With the ever-increasing costs of medical care, gasoline, groceries and many other items, more people are turning to food banks as a way to meet their needs and the needs of their families.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program, sponsored by the Department of Community Trade and Economic Development, helps people in Washington get food at 320 food banks across the state and through tribal voucher programs with 32 tribes. Many food banks offer food from every nutritional group, as well as baby items and personal care products.
Basic Information / Updates
As a citizen of Washington state, there is likely a food bank near you . Just find the name of the county you live in, then look for the name of the food bank after the county name. This map will give you the address, cross streets and nearby landmarks to help you find the food bank closest to you.
|Colville Confederated Tribes||Small Tribes Organization of Western Washington|
|Jamestown S'Klallam Indian Tribe||Snoqualmie Indian Tribe|
|Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe||South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency|
|Lummi Indian Business Council||Spokane Tribe|
|Muckelshoot Tribe||Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians|
|Nooksack Indian Tribe||Swinomish Indian Tribal Community|
|Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe||The Tulalip Tribes|
|Quileute Tribal Council||Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation|
|Quinault Indian Nation|