How to Donate During COVID-19

We are currently unable to accept private donations delivered to our door, so we appreciate your donations via our options below. If you're interested in volunteering, please see our volunteer page.


Items from our Clothing Bank List and Emergency Needs lists (below and here) or Amazon wish list can be shipped directly to our building at: 179 1st Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027. Please include a gift message with your first and last name so we can acknowledge your gift!

Click on the links below to access some online ordering options for local delivery directly to the food bank.

Safeway Delivery
Fred Meyer Delivery
Albertson's Delivery
Costco Delivery
Amazon Wish List


We also need financial contributions and $25 grocery store gift cards. Your financial donations help us purchase fresh produce, meat, and dairy items, and continue to run our vital programs. Grocery store gift cards allow us to provide self-selection options to shoppers when product availability limits our selection. If you'd prefer to write a check to avoid the 3% online processing fee, we welcome checks mailed to 179 1st Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027. Thank you!


The Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank invites donors and supporters to join us in a collaborative and strategic food drive program. Due to COVID-19, we've had to limit donation drop-offs at our food bank location but we know you want to help! There are several opportunities for one-time donation drop-offs as well as coordinated food drives.

If you'd like to do a one-time donation drop-off, please bring your food and personal care items from our Emergency Needs List to our warehouse ONLY during these days and times (if you need additional assistance, email us!):

Warehouse location: AtWork (930 7th Ave NW, Issaquah, WA 98027)

Donation drop off dates/times:

  • Tuesday, April 6: 1-3pm
  • Saturday, April 10: 11:30am-1pm
  • Tuesday, April 20: 1-3 pm
  • Tuesday, May 4: 1-3 pm
  • Tuesday, May 18: 1-3 pm
  • Saturday, June 12: 11:30am-1pm
  • Saturday, August 14: 11:30am-1pm
  • Saturday, October 9: 11:30am-1pm
  • Saturday, December 11: 11:30am-1pm

Please note, we can only accept items from our Emergency Needs List (below and here).

Please check back frequently if the above dates do not work for you! 

Food Drives & Other Opportunities:

If you want to engage further or help us build our Food Project program, please visit the Issaquah Sammamish Food Project website and contact Jim & Chris Berry to get more information about being a Neighborhood Coordinator.

If you are planning a food drive, we respectfully ask that you coordinate your drive in advance of your planning, so that we can best support your efforts while ensuring safety strategies are being met. Please email us to coordinate or if you have any questions. Thank you!

Clothing Bank Events

During COVID-19, we are hosting quarterly Clothing Bank Events with seasonal clothing, shoes and accessories available for families to shop from. Check out our Clothing Bank Events page for current clothing needs, donation drop off dates and other information. 

Emergency Needs List

Listed in order of priority:

Hearty soups (such as Progresso or chunky Campbells -regular and gluten free)
Protein drinks (Boost, Ensure)
Hamburger Helper
Pasta Roni
Rice a Roni
Boxed mac & cheese (regular and gluten free)
Canned fish (tuna, salmon) (5 oz cans)
Canned meat (pork, chicken) (5-12 oz cans)
White rice (1-2 pound bags)
Pasta sauce (preferably canned or plastic jars)
Spaghetti noodles - regular and gluten free
Canned Pasta (Chef Boyardee etc.)
Cooking Oil (small sizes only please)
Jam/jelly (12-15 oz jars)
Condiments (especially ketchup and mustard)
Baking items (salt, sugar, flour - reg. and gluten free) (small size bags - approx. 2 pounds)
Granola bars (higher protein preferred)
Canned vegetables (corn, mixed veggies, green beans, etc.)
Peanut butter (16-28 oz jars)
Pancake mix - regular and gluten free (just add water preferred)
Ground Coffee (regular not decaf preferred)

Click here to get more details on our operations during the COVID-19 outbreak.