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Hunger Fighters Oregon, a nonprofit organization, operates a food pantry at 2301 Hazel Road in Lake Oswego. This food pantry, which is next to Lake Oswego High School, distributes to families in the Lake Oswego community.
All donations can be dropped off during normal business hours at the food pantry.
Hunger Fighters Oregon has now launched its delivery program for homebound, immunocompromised and at-risk individuals and families in Lake Oswego. Requests must be submitted by Thursday to receive a delivery of non-perishable groceries on Saturday. Visit the website and click the link to submit a request.
Hunger Fighters will still continue to provide curbside pickup service on Wednesdays from 4-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 1-4 p.m. Clients who pickup groceries will receive perishable items as well such as produce, bread, dairy or eggs. Hunger Fighters cannot currently provide such items to delivery clients, but it is working towards that goal.
If you need food assistance or would like to volunteer, please email email@example.com.
Tualatin Food Pantry
Tualatin Food Pantry is a community organized food bank that is supported by local churches, businesses, social and civic organizations, schools, individuals and local government agencies.
They are an Oregon Food Bank – Partner Agency. Tualatin Food Pantry is open and serves Lake Oswego as well as 4 other cities. Curbside distribution is available.
Address: 3550 SW Borland Rd, Tualatin (located on lower level of Rolling Hills Community Church)
Oregon Food Bank is ready to help support those affected by COVID-19
We know COVID-19 has caused uncertainty in many lives, but access to food shouldn’t be one. Pantries and food assistance sites remain open — with increased cleaning and changes in service to help minimize contact among groups of people.
If you’re sick and in need of food assistance, you can send someone else to pick up food at any of the Oregon Food Bank’s distribution sites. If you don’t have someone who can pick up food for you, call your local food bank for assistance. You can find contact information on the Oregon Food Bank website.
Oregonians statewide can now use SNAP to buy groceries online
In keeping with Governor Kate Brown’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” executive order, Oregonians across the state who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits can now purchase groceries online from Walmart and Amazon, helping to keep SNAP recipients and their families safe from COVID-19 by opening new avenues for social distancing.
If your work hours are reduced or you lose your job, you may become eligible for SNAP if you meet eligibility requirements. You can apply for SNAP benefits without visiting an office. Apply online.