If you need food for you or your family, we’re here to help.
Find Help During COVID-19 Emergency
During these uncertain times, many of the Capital Area Food Bank’s partners remain open to serve the community. However, information may change as the current situation progresses. You may continue to use the Food Bank Network below to identify partners in your area, but please call ahead of time to verify hours and ensure the partner is able to provide goods and services at this time.
The Capital Area Food Bank is working diligently with Community Hub Partners who have committed to remaining open. If you cannot find a resource or partner available near you, please visit the CAFB COVID-19 Emergency Response page to find a Community Hub Partner in your area.
The Food Bank Network
Find food and other services in your neighborhood
Whether you could use a weekly bag of groceries or need assistance with housing, transportation, or other issues you’re facing, there’s a community organization willing to help. And many are right in your neighborhood.
To find places you can turn for help, enter your zip code below.
Get help finding food today
When you call our Hunger Lifeline, we can help you find local pantries, kitchens serving free meals, and other organizations that can assist you with emergency food help.
Call: (202) 644-9807