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Snohomish County-Washington-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.


Arlington Community Food Bank
127 West Cox Avenue
Arlington, Washington 98223-1014
(360) 435-1631


Carol Rowe Memorial Food Bank
828 Caspers St.
Edmonds, Washington 98020
Phone: (425) 778-5833


Concern for Neighbors (Mountlake Terrace)
425-778-7227
Free groceries, meals, and other support is provided to the less fortunate.


Darrington Food Bank
360-436-1833


Edmonds Community Services (Food pantry at Baptist church)
121 5th Avenue North
Edmonds, WA
Telephone – (425) 775-7724
Canned goods and more, such as Christmas meals and clothing, is distributed from the center. Call for hours and information.


Evergreen Gleaning Association
PO Box 811
Lake Stevens
Washington 98258


Allen Creek Community Church – Resource Exchange
The location is 7302 44th Ave NE Suite B-2
Marysville, WA, 98270
Call (360) 659-7335
The Resource Exchange food program is meant to offer Basic Subsistence to the less fortunate. The non-profit is open to everyone.


Bethlehem Lutheran
Address is 7215 51st Ave NE
Marysville, Washington 98270
Telephone number is (360) 659-2022
In addition to the pantry, there are Thanksgiving and free Christmas meal programs.


Monroe (Sky Valley)
Main address is 233 Sky River Parkway
Monroe, WA, 98272
Phone:  (360) 794-7959
Applicants need to live in the Monroe School District.


Everett United Church of Christ
2624 Rockefeller Ave
Everett, WA, 98201


CedarWood International – Food pantry and clothing closet
23010 66th Ave. West
Mountlake Terrace, Washington 98043
Call (206) 883-5132
Gently used clothing, winter attire, and other items are combined with emergency food. Fruits, milk, formula, and other supplies are available in Snohomish County.


Holy Cross Catholic Church
6915 SR 92
Lake Stevens, WA, 98258
Phone – (360) 691-2273
Free food, soup, cereal, and more is available. There are also hygiene supplies, including for women.


Take the Next Step
Address is 202 S Sams St
Monroe, WA, 98272
Call (360) 794-1022
The non-profit provides emergency food bags for those in need in Sky Valley area.


Anacortes 100 Food Bank
512 4th St
Anacortes, Washington  98221
Dial (360) 293-6445 for information
The charity is both a free food pantry and government commodity distribution site.


Bethel Baptist Church
Main address is 2625 Hoyt Ave
Everett, WA, 98201
Dial (425) 252-0249


Father’s House Community
402 S Granite Ave
Granite Falls, Washington  98252
Main Phone: (360) 691-5290
The homebound, seniors, and disabled can request home delivery. Other ways the pantry has groceries, holiday meal baskets, and other items.


Granite Falls Food Bank
Address: 215 S Granite Ave
Granite Falls, WA
Dial the pantry at  (360) 691-4253


Hands of Hope Food Bank
Dial 425-355-5985 for hours


Lake Stevens Community
2111 117th Ave NE
Lake Stevens, WA
Phone –  (425) 334-3430
Items such as peanut butter, summer snacks, free perishable food items and more is passed out.


Lynnwood Food Bank
Location is 5320 176th St SW
Lynnwood, WA, 98037
425-745-1635


Maltby Food Bank
21104 86th Avenue Southeast
Snohomish, WA 98296-7904
Call the food center at (360) 668-7900


Marysville Community Food Pantry
Location: 4150 88th St NE, Marysville
Washington 98270
Telephone – (360) 658-1054


Mill Creek Community Food Bank
The non-profit organization’s mission is to provide assistance for their neighbors in need. They are a community supported food bank operated exclusively by volunteers. The non-profit will serve people living in the 98012 area code, as well as our nearby neighbors living just outside the Mill Creek city limits. All that is needed is a photo ID along with a recent piece of mail to show you live within our service area. The Hours of the pantry are Every Thursday from 5-7pm.
Email: foodbank@hopecreekcf.org, or dial 425-876-7158. The location is Behind Gold Creek Community Church 4326 148th St. SE. Mill Creek WA 98012.


Meals on Wheels – Senior Services of Snohomish County
425-347-1229 or 1-800-824-2183
The homebound in Snohomish may receive free or low cost hot meals and lunches.


Mountlake Terrace Food Bank
425-778-7227


Mukilteo Food Bank
4514 84th St SW.
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Call the non-profit at 425-212-2653


Salvation Army (Everett)
425-259-8129
Numerous emergency assistance and food programs are offered from the pantry. Seniors, children, and the poor are the main recipients. Other assistance includes financial help for energy bills, Christmas assistance, winter coats, and referrals.


Sky Valley Food Bank (Monroe)
Po Box 724
Monroe, Washington
Phone – (360) 794-7959


Snohomish Community Food Bank
Address is 1330 Ferguson Park Road
Snohomish, Washington 98290
Phone – 360-568-7993
Free food boxes are given. Also learn about USDA programs ranging from free school lunches to Meals on Wheels for the elderly.


South Everett Community Center
425-355-6005


Stanwood/Camano Food Bank
Dial 360-629-6646 for information


Stillaguamish Seniors Food Bank
360-653-4551
Most of the assistance is for senior citizens. Boxes of Ensure are offered as well as a local, Meals on Wheels service in Snohomish County. There are also cooking classes and recreational activities.


Sultan Food Bank
360-793-0654
A regional non-profit for members of the community.


Victory Foursquare Gospel Church
Telephone – 425-651-1110


Volunteers of America (Everett)
1230 Broadway
Everett, Washington
Call (425) 259-3192 for intake


Westgate Chapel Food & Clothing Bank
Main address – 22901 Edmonds Way
Edmonds, WA 98020
Phone – 425-775-2776
Free canned food, formula, and other assistance is available. Gently used clothing may also be passed out.

Snohomish County WIC program (Women, Infants, Children)

This federal and state funded program is run out of several offices in the region. This can provide free food, infant formula, groceries, nutritional supplements to low income women, families, and their children.

  • Pregnancy Aid of Snohomish County 425-316-8929
  • Snohomish Health District – Everett Clinic 425-252-5303
  • Snohomish Health District – Lynwood Clinic 425-258-8400

Snohomish County DSHS Department of Social & Health Services

The local government agency runs the Food Stamps program, SNAP, and can administer other forms of assistance. For example, they have information on and partner with local pantries, food banks, and churches on supporting the working poor in the community. They are also a great place to learn about both state of Washington and federal government food assistance programs. Dial 1-877-501-2233, or stop by one of the offices below.

  • Alderwood 20311 52nd Ave W, Suite 100, Lynnwood
  • Everett 840 N Broadway, Suite 200, Everett
  • King Eastside 805 156th Ave NE, N40-1, Bellevue
  • Mount Vernon 900 E College Way, Suite 100, Mt Vernon
  • Skykomish Valley 19705 State Route 2, Monroe
  • Smokey Point 3704 172nd St NE, Arlington

If you find any of the information provided above is not accurate or if you like to add a new location to the listing above please email beracahsites@gmail.com


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