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After School Meals

In collaboration with several partners in the local area, the Community Food Bank provides healthy, after-school snacks five days per week to specific sites through the USDA At Risk After School Child and Adult Care Food Program.

BackPack Program

During the school year, this program utilizes unique relationships with community partners and participating schools to provide children who have been identified as needing additional food assistance over the weekend with a pack of nutritious, child-friendly food.

Caridad Community Kitchen

Featuring a feeding program at congregate meal sites, a 10-week culinary training program for unemployed and underemployed individuals, and a full catering service, Caridad is built on the principle that hunger in our community can be solved in many ways.

CSFP (Food Plus)

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income elderly persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods.

Emergency Food Assistance (TEFAP)

The Emergency Food Assistance Program, provides low-income individuals and households with surplus commodities donated by the USDA.

Farm to Child

Farm to Child works with low-income, public schools in Tucson to create garden programs that act as educational tools for teachers. Within these programs students learn about food and nutrition as well as integrated subjects like biology, math, art, and language.

Farmers' Markets

Find fresh, sustainably grown foods, while supporting local farmers and producers at one of our three Tucson markets.

Gabriel Giffords Family Assistance Center

Get help with SNAP, TANF, and AHCCCS applications and also have access to family advocacy services, in both English and Spanish, intended to help solve a variety of needs.

Garden Program

The Garden Program provides education, resources, and leadership opportunities to individuals interested in growing their own food.

Las Milpitas Community Farm

Las Milpitas de Cottonwood is a community farm that provides educational opportunities, capacity building, and a beautiful physical space for area residents to grow their own food.

Summer Meals

During the summer, school meals are not available to children, so we offer a list of resources on Summer Meal availability.

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