We are currently unable to accept private donations delivered to our door, so we appreciate ONLINE ORDERS SHIPPED DIRECTLY FROM VENDORS. Please ship to 179 1st Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027 and be sure to let us know so that we can acknowledge your gift! If you are doing a group food drive, please email Rebecca Rice to set up a time to drop off donations. 

We also need financial contributions and $25 grocery store gift cards. If you're interested in volunteering, see our volunteer page.

Emergency Needs List

Listed in order of priority:

Baby wipes
Feminine pads (smaller packs preferred)
Dry cereal (including gluten-free options, such as cheerios or chex)
Hearty soups (such as Progresso or chunky Campbells -regular and gluten free)
Pasta sauce (preferably canned or plastic jars)
Spaghetti noodles - regular and gluten free
Canned fish (tuna, salmon) (5 oz cans)
Canned vegetarian protein, such as "fishless tuna" or jack fruit
Canned meat (pork, chicken) (5-12 oz cans)
Condiments (especially ketchup and mustard)
Baking items (salt, sugar, flour - reg. and gluten free) (small size bags - approx. 2 pounds)
White rice (1-2 pound bags)
Boxed mac & cheese (regular and gluten free)
Pasta Roni
Rice a Roni
Protein drinks (Boost, Ensure)
Granola bars (higher protein preferred)
Jam/jelly (12-15 oz jars)
Canned vegetables (corn, mixed veggies, green beans, etc.)
Peanut butter (16-28 oz jars)
Pancake mix - regular and gluten free (just add water preferred)
Size 6 diapers

Click on the links below to access some online ordering options for local delivery to the Food Bank.
Please include a gift message with your first and last name. Thank you!

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

If you find that vendors are currently out of stock on items, please consider making a financial donation or waiting a week or two to try placing your order again. Our Emergency Needs List is regularly updated with current needs. Thank you!

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