Due to high demand, we require registration at some Pop-up pantries. Check our website for site-specific details.
Please wear layers and bring sun protection, as all our Pop-up pantries are outdoors. For Pop-up pantry sites that require registration, please bring an ID and proof of address. Once enrolled at the pantry, you simply bring your pantry card each week to participate.
No. All are welcome at our pantries regardless of immigration status.
Pop-up pantries that are currently at capacity are no longer listed on our website.
The selection of items at the pantry will vary according to availability, but our distributions usually include an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, a protein item (eggs, frozen chicken, or frozen pork), and a grain like rice. Sometimes juice, milk, spices, and other items are also available.
Our average portion is about 25 lbs. of food per household. If you are arriving on foot, we recommend bringing a cart. At our Drive-thru pantries, the distribution is larger.
Though items can vary a little day to day, we generally provide a similar amount and variety of food at most of our walk-up pantries. At our walk-up pantries we need to be conscious of how much food participants are able to carry on foot, so, unfortunately, we are not able to provide the same portions we provide at our two drive-thru distributions.
We know that this is a difficult time for so many of our neighbors and we ask that you attend only one pantry per week to ensure there is enough food for everyone else in need.
Unfortunately, we are only able to provide one equal portion per all household sizes.
If you are registered at a pop-up food pantry, you can ask someone pickup your portion using your pantry card.
We will continue to offer Pop-up pantries until demand or resources decrease.
We have multiple Pop-up pantries each day. To find an option that works for you, please call 211 or visit our Find Food Page.
You may contact our team at the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank at 415-820-1699.
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