360.435.1631

©2019  Arlington Community Food Bank

*HOURS OF SERVICE:

Monday: 11:30am -1:00pm

Wednesday: 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Friday: 11:30am to 1:00pm

*Operating procedures have been updated to reflect FEMA emergency response distribution guidelines due to COVID-19 

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ADDRESS:

19118 63rd Avenue NE
Arlington WA 98223

 

CONTACT:
360.435.1631
info@arlingtonfoodbank.org

Arlington Community Food Bank's Response to COVID-19

Arlington Community Food Bank will continue to provide service, however our facility, itself, will be closed to the public. The food bank will continue to provide groceries in packed boxes in order to limit exposure for clients, staff and volunteers.

The parking lot will open 1/2 hour prior to service with an attendant directing parking. In adopting the FEMA procedures of emergency response of distribution, we will distribute one service per vehicle. Additional household units are required to provide current proof residency (utility bill). We apologize for the inconvenience this will cause for many families. We encourage you to practice safe distancing and for your family unit to travel to the food bank independently.

Clients are asked to remain in their vehicle. Prepared groceries will be delivered next to your vehicle at which time you can safely load, you are asked to leave your cart curbside. Thank you for helping us keep our facility safe so we can continue to provide services for our community. If you have been compromised by COVID-19, please call 360.435.1631 or email info@arlingtonfoodbank.org to request special arrangements for your groceries.

Arlington Students will not go Hungry during the COVID-19 School Closures

In partnership with the Arlington School District and the City of Arlington, FREE “to go” meals will be available for any child through age 18 at desiganted pick-up sites. Meals will include breakfast and lunch and will be available Monday through Friday 10:30am-12:30pm throughout the district closure.

Meals will be available via ASD Bus Route 'Hot Spots'. Distribution sites can be found at www.asd.wednet.edu.

These meals are FREE and available to any child, whether they are currently enrolled in school, or not.

We thank you all for your support during these unprecedented times, and continue to ask for DONATIONS through our website 

Updated Food Bank Services

As recommended by the Department of Health and Center for Disease Control, current recommended preventative steps to reduce the risk of spreading any viral respiratory infections have been implemented at the Arlington Community Food Bank.

The Arlington Community Food Bank will continue to provide all services, however, the interior facility will be closed to the public. The Food Bank will continue to provide groceries in packed boxes in order to limit exposure for clients, staff and volunteers. Clients are asked to remain in their vehicle. A prepared box of groceries will be delivered to your vehicle for you to load and leave your cart curbside. If you have been compromised with COVID-19, please call us at 360.435.1631 or email us at info@arlingtonfoodbank.org to request your groceries.

Arlington Community Food Bank’s "Meals ‘til Monday"  weekend supplemental food program has been expanded to ensure no child goes hungry during these trying times. 

Meal packs is partnering with ASD & will be available via Arlington Public Schools Transportation Department. Visit www.asd.wednet.edu for current distribution sites. This program is completely FREE to students in need. This program is funded through the generosity of individual donors and grants from groups like the Rotary Club of Arlington & Coastal Community Bank Employee Giving Fund.

The Arlington Community Food Bank's mission is to help end hunger in our community 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.

 

Activities

Making A Difference

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see” Mark Twain

Diet Salad

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!

Arlington Pharmacy

Arlington Coop

Banner Bank

C. Don Filer Insurance Agency

Cascade Kropz

Coastal Community Bank – Smokey Point

First Financial Northwest Bank

Heritage Bank

Moe’s Espresso

PA Fitness

Primary Residential Mortgage

Safeway, Downtown Arlington

S&S Roofing

Steins Taphouse
Stillaguamish Athletic Club

Symmetry Chiropractic

Trio Salon

Food Donation Drop-Off

  • Monday        9:00am - 1:00pm

  • Wednesday  2:30pm - 7:00pm

  • Friday           9:00am - 1:00pm

  • Non-Perishable donations can be dropped anytime in our 'After-Hours Bin located near the front entrance.

  • Donation area is to the rear of our warehouse

  • For safety, please remain in your vehicle and have donations ready in your trunk where a volunteer can easily collect 'Contact Free'

 
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Arlington Community Food Bank

19118 63rd Avenue NE
Arlington WA, 98223

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