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Whatcom 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.


Whatcom County Health Department
The office is at 360.676.6724
Women and children can sign up for government aid from Women, Infants and Children (WIC).


Bellingham Food Bank
Address is 1824 Ellis St.
Bellingham, Washington, 98225
Phone:(360) 676-0392
This non-profit has a food distribution service a few times per week. The hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12:30-3:00 and Wednesday 5:00-7:00. The program run is called Alternatives to Hunger.


Blaine Food Bank
Address is 500 C St
Blaine, WA, 98231
Telephone number – (360) 332-6350
The pantry can be used at most once per week, and it offers free food in an emergency.


Christ the King Community Church – Food Bank
Location is 5373 Guide Meridian St D-5
Bellingham, Washington, 98226
(360) 733-1337
The location supports all of Whatcom County. Free Thanksgiving and Christmas meals are also offered. There may also be small gifts for children.


Ferndale Food Bank
The center is at WTA Transfer Station Property, 1671 Main St
Ferndale, WA, 98248
For hours, dial (360) 384-1506
The charity supports families in poverty as well as the homeless.


Whatcom County Love INC (In the name of Christ)
Phone – 360.671.6201
The church offers food, clothing, non-perishable items, furniture and basic needs.


Foothills Food Bank
Main location is 6210 Mt. Baker Hwy
Deming, WA, 98244


Hope House
Main site is at 207 Kentucky Street
Bellingham, WA, 98226
Telephone number is (360) 671-8702
Emergency food is on site. Other support includes clothing for work or school, free diapers, personal hygiene, and vouchers for use at a clothing bank.


Lummi Indian Tribe Pantry
2830 Kwina Road, Bldg Z-5
Bellingham, WA, 98226
Call (360) 384-2366


Lynden Project Hope Food Bank
Primary address 205 South B.C. Avenue Suite 105
Lynden, WA, 98264
Telephone: (360) 354-4673


Opportunity Council
Phone: 360.734.5121
The local community action agency. Staff can process applications to SNAP food stamps and refer clients to grants and other support.


Nooksack, Everson and Sumas Valley Food Bank
204 N Washington St.
Everson, WA, 98247
(360) 966-3748


Project Hope
205 South BC Avenue Suite 105
Lynden, Washington, 98264
Min phone:(360) 354-4673
Emergency food is offered. Other services in Whatcom includes a Meals on Wheels service for senior citizens. There is even transitional housing on site.


Saint Vincent de Paul – Sacred Heart Church
Location is 1110 14th St
Bellingham, WA, 98225
Call (360) 734-2850
Gasoline vouchers are offered, free food, and other financial support.


Salvation Army – Bellingham
2912 Northwest Ave
Bellingham, Washington, 98225
Phone:(360) 733-1410
The non-profit supports all of Whatcom County. A thrift store is on site. Other programs include a pantry and soup kitchen.


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