Kitsap County - Food Banks

ABRAHAM'S HOUSE

3670 Chico Way,

Bremerton, WA 98312

(Alliance Church Gym)

(360) 405-0488 or (360) 479-1093 (ENCOURAGE TO CALL FIRST)

http://abrahamshouse.org/

Hours: For Donation Only Tuesday-Friday 10-4 p.m.

Hours: For Giving Only Saturday 10-2

This is an outreach to the community assistance with household items, clothing, beds, bedding and baby items.

 

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HELPLINE HOUSE

282 Knechtel Way NE, Bainbridge Island

(206) 842-7621

Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5; Saturday 10-2

Website: www.helplinehouse.org

 Assists with food, clothing, crisis intervention, individual and family counseling, and volunteer coordinating. Participant needs to

call or come into the office to speak with a social worker. This resource is for Bainbridge Island residents only. When funding allows,

may assist other North End residents.

 

BELL RINGER OF NORTH KITSAP

(360) 697-6087

Help with electric/Oil Only. Call to make appointment.

Silverdale, Kingston, and Poulsbo areas.

 

 

BREMERTON FOOD LINE

1600 l2th St., Bremerton

(360) 479-6188 or (360) 373-9971

Hours: Monday-Friday 10-1:45

website: www.bremertonfoodline.org

 Mainly a food bank. They may have some small baby items. During the holidays offers a holiday basket sign up.

Participant must live in the Bremerton school district. 

CENTRAL KITSAP FOOD BANK

3790 NW Anderson Hill Road, Silverdale 98383

(360) 692-9818

Hours: Monday-Friday 10-1:30pm

Primarily provides food. During the holidays provides holiday baskets. Participant must reside or work full time

in Central Kitsap School District

 

DSHS/DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES

4710 Auto Center Blvd., Bremerton 98312

(360) 473-2200 or (800) 338-7410

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5

DSHS has programs to help people with financial assistance, food benefits, medical coupons, some funeral expenses

if family is on public assistance, employment training, and developmental disabilities funding, tenant support and more.

Participant must submit an application and then will be called for an eligibility review.

 

 

GOD'S KITCHEN AND CLOSET

7625 Central Valley, Bremerton

(360) 692-7729

Hours: Monday 12-2

Free clothes for children of all ages when available. Provide meals to anyone from 12-2 on Mondays.

Produce and baked goods are given when available. There are no city or county restrictions to persons in need.  

KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES

1201 Park Ave., Bremerton

(360) 479-1507

Hours: Monday-Friday SAM-4:30PM or go online to make an appointment

Website: www.kcr.org/energy assistance.htm

Heating assistance available during the winter months (October- June), to assists low-income

household in Kitsap county with the increased costs it takes to heat their home during the winter months. 

LIFE CARE COMMUNITY FOOD BANK

8640 Journey Lane, Port Orchard

(360) 876-9244

Hours: Wednesday and Saturday 9:00a.m.- 12:00 p.m.

This is an outreach of Spirit of Life Lutheran Church. Food is provided on an emergency basis to qualifying residents of rural

South Kitsap County up to five times per year. Clothing is also available. You will need to provide proof of address, Social Security

cards for the household and drivers license. 

NORTH KITSAP FISHLINE FOOD BANK

(360) 779-5190

www.nkfisline.org/

 Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:00 a.m.-3:00p.m. Friday's 9:30-12:30 pm

Assist North Kitsap residents mainly with food, commodities and referrals however, when available may assist with utilities, prescriptions

and baby items. During the holidays may have holiday basket sign-up. 

NORTH MASON FOOD BANK

NW 22471 Hwy 3, Belfair

(360) 275-4615

Hour: Monday 10-2, Tuesday 10-2, Wednesday 1-5:30, Thursday 10-2

No restrictions. Participants need to go to the above address at the above times for assistance. Need proof of physical address.

 

PORT ANGELES FOOD BANK

(360) 452-8568

Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 1-3:30 p.m.

Provides food to persons in emergency situations. Provisions for 4-5 days are usually given. No eligibility

requirements.

 

SALVATION ARMY

832 6TH St.; Bremerton

(360) 373-5550

Website:  http://www.salvationarmy.org

 Haircuts: M-T-Th,/ simple cuts only / 9 am to 2 pm. Make appt. with receptionist FIRST.

Food Boxes: Once a month: T-Th-F: 9:30am to II:15 & W 4 pm to 6 pm. Must show photo I. D., zip code, and proof of all family members.

Bread & Produce: weekdays, as available.

Breakfast and Lunch: Weekdays, 8:00am to 8:45am, and 12:00 to 12:45pm.

Diapers and Toiletries: Same days as food boxes.

Utility Assistance: January to June. Must show proof of low-income and have a disconnect notice. Restricted to once per 12 months. Call for appt.

Community Voice Mail: provides free voice mail for those who need to receive messages but have no phone.

 

 

SHARENET FOODBANK-HANSVILLE/KINGSTON AREA

26061 United Rd NE, Kingston

360) 297-2000 OR (360) 297-2266

www.sharenetfoodbank.org

Hours: Tuesday and Friday 9:30-12:00 p.m.

Bayside Community Church (Sharenet) provides food and clothing when available.

  

SOUTH KITSAP HELPLINE/FOOD BANK

1351 Bay St.

(360) 876-4089

Website: www.helplinefoodbank.org

Thrift store hours: Monday-Friday 10-3; Saturday 9:30-5

Assists South Kitsap residents mainly with food however when available also assist with commodities, energy assistance, rental heir, 12rescrirtions and household items. Participants must reside in South Kitsap School District.

 

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL-BREMERTON

1137 Callow Ave. N

(360) 479-7017

Hours: Monday-Friday 10:30-4

Mainly a Food bank. When available may have clothes, energy assistance, rental assistance, and gas vouchers

 

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL- PORT ORCHARD

1209 Bay St.

(360) 876-6933 or (360) 876-2364

Hours: Monday-Saturday 8:30-5

Assists South Kitsap residents with prescriptions, energy assistance, clothing, home furnishings, gas vouchers, bus passes, rental assistance and work training. MUST LIVE IN SOUTH KITSAP

 

WASHINGTON STATE COMBINED APPLICATION PROGRAM (WASHCAP)

(877) 380-5784

 http://www.dshs.wa.gov/manuals/aces/sections/washcap.shtml

A joint effort between the SSA and DSHS. WASH CAP is a simplified way to deliver Food Assistance to SSI recipients who: are at least 18 years old, do not have earned income and live alone or buy and fix food apart from others who live in the home.