Hunger Resources in the Sacramento Region
- View the Sacramento Region Food Resources Map (food banks, food pantries, etc.)
- Health Education Council offers an excellent list of food resources.
- Food Banks
- Home Delivered Meals
- Meals on Wheels by ACC (for Seniors in Sacramento County)
- Meals on Wheels Yolo County (for Seniors in Yolo County)
- Meals on Wheels by Seniors First (for Seniors in Placer County). Call (530) 878-5718 to enroll.
- Lasagna Love: Request a Meal
- Farmers’ Markets: at many local farmers’ markets, customers using CalFresh/EBT to buy food can get an additional $10 in Market Match to use on fresh fruits and vegetables, making your EBT benefits go farther. At some Farm Stands, the match is unlimited, cutting the price of all fruits and vegetables by half. Learn more about the program and where to find participating markets and farm stands.
- Self-Guided Services Search from Sacramento 2-1-1 (Please note, this resource is not fully up to date and includes some services that no longer have functional websites)
- Sign up for CalFresh Benefits. These are also known as EBT/SNAP/Food Stamps.
- Update your information with your county to ensure you get the full amount of CalFresh your eligibility allows.
- Find your county CalFresh office
- Sign up for WIC. You may be eligible if you have a child under 5, including foster children and those cared for by fathers and grandparents).
- California now has Universal School Meals, meaning breakfast and lunch are provided for all students at public schools free of charge. You can learn more about the program at this link, but children enrolled in California public schools are automatically eligible.
- Are you worried about your immigration status and future if you use public benefit programs? Learn more about which programs do and do not matter for the Public Charge rules.
This section is coming soon.