Shirley King, Program Director707-253-6128 email@example.com 1766 Industrial Way, Napa CA 94558 (Warehouse only – see pantry sites for food distribution)
provides a variety of nutritious food to low-income individuals, families, seniors and non-profit organizations throughout Napa County through four programs: Emergency Food Pantries; Senior Brown Bag; the USDA Commodity Program; and Non-Profit Access.
Our Food Pantry Network
allows low-income residents of Napa County to receive an allotment of food from one of 7 locations every 30 days. Allotments are based on household size but will consist of meat, dairy, produce and dry and canned food items. Pantries are located in the City of Napa, Calistoga, St. Helena, Lake Berryessa, Pope Valley, Angwin, and American Canyon. Together they serve an average of more than 1,000 local households each month. Food Bank Sites are:
Napa Store House
1746 Yajome Street
Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:45 a.m. to 11:45 p.m.
Thursday from 10:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.
American Canyon – Harvest Freewill Baptist Church
240 Rio Del Mar
Second and Fourth Tuesday’s from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
1 Angwin Avenue
Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
North of Yountville – St. Helena Community Pantry
(for areas North of Yountville through St. Helena)
1777Main Street (behind Seventh Day Adventist Church Hall)
Tuesday’s Thursday’s and Friday’s from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Pope Valley Pantry – Pope Valley Farm Center
5800 Chiles/Pope Valley Road
Pope Valley, CA 94567
First Wednesday of every month 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Calistoga – Calistoga Cares
1407 Third Street
Second and Fourth Thursday’s 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Community Church of Lake Berryessa
6008 Steele Canyon Road
Thursday’s from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To receive services you do not need a referral. Just go to the location in your geographic area during the hours of service. To receive food, one person per household must provide two forms of ID, one with current address and one with birthdate. You must also fill out a new application for each visit. It is suggested that you bring your own shopping bags or box.
Click on this link to open a copy of the schedule in English and Spanish Food Bank-sites and hours English & Spanish
Senior Brown Bag Program
Enables seniors age 60 or older to remain independent as long as possible by giving them a “Brown Bag” with approximately 10 to 14 food items twice a month. Items may include fresh fruit, canned vegetables, oatmeal, bottled beverages, pasta and canned meat. Seniors pick up Brown Bags from 11 sites throughout Napa County, or volunteer drivers deliver food to those who are infirm or disabled. An average of 220 households are served monthly.
USDA Commodity Program
The United States Department of Agriculture contracts with CANV’s Food Bank to administer 6 to 8 nonperishable food staples to low-income Napa County residents once a month from 8 locations. Items typically include peanut butter, cereal, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta and canned meats. USDA Distribution sites are:
American Canyon – Community Hall, 2185 Elliott Drive, 3:30 to 4:30 the Third Thursday each month
Angwin – Angwin Community Services, 275 Clark Way, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.the Third Tuesday of each month
Calistoga – Community Presbyterian Church, 3rd and Washington Street, 10:30 to noon – the Third Tuesday of each month
Lake Berryessa – Community Church of Lake Berryessa, 6008 Steele Canyon Road, noon to 4 p.m. the Third Thursday of each month
Napa – Seventh Day Adventist Church, 2110 Seminary Street – 4 to 5:30 p.m. the Third Thursday of each month OR
Napa – Senior Center, 1500 Jefferson St. – 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. the Third Monday of Each Month
NOTE – Napa Residents may only access one of the two sites
Yountville – please call 253-6128 48 hours before delivery – distributed between 9 a.m. and noon the Third Thursday of each month
Third Monday = August 18; September 15; October 20; November 17 and December 15
Third Tuesday – August 19; September 16; October 21; November 18; and December 16
Third Thursday = August 21; September 18; October 16; November 20 and December 1
Non-Profit Agency Access
The Food Bank contracts with 42 local non-profit organizations who serve vulnerable, low-income people, allowing them access to a low-cost source of nutritious food. Once a week these organizations can shop for USDA Commodities and/or bulk food for only 19 cents per pound or at wholesale cost – based on the source of the food. This allows local non-profits to offset their food budget and gives them better access to nutritious food along with the ability to serve larger numbers of clients when needed. Registered agencies may shop once a week at the warehouse from 8 to noon or 1 to 2:30 every Monday or Wednesday except when closed for holidays.