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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Anchorage AK

Bean's Cafe
Anchorage, AK 99501
907.274.9595
Details: The Mission of Bean's Cafe is to feed the hungry and shelter the homeless without discrimination during the day. The underlying premise of Bean's Cafe is a deep belief in the inherent dignity of every person, a belief that people respond with kindness when treated kindly, with trust when trusted, and respectfully when respected. Our aim is not to set up a value system – determining what is right or wrong – or a way of life for persons, but to allow them to form their own. In this situation a person is not pressured into acting in a special way, and their eventual response is free, lasting, and more fully themselves”. Incorporated in February 1979, Bean's Cafe is a stand alone, non-sectarian, 501(c)(3) non-profit agency. We are a community based and supported program. Since 1979, we have maintained a center where the hungry and homeless are provided with hot nutritious meals, a warm and safe day shelter, information and referral assistance to health and human service programs. We target the poorest people in our community, the street people, the homeless, the chronically mentally ill, and the needy elderly. We also serve families in temporary crisis, the seasonally unemployed, and assist various local agencies in the feeding of children. Bean's Cafe exists to provide the most basic of human needs without discrimination or cost to anyone requesting assistance.
Downtown Soup Kitchen
Anchorage, AK 99501
907.277.4302
Details: The Downtown Soup Kitchen exists to demonstrate God’s heart for the hungry and homeless in Anchorage, Alaska
Fellowship In Serving Humanity - F.I.S.H.
Anchorage, AK 99511
907.277.0818
Details: Fellowship In Serving Humanity - F.I.S.H. - delivers emergency food aid to people in need in Anchorage, Alaska, responding to a call for help through a network of volunteers. Whether at the end of a paycheck, out of work, beset by illness or in a family crisis, many people face difficult times. F.I.S.H. wants to be there for those who find themselves in an emergency needing food. How F.I.S.H. Works: - Answer Phone. When someone calls the F.I.S.H. line, a volunteer gathers information about family size, children’s ages and special dietary needs. - Shop. Volunteer shoppers purchase supplies to provide healthy meals. Food also comes into the F.I.S.H. pantry from food drives and The Food Bank of Alaska. - Pack. Volunteer packers prepare supplies to meet the needs of each family accordingly to pre-set guidelines. - Deliver. Volunteer drivers then deliver the groceries directly to the family the same day they call.
First Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Mobile Food Pantry
Anchorage, AK 99508
907.563.7044
Details: The Mobile Food Pantry Program was created 3 years ago as a joint venture initiative of the Food Bank of Alaska and the First CME Church. The goal of the program is to provide food assistance to families and individuals in need within the communities. To promote a balanced meals, the mobile food pantry typically distributes bread, baked goods, fresh produce, frozen and refrigerated foods, such as meat and dairy products including boxed and canned goods. Schedule: Monthly:1st & 4th Saturday @ 2pm; Food is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Food Bank of Alaska, Inc.
Anchorage, AK 99501-1886
907.272.3663
Details: Food Bank of Alaska believes no one deserves to be hungry. We are dedicated to eliminating hunger in Alaska by obtaining and providing food to partner agencies feeding hungry people and through anti-hunger leadership.
Kids' Kitchen
Anchorage, AK 99501
907.274.8522
Details: Kids' Kitchen is a nonprofit organization based in Anchorage, AK dedicated to providing nutritional meals for children at no cost. With over a million meals served with love since 1996, Kids' Kitchen is starting to see the first children they served grow into young, dynamic adults. Love works for our community, our nation, and our world.
Lutheran Social Services of Alaska
Anchorage, AK 99503
907.272.0643
Details: Lutheran Social Services of Alaska is a non-profit social service agency providing aid to low-income individuals and families throughout Alaska. Located in midtown Anchorage, our offices and food pantries serve hundreds of clients every week. Many of our clients live in desperate conditions: some have to make choices between heating their homes or paying for life-sustaining medications, many do not have the funds to purchase enough food, some have no roof over their head, and others suffer from substance abuse, medical issues, or mental health issues. As a partner of the United Way of Anchorage​, we gain the opportunity to join with other agencies in addressing urgent human needs throughout the state of Alaska. We are also a member of the Lutheran Services in America, one of largest health and human service organization networks in the nation. In addition, we are supported by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Alaska Synod (ELCA)​, the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, Northwest District of the LCMS and many caring and concerned congregations and individuals throughout the state and country.
Mountain View Baptist Church Food Shelf
Anchorage, AK 99508
907.279.4316
Details: What began as a small closet of food to minister to the needs of church families back in the 1980’s has now grown to a ministry that touches the lives of more than 100 families from the surrounding community each month. Over the years God has used the generous gifts of many different individuals and churches to staff and stock the Food Shelf, all to the glory of God! The Food Shelf is available to individuals and families who need a little extra help with food staples. The Food Shelf is open the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, beginning at 9:00 am. You may pick up food once each month.
New Hope On the Last Frontier
Anchorage, AK 99501
907.274.4673
Details: Distribute food to over 200 families each week on Tuesdays from 10:30am-1:30pm. Tuesday is a client choice opportunity where neighbors are escorted through a grocery store set up within our ministry center. Our neighbors are allowed to select the food items for their family. This gives them the freedom to choose foods that they will eat and not waste. Saturday is a more relaxed family atmosphere where neighbors are invited to join with others for a church service and hot cooked meal beginning at 4:30pm. This is a ministry partnership with New Hope Christian Fellowship. During the Tuesday food distribution there is an opportunity given to our neighbors to get clothes in our Clothing room.
St. Christopher's Episcopal Church Food Pantry
Anchorage, AK 99504
907.333.5010
Details: Saint Christopher's Episcopal Church, a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, the Diocese of Alaska, and a fellowship of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, worshipping in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of solemn reverence for God and His Sacraments through the use of Rite I & Rite II Services and the Book of Common Prayer, is committed to upholding the Historic Faith by teaching and propagating that Faith through the witness and proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Food Pantry: 10:00 a.m. to noon - Thursdays; 10:00 a.m., First Sunday of each month: In-gathering of food donations
St. Francis House Food Pantry
Anchorage, AK 99508
907.222.7323
Details: St. Francis House hosts the largest client choice food pantry in Alaska and is a leader in the Anti-Hunger Movement. St. Francis House provides a 2-day emergency supply of food.