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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.

Grandview Seventh-Day Adventist Community Services
110 N Elm Street, Grandview, WA, 98930. (509) 882-7919.
This location is open one to two days per week. It provides free food and, if needed, gently used clothing to members of the community. Winter coats and jackets may be available by request during the winter. Also quilts may be sold very reasonably or given to those who can’t afford to buy their own blankets.

Granger Food Bank
106 E First Street,
Granger, Washington, 98932

Mabton Food Bank
521 B Main Street
Mabton, WA, 98935
Telephone number is (509) 830-4085
Emergency food assistance and boxes may be offered.

OIC of Washington
1419 Hathaway Avenue, Yakima, WA, 98902
Dial (509) 452-7145 for hours of the pantry.

Salvation Army of Yakima
A couple locations are available. Location is 9 S 6th Avenue, Yakima, Washington, 98902. (509) 453-3139. Or stop by the center at 246 Division Street, Grandview, WA, 98930. Main number is (509) 882-2584.
A number of social services and assistance programs are offered. The centers can provide resources such as emergency food bags to those in need Monday through Friday. Free Christmas meals and maybe gifts for children may be offered. While more limited, Yakima County families may receive financial aid for paying bills such as rent or energy costs.

Selah Food Bank
Address – 216 S 1st Street Civic Center
Selah, Washington, 98942
(509) 697-4633

St Michael’s Food Pantry
5 S Naches Avenue
Yakima, WA, 98901
(509) 453-4881
Low income families in Yakima, ranging from the unemployed to working poor, can get help. Grcoereis, fresh foods, referrals to diaper or formula programs and other support is provided by the charity.

St Vincent Centers
2629 Rudkin Road
Union Gap, WA, 98903
(509) 457-5111
Regardless of religion, the free pantry can distribute free food, fresh fruits, and canned goods. Aid is offered to members of the community in need. You can apply at most once per month.

Sunnyside Ministerial Food Bank
321 S 8th Street
Sunnyside, WA, 98944
(509) 837-6754
Has both food, work and school clothing, and more. Some baby formula and supplies may be distributed too. Hot Christmas meals may be offered during the season.

Sunnyside Seventh-Day Adventist Church
1875 E Lincoln Avenue,
Sunnyside, WA, 98944
Main telephone:(509) 837-9679

Sunrise Outreach Center
221 E Martin Luther King Blvd
Yakima, WA, 98901
Call (509) 453-2343

Tieton Food Bank
616 E Maple
Tieton, Washington, 98947

Toppenish Community Chest Food and Clothing Bank
4 N B Street
Toppenish, WA, 98948
The non-profit can be reached at (509) 865-5311
Holiday meals winter coats, and emergency boxes of food may be provided.

Fairview SDA Food Pantry
The location is 1010 S Fair Ave
Yakima, Washington
Telephone – 509-910-0845

Southeast Yakima Community Center
1211 S 7th St
Yakima, WA
Dial 509-453-7145
The hours are Monday from 2-3 at this pantry.

Wapato Food Bank
Address of the distribution center: 118 Ivy Street
Wapato, WA, 98951
Main number is (509) 877-6114
Fruits, vegetables, surplus USDA commodity food items and more may be distributed to the low income and working poor.

Yakama Nation
802 E 1st Avenue
Toppenish, WA, 98948
(509) 865-5121

Yakima County Veterans Program
128 N 2nd Street Room 103
Yakima, Washington, 98901
Telephone number: (509) 574-1537
Learn about food assistance, government aid (food stamps) and other support.

Yakima Food Bank
703 Central Ave 7th Street and Central Avenue
Yakima, WA, 98901
Dial (509) 853-8918
Works with charities, churches, and other organizations in the region.

Yakima Seventh-Day Adventist Church – Food and Clothing Pantry
507 N 35th Avenue
Yakima, WA, 98902
Call (509) 452-9820
Free emergency food boxes, bags or groceries, formula, and more are passed out. Call for hours.

Yakima Union Gospel Mission
1300 N 1st Street
Yakima, WA, 98901
Call (509) 248-4510 for information on the free pantry.

White Swan Food Bank
90 Locust St.
White Swan, Washington
The pantry is only for local families, and is open Saturdays.

Naches Presbyterian Church
Address: 201 E 2nd St.
Naches, Washington
The food bank is open Monday to Friday morning. Canned groceries, non-perishable food, and more is offered from the Yakima County charity. Donations fund the service.

Zillah Food Bank
Main location is 302 2nd Avenue
Zillah, Washington, 98953

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