Whether you’re looking for updates or community help in these unprecedented times, these food, medical and information resources are here to let you know you are not alone.
With 180 independently run nonprofits, the Food Banks of Contra Costa & Solano helps feed residents needing food assistance through soup kitchens, emergency food pantries and more.
From financial resources to food banks and beyond, the County of San Mateo has all your COVID-19 resources in one place.
From relief resources to general updates on the state of the county, the Yolo County website is the one-stop shop for COVID-19 information and support.
Preventing students from going hungry, Seattle Public Schools are continuing to provide weekly lunches. There are 26 schools where students can pick up sack lunches.
Families with students at Chief Sealth, Evergreen, Rainier Beach, and Tyee High Schools are eligible to receive free groceries assistance. Participants fill out a form and provide a shopping list.
With stay at home orders, the Kitsap Rescue Mission now allows homeless guests to stay at the temporary residence at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Whether you need business, health or food resources, the Lincoln County website has a variety of information to help you during COVID-19, including the recently added prescription delivery assistance.
Focused on keeping children fed during the COVID-19 pandemic, Multnomah County school districts and community resources are providing free grab-and-go meals at many of its schools.
With food banks, free school lunch sites, and emergency food boxes available, Marion Polk Food Share provides options to help keep your family fed.