Market Hours w/Holiday Essentials
Inclement Weather Policy - We follow Arlington Public School's Safety Plan. Should school be canceled, we will be closed for the entire day. If there is a late start, there will be no Friday afternoon Market Hours or Mobile Market Routes. This is for our customer's safety, as well as the volunteers. Please be safe.
Christmas essentials will be on the shelves
December 16, 19, 21 & 23 (1 service/pp)
MARKET CLOSED DEC 26, 28, 30 & Jan 2
Anyone needing grocery assistance is welcome -
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and
proud member of the Snohomish County Food Bank Coalition.
No ID required.
Donation Hours: M-F 9am-12pm | M & W 4-6pm
Current 'Best By' dates & packaging secure.
NO #10 cans; large/bulk food items needing short sacking; home
canned items or expired products will be accepted.
Donations area is at the rear of the warehouse - NO AFTER HOURS/ILLEGAL DUMPING, it invites rodents and trespassers/vandalism.
of Arlington Food Bank
19118 63rd Avenue NE
Arlington WA 98223
Arlington Community Food Bank's
Commitment to Customers
Arlington Food Bank's commitment to ensuring no one goes hungry in North Snohomish County continues. Offering a market-style experience, shoppers simply grab a cart, browse the selections and check out when ready.
We strive to provide fresh & local produce, breads, bakery items,
dairy, quality meats, and other pantry essentials.
With local donor support, help from area grocery stores and
our partner agencies Food Lifeline & Northwest Harvest,
we are proud to offer this option.
If you are unable to access the food bank due to limited
mobility or lack of transportation, visit the
"Mobile Market" page for schedule and routes that may be closer to you.
If the Market & Mobile Market are not an option,
we offer home delivery - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Arlington School District Students wON'T go HungrY with meals 'TIL monday packs
In partnership with the Arlington School District, FREE supplemental meals are available for any student in Arlington School District. Meal Packs may be picked up at any Arlington Public School weekly. Meal packs include breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack items to alleviate childhood hunger during non-school days. To register for a supplemental meal pack, visit any Arlington Public School office or speak with any school counselor or teacher. Meal packs are also available at the food bank during regular distribution hours. Meals are FREE and available to any student, including home-school students. No financial documentation or ID is required.
thank you for supporting your community with A DONATION through our website
Rethinking food Banking
We work hard to secure an abundance of fresh produce, dairy, breads, 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-because everyone can use a little help sometimes.
Arlington Food bank is for 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 or address verification will ever be required. Guests self-declare income is within 400% of Federal Poverty Guidelines. (email@example.com. Example: A family of 4 earning <$106,000 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 7 people face hunger in Western Washington. 1 in 5 of them are kids. Most food bank customers 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
Look for the Brown Barrels!
Local businesses are committed to helping fight hunger in our community and making it easier for you to help. Bring your non-perishables/toiletries/pet food/baby products, etc. to these amazing local businesses to help us end hunger in the greater Stillaguamish Valley.
A few important things to remember:
No LARGE/BULK items
No expired food please
No home canned items
1-800 Got Junk
Angel of the Winds Casino & Resort
Arlington Grocery Outlet
Coastal Community Banks -
Downtown & Smokey Point Branches
First Financial Northwest Bank
Glen Eagle Country Club & Restaurant
Hazel Blue Acres Blueberry Farm
Stillaguamish Athletic Club
Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”
Donations are accepted at the rear of our warehouse, entrance at our north driveway.
Mondays - Fridays 9am - 12pm
Monday evenings 4pm-6pm
Wednesday evenings 4pm-6pm
No after-hours donations please. It encourages rodents and illegal activity. All donations must have current best buy dates. No #10 can or large bulk items, no home canned goods or partially opened products.