Curbside Distribution Hours:
Wednesday: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Friday: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Donations are accepted at the rear of the warehouse-Best Buy Dates Must be Current & Packaging Secure.
NO #10 cans; large/bulk food items needing short sacking; home canned items or expired products will be accepted
19118 63rd Avenue NE
Arlington WA 98223
Arlington Community Food Bank's Response to COVID-19
Arlington Community Food Bank's commitment to ensuring no one goes hungry in North Snohomish County continues. We offer curbside grocery service in a safe and accessible environment. We are working hard to provide fresh produce, breads, sweets, dairy and quality meats. Our volunteer team takes pride in personally selecting the best ingredients to meet your weekly grocery needs.
To limit your exposure, as well as our amazing volunteers, clients are asked to remain in their vehicle until their groceries are delivered to your vehicle at which time you can safely load, you are asked to return your cart to our curbside entrance area. Thank you for helping us keep our facility safe so we can continue to provide services for the community. If you are unable to access drive-up services and need special home delivery, contact us at 360.435.1631 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Face covers available
In response the COVID-19, Washington State requires all businesses ensure their customers or clients are wearing face coverings. The City of Arlington and Arlington Community Food Bank are working together to providing face coverings to clients and community members in need. Anyone meeting income eligibility guidelines may pickup two face clothes per family member during regular distribution hours.
Face clothes are available at Arlington Community Food Bank at 19118 63rd Avenue in Arlington (near the airport and Arlington Fire Station 47).
Clients may pick up face masks during normal distribution hours: Mondays 5-6pm, Wednesdays 5:30-7pm, or Fridays11:30am-1pm. Clients who want only face masks (not picking up food) must still line up with other clients, upon reaching the parking attendant, can simply request face masks.
Arlington Students will not go Hungry during the COVID-19 REMOTE LEARNING
In partnership with the Arlington School District and the City of Arlington, FREE “to go” meals will be available for any child at desiganted ASD location or Arlington Food Bank. Meals will include breakfast, lunch and snacks. For APS District information: www.asd.wednet.edu.
These meals are FREE and available to any child, whether they are currently enrolled in school, or not.
Rethinking food Banking
We work hard to secure an abundance of fresh produce, dairy, breads, sweet bakery items and quality meat products for families in our community. We partner with NOAH animal shelter and are proud to offer dog and cat food for furry friends too. Together, we can end hunger. It's going to require an active partnership between the vast network of charities, food banks, governments, and the private sector. We're grateful to have YOU on our side.
Remind your friends, family and neighbors-it's okay to need help. Whether it's on social media or in person, let the people in your life know you don't judge them for needing help. Everyone needs help sometimes, especially these days. Arlington Food bank is here to help anyone who can benefit. Utilizing food bank services can free up funds for other essentials such as rent, utilities, medicine, fuel, clothing and other personal needs. NO ID REQUIRED. Guests self-declare income is within 400% of Federal Poverty Guidelines (email@example.com. Ex: Family of 4 earning <$104,800 qualifies.)
The Arlington Community Food Bank's mission is to ensure no one in North Snohomish County goes hungry and end hunger at its root cause.
1 in 8 people face hunger in Western Washington. 1 in 5 of them are kids. Most food bank guests have jobs and nearly all visitors have homes. Financial and medical difficulties force many people to choose between food, utilities, and medicine. In other words, people just like you and I struggle.
Hunger impacts all of us. Hungry children can't learn, hungry adults are less productive and miss work more frequently, and hungry seniors often must choose between medicine and food.
With the generosity of businesses, organizations and individuals, we are able to offer relief and help end hunger in our neighborhoods.
Making A Difference
“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see” Mark Twain
Look for the Brown Barrels!
Dozens of participating businesses are committed to helping end hunger in our community and making it easier for you to help. Bring your non-perishables/toiletries/pet food/baby products to these amazing local businesses to help us end hunger in the great Stillaguamish Valley!
A few important things to remember:
No LARGE/BULK items - we can't 'short sac' at the food bank
No expired food please
No home canned items
C. Don Filer Insurance Agency
Coastal Community Bank – Smokey Point
First Financial Northwest Bank
Primary Residential Mortgage
Safeway, Downtown Arlington
Walker Coffee Co.
Food Donation Drop-Off at Rear of our Warehouse
Monday-Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm
Monday Evenings 4:00pm- 6:00pm
Wednesday Evenings 4:00pm - 6:00pm
NOTE: Our After-Hours donation bin is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 safety precautions and illegal dumping.
Donation area is to the REAR of our warehouse following our north driveway
For safety, please remain in your vehicle and have donations ready in your trunk where a volunteer can easily collect 'Contact Free'
No Large/Bulk Items
No Expired Items
No Home-canned Items
Arlington Community Food Bank
19118 63rd Avenue NE
Arlington WA, 98223