Food Assistance:

Coming through our doors is a statement of need, and we work hard to meet that need. 

Asking for help can sometimes be difficult to do, but getting food at our food bank store through our emergency food box program is free, simple, and confidential.

Based on a “customer choice model”, our food bank store follows the design and feel of a grocery store. 

Come by during our food assistance hours:

Monday-Friday: 1pm-4pm

Tuesdays:  1pm-4pm and 5pm-7pm

602 Bond Street

View Larger Map

How to use the Food Bank in 4 Easy Steps:

Step 1:

When you arrive, we will ask you to fill out a simple information sheet.  Your personal information will remain confidential.

Step 2:

When it is your turn, a Gallatin Valley Food Bank volunteer interviewer will spend a few moments with you to explain how our store works and share information with you about other resources that may be of assistance to you and/or your family.

Step 3:

Based on the number of people in your household you will be given a shopping list and then will be able to select from the choices we have available that day.

Step 4:

Once you have completed shopping our volunteers will help pack your groceries and make sure you have received the allotted amount and will have your groceries boxed for easy transport.

It’s easy!  Please feel free to call ahead- 586.7600, if you have any other questions or you can ask any one of our staff or volunteers when you arrive. 

Additional things to remember:

  • Our services are intended to supply a 5 day supply of emergency food, and meant to supplement other sources of food.  We will happily provide you with additional information about other resources that may help you stretch your food budget.
  • Please note that you may use our service 1 time every 30 days.
  • If it is your first time, please bring identification for other members in your household such as your child(ren)’s social security number and date of birth.

GVFB Program Brochure

In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability (not all prohibited bases apply to all programs).  To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD).  USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

A PROGRAM OF HRDC

HRDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit Community Action Agency. We provide programs and services in the areas of housing, food and nutrition, child and youth development, senior empowerment, transportation, energy assistance, and community development.

hrdc

LEARN ABOUT HRDC AND HOW WE’RE WORKING TO BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

GVFoodBank . 2 weeks ago_ago

America’s largest one-day food drive is Saturday, May 13. Help your letter carriers #StampOutHunger: https://t.co/bu6pOI63UQ

GVFoodBank . 6 months ago_ago

Trick or Treat with us and help feed families https://t.co/LKvVPdfyeq