Food Banks & Meal Sites
Meal sites are offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner during specific hours. Our Community Events calendar will provide you with the details of meal sites.
It is encouraged to call ahead of time as this service to the community is based on availability.
Food banks serve specific ZIP codes; you may need to bring proof of your address, e.g. photo ID or a piece of mail, in order to benefit from the items they can provide.
Our partners at 2nd Harvest has provided a website to connect you to a food bank or pantry.
Another excellent resource is the interactive map of food banks provided by Northwest Harvest. You can find the closest food banks and meal sites based on your specific zip code.
The Meals on Wheels program serves our community of vulnerable senior citizens. Program eligibility is required for the delivery of hot and frozen meals.
SPS is offering grab & go meals – a breakfast and a lunch together – for any child aged 0-18, or currently enrolled in high school, at the locations listed in the link below from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
YES, that's any student, even those who don't attend Spokane Public Schools!
*Updated March 23, 2020
Distribution centers include schools and community locations with specific pick-up window times.