COVID-19 Modified Operations


Folks may visit twice per week and may choose among all locations which they visit. They will join a car queue and when it’s their turn, volunteers will provide pre-packed food boxes without requiring person to person contact. There will be a bike or walk-up option as well. Pick up for up to 2 families per visit, no paperwork required.

DRIVE UP HOW TO’S


Dates, Times and Locations

Tuesdays & Thursdays | 1-4 pm
Drive Up Distribution, 1175 Jersey St

Wednesdays | 3-6 pm
Christ the King Church Parking Lot, 4173 Meridian St


Bellingham Food Bank is seeking specific items to support drive-up food distribution efforts. The following items will be accepted at the Bellingham Food Bank warehouse location:

  • Canned food preferred
  • Peanut butter/other nut butters
  • Dry beans, rice, and pasta: under 2 lb containers
  • Also accepting baby formula and baby diapers, all sizes appreciated!

Please, no glass containers or oversized containers. No perishables without appointment.

Victory Garden Guidelines


Other Food Resources

Food Access Links

Home Delivery Options


We stand united against anti-Asian hate and violence. We stand with the families of those killed in Georgia and with all who have experienced anti-Asian hate, violence, discrimination and oppression.

Our collective work will not be done until all Asian-American, Pacific Islanders, Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and all people of color can live without fear and without experiencing oppression and discrimination. Violence directed at people of color is the outcome of white supremacy. We all must work to interrupt and dismantle structural racism.

To learn more about the tragic increases in Asian-American Pacific Islander hate and what we can do, please visit stopaapihate.org.


Bellingham Food Bank believes black lives matter.

We recognize that structural racism benefits the dominant white culture and disadvantages people of color.

We believe that hunger is unacceptable and that racism is interwoven in our food system and is a root cause of hunger.

We must work for racial justice and equity. Bellingham Food Bank is committed to doing work to be an anti-racist organization.

We will educate ourselves and our community about structural racism. We will listen to people of color. We will be the strongest allies and advocates we can be.

Nonperishable Group Inquiry Form

*Currently not scheduling group volunteering.*

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Volunteers – Current Opportunities

Volunteers are here when the doors open in the morning and when they are closed at the end of the day. We need volunteers at our downtown site and in our agricultural programs. Interested? Give us a call and learn more about volunteer opportunities. You will make friends while making a difference.

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Feeding Hungry Families

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Getting Great Food

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Volunteer

Volunteers are here when the doors open in the morning and when they are closed at the end of the day. We need volunteers at our downtown site and in our agricultural programs. Interested? Give us a call and learn more about volunteer opportunities. You will make friends while making a difference.

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Getting You Involved

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Show Up! Speak Up!

Join us! Monday, April 13 3:30-5:00 PM @ Bellingham Food Bank Speak Up about: TBD No RSVP required. Children welcome.

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