In Washington, over 1.1 million people rely on food stamps in order to eat.

The need for food assistance is steadily increasing.  For an average household, SNAP benefits only amount to a maximum of $7 per day. More and more people are seeking food banks and other resources in order to survive, and Centerstone’s Food Bank is here to help. Last year Centerstone’s Food Bank provided over 52,000 bags of food to Seattle residents.

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About the Program

Our food bank provides food and non-grocery items three days a week to Seattle residents in need.

  • Items available in our Food Bank include fresh produce, meat, dairy items, bread, canned and nonperishable goods, and non-grocery items (shampoo, toothpaste, paper towels, etc.).
  • Formula and baby supplies may also be available.


Are you eligible?

Our food bank provides food and non-grocery items three days a week to all Seattle residents in need.

Some food items are provided by the federal government and available only for people who live within 98102, 98112, 98122. Please bring a picture ID, utility or medical bill, or other printed document to verify your address.

The Food Bank provides a home delivery service for elderly and verifiably homebound individuals. In order to receive this service, you must live within 98112, 98122, or 98102. If you or someone you know would benefit from having a food bag delivered one day per week, please call (206) 812-4970 to inquire about being placed on the list.

Food Bank Hours

Our Food Bank is open three days each week. In extreme weather conditions, please call ahead to ensure the Food Bank is open for business. If you are on our home delivery route, food is delivered every Thursday.

  • Monday — Closed
  • Tuesday — 11am—4pm
  • Wednesday — 12pm—4pm
  • Thursday — 9am—1pm (Home Delivery: 10am – 3pm)
  • Friday— Closed



722 18th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

If you live outside our the city of Seattle, contact the community information line at (206) 461-3200 for a listing of other nearby food banks.