Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank serves 11 counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. We strive to be here for you when you need us. So that we may serve you more efficiently and quickly, choose from this list of services and who to contact:
If you need food:
For emergency food, please call Hunger Services Network of the Urban League of Pittsburgh at (412) 325-0749 to be referred to a food pantry in your neighborhood.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP – formerly known as Food Stamps) is the nation’s first line of defense against hunger, a federally funded program that helps households acquire extra food. Learn about ways to get assistance applying for SNAP benefits.
The Food Bank has an online directory of food assistance agencies throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. You can search the directory by zip code or neighborhood name to find a program that serves your area. Each listing will provide the agency’s address, contact information, and service hours.
Produce to People (P2P) is a direct distribution program that helps families supplement the household food supply, focusing on fresh produce. Anyone registered at a food pantry, receiving unemployment or SNAP benefits, cash or medical assistance, or experiencing a crisis situation is eligible.
If your children get free or reduced-price school breakfast and/or lunch during the school year, they may be able to participate in the Summer Food Service Program during June, July and August.
If you need more help, call the Food Bank helpline at 412-460-3663, ext 456.
Also, the following websites provide resources for identifying additional services in our region: