COMMUNITY FOOD BANK

The Best Nutrition for Our Community

Community Food Bank

Community Action Center | 350 SE Fairmont Rd, Pullman WA 99163
Wednesday 11 AM to 1 PM
Thursday 4 PM to 6 PM

Pullman Food Bank (Pullman Residents Only)

Pullman Child Welfare | 108 NW Stadium Way, Pullman WA 99163
Saturday 9:00 – 11:00 am

Council on Aging and Human Services

Colfax Food Pantry | 121 N Main St, Colfax
www.coacolfax.org
Second and fourth Tuesday each month 3:00 – 6:00 pm

What you can expect…BYOB (1)

Sign-in at reception desk, provide a little household information as needed.

What you will receive…

We offer families a choice in food pantry selection. You are able to select your own food, much like a grocery store. Filling your own bag allows you to better meet your personal tastes and needs.

You can help us out by bringing your own reusable bags to the Food Bank!

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Click to visit the Washington Connection SNAP website

Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) helps individuals & households with low-income buy the food they need for good health.  SNAP benefits are not cash.  SNAP benefits are provided on an electric card that is used like an ATM or bank card to buy food at most grocery stores.

The Basic Food Program helps supplement Washington residents’ diets with healthy and nutritious food.  Eligible households receive an Electronic Benefits Card (EBT) to purchase food items at participating businesses each month.

Community Action Center offers assistance with the application and recertification for SNAP benefits.  Contact Community Action Center (509-334-9147) for an appointment to assist you in completing the SNAP application.

Many seniors are going hungry, and there are solutions that make a difference! Please click here to go to AgingInPlace.org’s Senior Hunger information page!

If we have helped you with information or helped with your SNAP application, tell us how we did: please click HERE to complete the CAC SNAP Satisfaction Survey!

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Click to visit Washington Connection, Your Link to Services

The bread room is open every day for families to choose from donated food items, including bakery goods, canned goods, and produce. The selections are from our own food bank gardens, local growers, individuals, and grocers.

The Council on Aging and Human Services is the lead agency responsible for countywide distribution by the USDA Temporary Food Assistance Program.

In Palouse, Rosalia, Garfield, LaCrosse, Malden/Pine City, St. John, Oakesdale, Endicott, Tekoa, Colton/Uniontown and Colfax community volunteers distribute food to those who come into our commodity distribution sites. Call or check your newspapers for specific dates and times.

Emergency Food Assistance

Community Action’s Emergency Food Assistance offers help to those who need a little more nutritional food each month. Access is encouraged once a month, but individual needs vary and more food may be available. Nutritional counseling referrals, information on food purchases, meal preparation, and household budget assistance are also available.

How well have we done serving you and your community? Complete this easy survey to let us know…

Tell us about your visit

How well have we helped you with information or your application for Basic Food & SNAP benefits? Complete this easy survey to let us know…

TAKE SNAP “Basic Food” SERVICE SURVEY