We are proud to be affiliated with many non-profit organizations who work hard to support those in need throughout our region and state. We share a unifying mission to help the hungry and help our neighbors.
For food assistance outside of Pierce County, Washington, click on the Food Lifeline logo to visit their website and then click on the link on their top tool bar entitled “Need Food?”.
Food Lifeline Website: https://foodlifeline.org
Toll Free: 877-404-7543
For food assistance in the state of Washington, click on the Northwest Harvest logo to visit their website and then click on the button on the bottom right side of their home page entitled: “Need food? We can help”.
Northwest Harvest website: http://www.northwestharvest.org/
Sumner Community Food Bank receives monthly food deliveries from Northwest Harvest, and also shares bulk surpluses of fresh food when it cannot be fully utilized by our local community prior to spoiling. This ensures that we are best stewards of the food that is generously donated to us.
United Way of Pierce County is another good resource if you need help of any kind.
Call South Sound 2-1-1, a comprehensive information and referral service, as your first step in connecting with essential health and human resources, including assistance with counseling, health care, housing and shelter and much more.
South Sound 2-1-1 call center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with 24-hour voice mail.
call toll free at 1-877-211-WASH (9274)
email United Way, including your zip code or telephone number: firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Way of Pierce County Website: www.uwpc.org
If you live in Pierce County, WA, outside of our service area, and have food or other needs, Emergency Food Network may be able to help you.
Click on the Emergency Food Network logo to visit their website, and then click on the link at the top right side of their toolbar entitled “Get Help”. You’ll find information for food and other kinds of assistance.
The Emergency Food Network is not a food bank - they are a referral service that can help you find other food banks and services.
Emergency Food Network Website: http://efoodnet.org
Sumner Community Food Bank receives weekly food deliveries from Emergency Food Network, and also shares bulk surpluses of fresh food when it cannot be fully utilized by our local community prior to spoiling. This ensures that we are best stewards of the food that is generously donated to us.