Feeding Our Neighbors in Need
For over 40 years, the Puyallup Food Bank has been serving the Puyallup Valley and has volunteered millions of meals and man-hours into making sure that no one goes hungry. And, you can help too! Just click the button below to learn how you can help by donating or volunteering today!
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Just $10 Can Feed A Family of 4
The Puyallup Food Bank serves ten tons of food a week and over sixteen thousand people a year by the generosity of the community. Your generous donation of only $10 can help provide 12 meals for a family of 4.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Can I Get Help?
Our goal is to provide enough food to feed each member of your family for three days. The amount given directly reflects the amount that has been donated, and we may not be able to always meet this goal. We may also offer other items such as pet food, personal hygiene and other sundry household items as supplies allow. For information on qualifying and setting up an appointment, click the button below.
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Where Is The Food Bank Located?
We are on 23rd Street SE, just off of East Main. It’s right across the street from the golf course and behind the veterinary clinic, just up the hill. Visit our contact page for a map and contact information.
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How Can I Help?
If you would like to get involved and help the food bank you can do so in many ways. You can help by donating in person, donating online, or organizing a food drive or fundraiser. We are also always looking for volunteers to help with appointment setting, handing out food, and picking up food and supplies from local businesses. If you would like to get involved please click the button below for more information.
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What About Non-Food Items?
We try to help with other needs as we can. We have programs to provide gifts to children in need, personal hygiene items and pet food as our supplies allow. If you have non-food needs please get in touch so we can see how we can help.
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