We partner with approximately 150 food pantries and soup kitchens across Alaska to provide food resources to our neighbors in need.
Everyone is welcome at our partner agencies to receive food. Our Food Distribution Calendars provide information on where you can find a hot meal or food pantry in Anchorage and Mat-Su. A map of statewide locations is also provided below.
Contact information provided may be limited for some sites. For additional questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile Food Pantry
Food bank of Alaska’s mobile food pantry travels to many different areas of need across Anchorage. A short intake form is filled out onsite; no pre-registration or referrals required. Clients are welcome to attend whichever distribution site works best for them.
What to know before you go:
- Our mobile food pantries are primarily drive-thru format.
- Food distributions take place on a first-come, first-served basis and are while supplies last.
- Each household receives an assortment of produce and shelf-stable foods.
- We welcome anyone in need of food assistance to join us – no identification or requirements needed.
*In the event of an emergency, we may have to cancel Mobile Food Pantries with little notice for the safety of our staff and neighbors. Please check FBA’s Facebook, Twitter, and website for the latest updates. We apologize for any inconveniences these cancellations may cause.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) – Senior Boxes: Program designed to supplement the nutrition of seniors in need. Food Bank of Alaska coordinates distribution of monthly CSFP boxes to eligible clients through a network of partner agencies.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP): Food Bank of Alaska helps 58 partners, 46 of them in rural Alaska, feed their hungry neighbors through TEFAP of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Meals on Wheels America: Search for local agencies delivering hot food to homebound seniors.