Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services is committed to connecting neighbors in need with services and providers to address the socioeconomic issues of our community. Current partnerships with over 220 local agencies allow us to distribute food to individuals and families in under-served areas throughout Sacramento County. To find a food distribution near you, enter your zip code below and click on any blue dot for the Partner Agency's location and hours of operation. Please read any notes for special instructions relevant to that distribution. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services relies on Partner Agencies to update distribution and meal schedules. If possible, please call the Partner Agency before making plans to attend a distribution.
Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services also offers free, fresh fruits and vegetables through Produce for All distributions which occur in various locations throughout Sacramento County. For more information on hours and locations, visit the Produce for All Web page.
PLEASE NOTE: To find a distribution near you, enter your zip code below and select which (only select one) day of the week you would like to go.
Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services is here to make a county-wide change to the broken food system. Through community support, Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services provides emergency groceries to families in need through Partner Agencies, six days per week. In an effort to move families toward self-sufficiency, grocery items such as fresh vegetables and fruit, grains and dairy are distributed instead of hot meals. In 2017-18, SFBFS' Partner Agencies had 1,087,719 visits and distributed over 19.5 million pounds of fresh groceries to the community. Our quality groceries come from a variety of sources including donations from local grocery stores, regional farms and the community.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provides an overview of health per county. Check out the County Health Rankings to see how Sacramento County compares to other counties in regards to children living in poverty, unemployment or rate of adult onset diabetes. A by-product of these issues is food insecurity, the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.