Our locator tool can help figure out which resources are best for you.

More Resources For Finding Food

SNAP and Life Stabilization Services

Sign up for SNAP (food stamps).

SNAP was designed to help individuals and families make ends meet by providing money to purchase groceries. We’re here to help you through the application process. Income guidelines for this program are located below. Fill out the SNAP Referral Form on our website, give us a call at 1-833-822-SNAP (7627) or text SNAP to 412-435-4446.

Sign Up for SNAP

Onsite Pantry

Find a pantry in your neighborhood.

If you earn an income that is 150 percent of the federal poverty level, or are experiencing an emergency such as a fire or job loss, we can help. Using just your zip code, our digital locator tool helps you find a pantry near you. A chart of income guidelines for using our pantry network is located below.

Find A Pantry

Kids eating lunch at school

Children can get free meals from schools and other community programs.

Many schools and organizations are giving grab and go meals to children who qualify for free and reduced-price school meals.

Find Free Meals

Drive-Up Distributions

Attend a Drive-Up Food Distribution

In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, the Food Bank is operating drive-up food distributions. Boxes of food are loaded into vehicles through a low-touch process.

Make A ReseRvation

Doorstep Delivery

Learn about our grocery delivery program.

We are able to offer home delivery on a first-come, first-served basis to areas surrounding some of our distribution sites. Call the Food Bank or visit this page to learn more and find out if you qualify.

LEARN MORE

In an emergency situation or have questions?

Call us at 412-460-3663 ext. 655 to figure out the best way we can support you.

CONTACT US

Please note: We observe Federal, State and Local COVID-19 regulations that limit crowd sizes and recommend social distancing. For this reason, all Food Bank-managed direct distribution programs operate as drive-up events with people staying in their cars to limit person-to-person contact.​

Our Produce to People and FoodShare programs are not operating at this time.


More food, more choices.

*Gross income is your monthly pay BEFORE taxes are taken out.

SNAP is a federally-funded program that provides money to purchase food at the grocery store. Click here to apply or if you have questions.

 

A chart of income guidelines for using our pantry network.

Our pantry network is here to help.

Food pantries provide groceries for individuals and families to take home with them. If you earn an income that is 150 percent of the federal poverty level, or are experiencing an emergency such as a fire or job loss, we can help. If you recently lost your job, your income is $0 and you qualify for this program.

Want to learn more about how we can help?

Find out how we increase access to nutritious food and foster long-term stability for our neighbors.

What We Do