Emergency Food Box sites receive foods like USDA commodities and frozen and fresh foods through NeighborImpact. They are also supported through local drives and donations.
You must meet certain income requirements to receive a USDA food box. You need to sign a form saying that you meet the requirements. Find out where and when you can get an emergency food box and who to call for more information.
Some meal sites occasionally have Spanish-speaking volunteers.
Many meal sites receive foods like USDA commodities and frozen and fresh foods through NeighborImpact, however NeighborImpact does not operate a meal site directly. Meal sites are also supported by local food drives and donations.
Individuals and families are eligible for a hot meal as often as you want. Find out where and when you can get a sack lunch or hot meal.
Brown Bag Memberships (NeighborImpact)
(Serves Bend, Sisters and Redmond)
Phone: (503) 548-2380 extension 108
The Brown Bag Membership Program is a food program run by client volunteers. The program helps people in need get fresh, nutritious foods. Anyone is welcome. You just have to sign up to become a member of the program. Find out where and when you can get food through the Brown Bag Program. Find a NeighborImpact site near you.
Note: Not all food box sites supply USDA commodities. Non-USDA agencies do not have income guidelines.