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Ongoing Programs


Seniors (65+) Only Food Distribution

Seniors, are you living on a fixed income? Skipping meals to save money? Raising grandchildren? Paying for medicine or pet food before you buy groceries?
Meeting basic needs can mean making hard choices. If your budget does not cover everything, the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank can help.

Use a shopping cart while you select the foods that you like. Fresh ingredients for home-cooked meals and no-cook options are available.


KidVantage – Partnership Program

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank has formed a partnership with KidVantage to help families provide basic needs for keeping their kids safe and happy. Along with baby food and diapers, other needs that EBC can help with are cribs, clothing, booster seats and car seats. Visit the main office to learn more.

When is it?

Tuesday 3:00pm - 6:15pm
Wednesday 9:30am - 4:15pm
Thursday 10:00am – 1:00pm

When is it?

Every Thursday, 10:00am - 11:30am, WALK IN - NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY


Snoqualmie Valley Pet Food Bank

Many of our clients have four legged companions that need food too.
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is the host site for the Snoqualmie Valley Pet Food Bank. To register for the program visit the pet food bank on the first Wednesday of any month.

When is it?

The first Wednesday of each month the pet food bank provides cat and dog food during our distribution hours from 9:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m


Essentials Distribution

St. Clare Episcopal Church of North Bend distributes essential non-food household items like shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towels, socks, etc. The items vary each month, and you must be registered with the food bank to receive items.

When is it?

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month from 9:30am - 4:15 pm



Meals for the Break

Nutrition Matters – and SVFB is here to help see to it. School breaks present challenges to families to provide healthy meals for their growing children. SVFB meets this nutrition gap by providing breakfast, lunch and snack items each Wednesday in addition to regular groceries.

Families with children enrolled in the Snoqualmie Valley School District may sign up for this program at Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank main office.

If you would like to help, view our list of kid friendly foods that can be donated specifically to the Summer Kids Meals program. Donations can be dropped off at the food bank.

When is it?

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Holiday Giving Tree Program

We are partnering with the Kiwanis for the Annual Holiday Giving Tree Program. Families with children up to 18 years old may sign up in the food bank main office Tuesday between3:00pm - 6:15pm or Wednesday between 9:30am - 4:15pm. If you are interested in supporting this program, look for the Giving Trees in our local businesses decorated with gift tags with suggested gifts for children. You can bring unwrapped gifts to the participating giving tree locations or Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank during our donation drop off times.

When is it?

Sign up will be announced near the holidays

Every Wednesday during Winter, Mid-Winter, Spring and Summer Breaks: 9:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.


Back to School Supplies

It's important to start the new school year off with the right supplies. We partner with Mt. Si Lutheran church to make sure that kids can start the new school year backpacks for elementary-aged children, and backpacks and school supplies for middle and high school students.

When is it?

Will be announced near the beginning of the school year

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