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Santa Clara County California- Free Food pantries /Food Banks

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Free Food pantries /Food Banks

Food banks and free food pantries listed below help families that are facing hunger. The pantries are mostly located at churches and non-profits in the region. Most of the free food pantry locations may have an application process, which usually requires proof of income, residency proof etc. Using donations from the community, and relying on volunteers, the locations may pass out free boxes of food or serve a meal.


West Valley Community Services, Inc.
10104 Vista Drive
Cupertino, California 95014
(408) 255-8033 ext. 102
In addition to distributing free food, groceries, and perishable items, this not for profit can also offer access and information on various other government assistance programs. For example get help applying for food stamps / CalFresh, low income housing, or rent help.


St. Joseph’s Family Center – Administers both a food pantry and other services for elderly and low income in a crisis. Receive spiritual guidance, and information on local shelters and housing.
Location – 7950 Church Street, Suite A
Gilroy, CA 95020
Main center phone number – (408) 842-6662 ext. 26


Milpitas Food Pantry
1440 South Main Street
Milpitas, California 95035
Dial (408) 946-5564 for emergency food.


Community Services Agency Of Mountain View And Los Altos – Administer a food and nutrition center on site. Receive advice on how to live a healthy lifestyle. Free food can be provided in an emergency.
Location: 204 Stierlin Road
Mountain View, CA 94043
Dial (650) 968-0836 ext. 121


Alpha Omega Homeless Services has an onsite food pantry.
Dial (650) 968-0836 for information on Homeless Services. Or call (650) 968-0836 ext. 150 for details on the food and nutrition program they run.


Innvision…the Way Home – Innvision Food Closet
Food pantry address is 425 Hamilton Avenue
Palo Alto, California 94301
Dial (650) 325-3663 for hours and intake.
They partner with Peninsula Programs Food Services. Free groceries are passed out in Santa Clara County from volunteers, and case managers can help with applications to government aid such as CalFresh and WIC for single parents and infants.


South Palo Alto Food Closet
670 East Medow Drive, Room 9
Palo Alto, CA, 94306
650-853-8672
Canned goods, food boxes, school lunches, and other nutritional support is offered.


St Francis Center Of Redwood City
151 Buckingham Ave
Redwood City, CA 94063
(650) 365-7829


Innvision Opportunity Services Center
Main address – 33 Encina Avenue
Palo Alto, California 94301
Pantry phone number:  (650) 853-8672. Call for information on how to get free food, meals, and government aid, such as SNAP.


Innvision Georgia Travis Center is also part of the
INNVISION…THE WAY HOME
They run a produce market and offer other perishables.
297 Commercial Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Food bank center number is (408) 453-3124


Sacred Heart Community Service
Church address – 1381 South First Street
San Jose, CA 95110
Main phone number – (408) 278-2160
A food pantry is run, as well as a thrift store, donated items, household items, and other support.


Santa Maria Urban Ministry
778 South Almaden Avenue
San Jose, California, 95110
Call 408-292-3314


The Health Trust
1043 Garland Avenue
San Jose, CA, 95126
Main telephone number is 408-961-9850


Sacred Heart Community Service
Site address – 778 South Almaden Avenue
San Jose, California 95110
Call (408) 292-3314 for information


The Health Trust Food Basket – Food bank, meals, vegetables, baby food, and nutritional items are all offered to those who need help.
1043 Garland Avenue
San Jose, CA 95126
Call – (408) 961-9850


St Vincent De Paul Society Of Santa Clara County
San Jose, CA 95150
(408) 993-9901
Free food, groceries, and canned goods. Works with local churches to help the low income. May coordinate home delivered meals for seniors. Single parents can receive information on formula, or services such as free diaper programs. Some limited financial help may be offered for basic needs such as electric bills or housing. Or learn where to apply for programs such as food stamps or the federal government Commodity Supplemental Food Program.


Sunnyvale Community Services – Provides food, temporary financial assistance, groceries, and other aid. Much of the food is free or low cost. Get help in applying for government assistance too.
725 Kifer Road
Sunnyvale, California 94086
(408) 738-4321 for Intake


Cypress Center
4001 North 1st Street,
San Jose CA 95134
Phone: (408) 266-8866


Curtner Center
Address: 750 Curtner Avenue,
San Jose California 95125
Phone: (408) 266-8866
Referrals are given to local pantries and soup kitchens. Emergency food, basic goods such as paper products, hygiene items, and more may be available in the community. Or receive referrals to meals on wheel and congregate meal sites for the elderly or disabled.


Village Harvest Corporation
San Jose, CA 95157
Dial (888) 378-4841 for hours.
The very low income and homeless can get a free hot meal as well as non-perishable goods such as pasta or rice.


El Concilio Emergency Services Partnership
Address – 1798 Bay Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 330-7432
If you have no other options, then low income families, the homeless, and working poor may be able to receive healthy food, meals, and other emergency support from this non-profit.


Salvation Army – San Jose
405 N. 4th Street
San Jose, California 95112
Call (408) 282-1175
A leading social service organization in northern California. Support offered includes a food pantry, clothing closets, and free Christmas assistance. May have toys and gifts for children from programs such as Angel Tree. Other items can include vouchers for gasoline, rental assistance, and employment services.


Valley Churches United Missions
9430 Love Creek Road
Ben Lomond, CA 95005
(831) 336-8258
Volunteers may have free Christmas meals as well as Easter baskets for families in poverty as well as the unemployed.


Salvation Army of Gilroy
200 W. 5th St.
Gilroy, California 95020
(408) 848-5373
Offers many of the same services and assistance programs as the Salvation Army center above.


Loaves And Fishes
Address – 2980 Senter Road
San Jose, California 95111
408-934-4990
Free hot meals, government surplus items, fresh fruits, breeds, and vegetables, and more is offered.


City Team Mission
Address of pantry is 580 Charles Street (Off Old Oakland Road)
San Jose, CA 95112
Telephone number is (408) 288-2185
Clients of the pantry include families with children. Canned goods as well as fresh fruits and vegetables may be passed out.


Second Harvest Food Bank Of Santa Clara
Address – 750 Curtner Avenue
San Jose, California
(408) 266-8866
A leading non-profit. They provide local churches, charities, and food pantries with support, so the food bank can provide referrals and information on children’s summer meal locations, public resources as well as hot meal sites


First Immanuel Lutheran Church Of San Jose
Address – 121 East San Salvador Street
San Jose, CA, 95112
408-286-8413
Offers food baskets in an emergency, including Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas turkeys and meals.


FISH of Santa Clara
Location of the food bank is 2499 Homestead Rd
Santa Clara, CA, 95050
Phone – 1-408-984-0682
Emergency boxes of food, fruits, vegetables and support is for low income families. Other social services are available as well.


Lord’s Table
11 First Street
Gilroy, California 95020
Call (408) 842-6662 for hours


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