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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Woodland CA

Church On The Rock - The Manna Project
Woodland, CA 95695
Details: Every Tuesday & Thursday morning at 9:00 am sharp we are able to giveaway free food to the community. If you are in need of food, please come to our church lobby to receive a blessing! First Come, First Serve. Limited quantities.
Food Bank of Yolo County
Woodland , CA 95776
Details: Since 1970, we've been working to address hunger issues and make a difference in the lives of the people and communities of Yolo County. Founded as a volunteer-run backyard gleaning program, Yolo Food Bank has grown to an organizational network of staff, volunteers, and partner agencies. We coordinate the storage and distribution of food from a network of growers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and grocery stores, while cultivating new sources of food. We collaborate with non-profit programs, private and public sector agencies, and service organizations throughout Yolo County to serve 25,000 people each month and distribute 3 million pounds of food annually.
Woodland Food Closet
Woodland, CA 95695
Details: Woodland Volunteer Bureau Food Closet aka Woodland Food Closet was established in 1968 to provide emergency assistance to the needy in Yolo County. The Woodland Food Closet, a community based, non-profit service agency, was originally established in response to a Yolo County Grand Jury report, which saw a real need for the formation of a food distribution source in the Woodland area. Our primary focus is to provide three days of nutritionally balanced meals to every individual referred to us who is in an emergency, or crisis situation, or is waiting for other assistance to begin. A referral from a social service agency, including Department of Social Services, Yolo Family Resource Center, Wayfarer’s Center, Pregnancy Support Group, Migrant Education, Yolo County Health Department, Peterson Health Clinic, Hotel Woodland, Head Start Program, churches and schools is necessary to provide the one-time emergency service.