For those facing hunger, access to food assistance is critical. Connect with these organizations for information on gaining access to food and achieving food security.
Farmers Market Fund works to make healthy, locally grown food accessible to underserved Oregonian through SNAP-match efforts at farmers markets and other collaborations.
Food Pantries, an independent organization that is not associated with any government agency or other nonprofit organization, maintains a list of food banks in Oregon.
Gorge Grown Food Network aims to build an inclusive, resilient regional food system that improves the health and well-being of our community.
Participants in the Oregon Farm Direct Nutrition Program receive green $4.00 checks to spend on fresh, locally-grown fruits, vegetables, and cut edible herbs directly with authorized farmers. The program's online directory lists farm stands and farmers market locations to find farmers authorized to accept Farm Direct checks issued to families enrolled in the WIC (Women, Infants and Children) program and income-eligible seniors.
Oregon Food Bank is here to help you and your family find food assistance. Use the Food Bank's FoodFinder to search for a food pantry or pick-up site near you.
The Oregon Health Authority provides a WIC Program to deliver Special Supplemental Nutrition Program (SNAP) for Women, Infants and Children
The Oregon Hunger Task Force was created by the State Legislature to act as a resource within government and as a statewide advocate for Oregonians who are hungry or at risk of hunger. The Task Force works collaboratively with stakeholders throughout Oregon to promote community awareness, compile research, and develop proposals for government action
Looking for resources to help afford groceries? SNAP helps you keep healthy food on the table, so you don't have to choose between things like medicine, rent or food. Applying is easy and Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon are happy to help.