or continue to scroll down for even more locations.

Regional free food programs in WA

Second Harvest Inland Northwest is the main Feeding America site for the central, eastern, and Inland counties in WA. They work with charities, churches, drive thru food banks and pet pantries in the region, and those partners help families in need. The counties covered include Adams, Asotin, Benton, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, as well as Klickitat County. There is also food in Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Skamania, Spokane, Stevens, Walla Walla, Whitman, and Yakima County.




Emergency food boxes, meals, and holiday stuff may be provide to members of the community. The non-profit, and its partners, will try not to turn anyone away from help. They only supply goods to other pantries or churches who then distribute the items to the low-income, elderly, and homeless. There are also mobile food pantries, cooking and nutrition education classes and other services.

  • Spokane Hunger Solution Center is at 1234 East Front Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202. Phone: (509) 534-6678
  • Tri-Cities Second Harvest Hunger Solution Center is another option, and that is at 5825 Burlington Loop
    Pasco, WA 99301. Call (509) 545-0787
  • Kids and single moms are a focus of the Wolff Family Child Hunger Solution Center at 402 North Perry Street
    Spokane, WA 99202. Call (509) 534-6678

Goldendale Community Food Bank
Address is 112 East Main, Goldendale Washington 98620. Main phone number is (509) 773-5220 or 509-281-2203

Banchero Disability Partners - Friends Services
They help disabled in the region. 13732 Midvale Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133. Call 206-367-7795 for hours.
Programs include Meals on Wheels home delivery, free pet food or dog food, home visits and more. USDA approved, low-sodium, and other types of healthy groceries may be offered as well.

St. Vincent de Paul - South King County
717 Auburn Way N., Auburn, Washington 98002. Phone: (253) 833-2546

Holy Disciples Catholic Church
Thy operate the Graham Southhill Food Bank at 187TH Eastwood Ave E, Puyallup, WA 98375. Phone number is (253) 846-3805





Downtown Food Bank Pike Market
1531 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Phone: (206) 626-6462

Thurston County Food Bank
220 Thurston Ave NE, Olympia WA, 98501. Call (360) 352-8597
Programs include free groceries such as pasta, hamburger helper, tuna, canned fruit and more. There is also produce, vegetables, and even some free dog or cat for for senior citizens.

Omak Food Bank
Address 101 4th Ave N, Okanogan Washington, 98840. Call (509) 826-1717

Sumner FISH Food Bank
15625 E Main, Sumner, WA 98390. Phone: (253) 863-3793
One of the leading non-profit organizations in the region. Call for intake, emergency food, or referrals to other resources in Washington.

Bremerton Foodline
1600 12th St., Bremerton, WA 98337. Phone: (360) 479-6188

Food banks in WashingtonEphrata Food Bank
Address: 1010 A St, Ephrata WA, 98823. Dial (509) 754-5772

Des Moines Food Bank
Location of pantry is 2104 S 247th St, Des Moines, WA 98198.Call (206) 878-2660

Food Lifeline is for the counties of  Clallam, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Thurston, Wahkiakum, and Whatcom. The main address is 815 S 96th St, Seattle, WA 98108. This non-profit charity Feeding America organization offers groceries and food rations (with its partners) that can help sustain individuals or families for a week or more.

  • If needed, additional food, groceries and other items from local fund raising drives, pantries and surplus food from area businesses is also offered to qualified individuals. In addition, holiday gift and food baskets are offered during the holidays, such as Thanksgiving and/or Christmas. Call 206-545-6600.

St Vincent Council of Seattle King County
5950 4th Ave S, Seattle Washington, 98108. Telephone number is (206) 767-9975
Offers a number of social services and case management, in addition to meals and the food pantry on site.

West Seattle Food Bank
3419 SW Morgan St, Seattle, WA 98126. Phone: (206) 932-9023
One of the main non-profits in the King County region. Boxes of groceries, a regional Meals on Wheel service for the homebound, and other assistance is given.




Yakima Food Bank
Location is 703 Central Ave, Yakima, WA 98901. Main phone number: (509) 853-8918
Some of the holiday assistance may include turkeys or hams and extra holiday items. If they are able, they can even offer one gift or holiday basket per child with the Christmas programs that they administer. In some limited cases and if a families need is great and they are qualified, clothing and household items donated to the food bank may also be available to the low income.

Shalom Ministries
Address is 518 W 3rd, Spokane, WA 99201. Phone: (509) 455-9019

His Supper Table
911 Pacific Ave N, Long Beach, WA 98631. Phone: (360) 642-4105
The charity has a soup kitchen for the homeless and pantry. Get hot meals, lunches, breakfast or personal toiletries. There are also Thanksgiving, Easter, and Christmas food baskets for the homeless and people in poverty.

Ozanam House
801 Ninth Ave., Seattle, Washington 98104. Phone: (206) 441-4606

Harrington Food Bank
204 N. Third St., Harrington, WA 99134. Phone: (509) 253-4588
The non-profit helps the low-income in the community. Get free food boxes and more.

Address - 700 Virginia Street, Seattle WA, 98101. 206-443-1233

Ballard Food Bank
1400 Leary Wy NW, Seattle, WA 98107. Call (206) 789-7800

Valley Food Bank - Spokane
10814 E Broadway Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99206. Dial the pantry at (509) 927-1153
Hot meals, canned food goods, and other perishable items are offered to low income families with children, seniors, and the most vulnerable in the Spokane area.

Malone Food Bank
25 Mox Chehalis Rd, Malone, WA 98559. Phone: (360) 482-2329







Marysville Food Bank
4150 88th St NE, Marysville, WA 98270. Call (360) 658-1054
Whether fresh or canned food is needed, or help in applying for baby formula from WIC or SNAP food stamps, assistance is given from the charity location.

Port Angeles Food Bank
Food pantry address is 632 N Oakridge Dr, Port Angeles East, WA 98362. Phone: (360) 452-8568
Some of what be offered include frozen foods, fruits, vegetables, meats, and other goods for seniors and children in the state.

University District Food Bank
5017 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105. Telephone: (206) 523-7060

More options for free food in Washington

In addition to the food banks, churches, pantries, and distribution centers listed above, the low income and unemployed have other options near them. These include Feeding America resources in WA, Meals on Wheels, free government commodities and more. They can dial 509.534.6678. Or individuals can turn to government programs.


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