Food Assistance

Hunger Fighters Oregon

Hunger Fighters Oregon, a local nonprofit organization, operates a food pantry at 4 Monroe Parkway in Lake Oswego.

All are welcome at Hunger Fighters; they do not require proof of need and do not restrict by address. Guests of Hunger Fighters may shop two times per calendar month. Guests may shop any two days in a calendar month. If you need food assistance or would like to volunteer, please email

Donations of non-expired, non-perishable items can be left anytime in the enclosed donation bin located outside the pantry garage door. Please do not leave expired food in their bin - they are not able to use it.

Hunger Fighters is open three days a week: Wednesday from 5-7 p.m., Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Sunday from 3-5 p.m.

Please visit the website at for the most updated information.

Tualatin Food Pantry

Tualatin Food Pantry  is a community organized food pantry that serves residents of Tualatin, Durham, Lake Oswego, West Linn, and Wilsonville. Clients are able to access emergency foods boxes with up to five days’ worth of food and personal supplies twice per month. As a partner agency of the Oregon Food Bank, they work together to eliminate hunger and ensure food access. 

The Tualatin Food Pantry operates similar to a neighborhood grocery store. You select the food that your family needs.
Phone:  503-783-0721
Address:  3550 SW Borland Rd, Tualatin (located on lower level of Rolling Hills Community Church)

Oregon Food Bank 

The Oregon Food Bank partners with communities and organizations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington to make it easy for everyone to access free, nutritious food. These options are community based and accessible to all. At many free food locations, you can also connect with additional services, such as nutrition support and affordable health insurance. You can find more information on the Oregon Food Bank website.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides monthly food benefits to help you buy healthy food. This program helps people pay for groceries, learn about nutrition, and get job training and support. SNAP helps you stretch your food budget, but may not meet all your food needs. For more information and to check eligibility requirements, visit Oregon Department of Human Services.

Other Food Programs

  • Our partners at @211info have information on more than 1,000 different food programs. For more information call 211 or visit