Our Response to COVID-19 (coronavirus)

25 thoughts on “Official Public Response Regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus)”

  1. I am a resident of Brentwood and am due to pick up my food bank on 3/21/20 I appreciate all that all the folks who volunteer and work to help me stretch my monthly budget each month the few things I may not use I pass on to a neighbor who can use the help I hope you can continue to help all the people who are in need I would appreciate it if you could let me know if things change as far as how distribution is to be handled and Thank You all again so much

  2. Looking to assist un our mt. Washington community, or any others I can help in. I thought perhaps, if a needs list was offered into each resident door with a return of forms date to a block street embassador, such as myself, and then we can deliver boxes to the porches…no contact with people directly? I am willing to help. Thanks!

  3. Me and my elderly neighbor are wondering if there is a way to have our food delivered? My neighbor Ms. Donna George is an elderly woman with cancer and cannot under any circumstances leave her apartment due to her illness. I have been watching over her through this rough ordeal and we would like to know if our food can be delivered? Please respond back so I can know what other steps we can take. Thank You.

    1. Hello, at this time the Food Bank is unable to accommodate home delivery. She can check to see if she qualifies for assistance from a food pantry by clicking on the Get Help tab if at the top of the page.

  4. I was wondering if the food bank could deliver food boxes to Mon View in light of the unexpected closing of school and difficulty being able to come to you..can you help our families and deliver. Thank you for your time.

  5. I do not have a car bc it was totalled in the snowstorm 2 weeks ago sitting vacate in from my of home. I lost my job almost 2 weeks ago. I have a 14 yo daughtwe that lives with me and we are hurting for food. I cant go to a drive thru food bank ..bc i do not pissess a vehicle. Can you please help and delivee to my home? Ty!!

    1. Those who need food assistance, but do not have access to a vehicle should visit pittsburghfoodbank.org/gethelp for information on opportunities for help, including a map of food pantries, meals for children and SNAP (food stamps) application assistance.

  6. As these times are hard for everyone. The drive up distribution help people. What about people who cannot get out or cannot get transportation. You guys are giving to people who have more access then others. Love all that you do. But it’s not fair.

    1. Those who need food assistance, but do not have access to a vehicle should visit pittsburghfoodbank.org/gethelp for information on opportunities for help, including a map of food pantries, meals for children and SNAP (food stamps) application assistance.

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