Yolo County food banks and pantries.
When faced with a crisis, Yolo families can turn to non-profit food banks and pantries. The centers are often operated by government affiliated agencies, charities, and churches. While they do mostly rely on donations and federal or state of California government funding, the sites do try to help as many people as possible and not turn anyone away.
What may be provided includes fruits, vegetables, canned goods, breads, meats, and baby formula. A pantry and case managers that work there can normally direct clients to government assistance such as CalFresh. Locations can also usually provide referrals.
If and when someone gets back on their feet, please do donate or contribute your time to a Yolo County California pantry. The more that people give back to these centers the greater number of families and individuals that can be assisted are.
Woodland Volunteer Food Closet
Main address is 509 College Street
Woodland, California, 95695
Telephone number (530) 908-5848
The non-profit provides one-time only emergency food services to those that qualify. If you meet requirements, applicants can receive up to 3 days worth of free food, 3 hot meals and more. Enough is available to normally help family member. This is not open to the public and people must be referred by a church, Yolo County social service agency, or maybe even a school.
Agency: RISE, Inc.
17313 Fremont Street
Esparto, California, 95627
Assistance programs at the pantry provides resources and referral, free food, case management, pre-school experience opportunities, parent education, snacks for children, and even financial literacy.
First Southern Baptist Church of West Sacramento
2124 Michigan Boulevard
West Sacramento, California, 95691
Main phone number is (916) 371-2111
The food closet at the site crosses over the border of the county. It can provide enough emergency food to last three days to those that qualify. Volunteer opportunities are available too.
Pole Line Road Baptist Church
The pantry is at 770 Pole Line Road
Davis, California, 95618
The food banks provides canned goods, rice, meats, and staple food items to poor and low income families.
Short Term Emergency Aid Committee (STEAC)
People need a referral to use this center.
Phone - (530) 758-5444
Calvary Chapel Zamora
9974 Main Street
Zamora, CA, 95698
Telephone number is (530) 867-2692
This center distributes food, primarily non-perishables. In addition to that, occasionally, bread, eggs, and meat are provided. Anyone is welcome to participate and they try not to turn anyone away.
Homeward Bound Outreach
Address: 44 1/2 Jefferson Street
Woodland, CA, 95695
Telephone - (530) 448-0556
Services include distribution of clothing, food, personal hygiene items to those in need. Transportation, job programs, and information on shelter and housing is available.
Food Bank of Yolo County
600 Lincoln Ave
Woodland, California 95695
Dial (530) 668-0690
This is the main location. They provide goods to the other pantries, charities, and others. Special programs such as meals for children, Christmas and Thanksgiving meals, and more may be served too.
Address Sixth And Mill Street
Knights Landing, CA, 95645
In addition to food, household goods, personal items and clothing are available at minimal cost.
Knights Landing Family Resource Center
Call (530) 735-1776
St. James Catholic Church
1275 B Street
Davis, California, 95616
Provides immediate short-term emergency relief in the form of food, rent, and utilities when funds are available. All needs will be considered.
Countryside Community Church
26479 Grafton Street
Esparto, California, 95627
Call (530) 787-4110 for hours and days that the site is open.
The local, non-profit Food Closet supplies clients with non-perishable food and groceries that can last up to 4 days.
Davis Community Meals
Offers walk-in services too.
Telephone: (530) 756-4008
Winters Family Resource Center
Main address - 201 First Street
Winters, CA, 95694
Phone: (530) 794-6000
Meals for children, referrals, case management, groceries, and more may be passed out.