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Oregon State: Major food banks/ Food Pantries

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Major Free Food pantries /Food Banks in the State

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. below listed are the major food banks in the state.


North County Food Bank – Nehalem
22885 Foss Rd
Nehalem – Oregon, 97131
Telephone – (503) 368-7724


Shem Food Bank
Address of the pantry – 1040 Long St.
Sweet Home – OR, 97386
(541) 367-6504


Community Action Resource Enterprises
2211 Eleventh St.
Tillamook – OR, 97141
503-842-5261
Non-profit community action agencies in Oregon are a great place for referrals, public aid such as food stamp applications, lunches for students, and other support.


Crossroads Food Bank
2407 Ne 102nd Ave # D
Portland – OR, 97220
(503) 257-9345


Monmouth Christian Church Helping Hands 
959 Church Street
West Monmouth Oregon 97361
Dial (503)838-1145
Free boxes of food, clothing, perishable fruits and vegetables, formula, and much more is available from the charity.


Zarephath Pantry & Kitchen
Location is 59 NW Ava
Gresham – Oregon, 97030
Dial 503-667-7932


St. Vincent DePaul Food Recovery Network
5120 SE Milwaukie Ave
Portland, OR 97242-0157
503.234.1114
Free hot meals are offered for the homeless and low income.


Tillamook Food Bank
2411 5th St.
Tillamook – OR, 97141
(503) 815-3880


Food Bank – Salem
2471 Hackney Ct Se
Salem – OR, 97317
(503) 873-2276
Partners with soup kitchens, feeding sites, churches, pantries, and other aid organizations in the community.


Loaves and Fishes – Elm Court Center
1111 SW 10th Ave.
Portland – Oregon, 97201
Main number is (503) 988-4485


Sunshine Division
687 N. Thompson
Portland – OR, 97227
503-823-2119


Aware Food Bank
680 N 1st St.
Woodburn – OR, 97071
(503) 981-5828


Aprovecho Research Center
80574 Hazelton Road
Cottage Grove – OR, 97424
Telephone – 541-942-8198


Jason Lee Community Food Bank
Address: 820 Jefferson St NE
Salem – OR, 97301
(503) 362-9885


Oregon Food Bank
7900 NE 33rd Drive
Portland – OR, 97238
(503) 282-0555
A leading non-profit in the state. Can provide referrals and information. This location distributes hundreds of thousands of pounds of groceries, canned goods, and non-perishable foodstuff to regional pantries, which then pass it out to the general Oregon population.


Yamhill County Food Bank
800 Ne 2nd St.
Mcminnville – Oregon, 97128
Telephone – (503) 472-0457


Stayton Community Food Bank
Address: 347 E Ida St.
Stayton – OR, 97383
(503) 769-4088


Grande Ronde Community Resource Center Food Bank
8715 Grand Ronde Rd
Grand Ronde – OR, 97347
Dial (503) 879-5773


Toledo Pantry – Trinity United Methodist Church 
383 NE Beech
Toledo Oregon 97391
(541)336-2450
The needy can get everything from a hot meal to assistance at Christmas.


Grande Ronde Community Resource Center
8725 Grand Ronde Rd
Grand Ronde – OR, 97347
(503) 879-5731


The Klamath Lake County Food Bank
Main address – 3231 Maywood Dr.
Klamath Falls – OR, 97603
Call (541) 882-1223
Free emergency boxes of groceries, brown bags for lunches, and other items are served.


South Clatsop County Food Bank
Main address – 880 Avenue A
Seaside – OR, 97138
Dial the food bank at (503) 738-9800 for intake


Josephine County Food Bank-Food Bank Josephine County
1470 SE M St.# 1C
Grants Pass – OR, 97526
Dial 541 479-5556


Food pantries from Salvation Army
This non-profit has several locations across Oregon. Holiday meals, gifts, food boxes, summer lunches for children, and other food aid is provided.


St Michael the Archangel Social Services 
424 SW Mill St.
Portland OR 97201
(503)228-0842
Helps senior citizens, the poor, and unemployed, regardless of religion or background.


Lift Urban Portland
Address: 1808 NW Irving St.
Portland Oregon 97209
Dial (503)221-1224 for hours.
This non-profit supports the entire county. Canned food, perishable goods, and other items are provided to families in poverty or those Oregon households in a crisis.


New Hope Missionary Baptist 
3837 N Gantenbein Ave Portland OR 97227
Phone number is (503)282-8960


Neighborhood House Community Services
7780 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland OR 97219
(503)246-1663
May have surplus government commodities, Summer meals for teenagers, Thanksgiving meals, and more.


Oregon Food Bank – Northeast Portland 
7900 N.E. 33rd Drive
Portland, OR 97211
503-282-0555
Provides food assistance to all of Multnomah County Oregon, often in partnership with local charities and non-profits.


Oregon Food Bank West – Beaverton
1870 N.W. 173rd Ave.
Beaverton, OR 97006
503-439-6510


Southeast Oregon Regional Food Bank
773 S. Oregon Street
Ontario, OR 97914
541-889-9206


The Regional Food Bank of Tillamook County
2105 Fourth Street
Tillamook, Oregon 97141
Phone number 503-842-3154
The location may offer canned goods, fruits/vegetables, paper products, and personal toiletries to the needy.


Turner Christian Food Bank
7871 Marion Rd. SE
Turner OR 97392
Primary number is (503)743-2119


Trinity Lutheran Church 
Address: 5520 NE Killingsworth St.
Portland Oregon 97218
(503)288-1055

 


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