Buy Fresh Buy Local
For a listing of local farms, farm markets and other businesses that offer locally grown food, visit Buy Fresh Buy Local York County.
The York County Food Bank is proud to partner with more than 150 programs and agencies in York County.
Click here to enter your zip code to find your closest food pantry, soup kitchen, or mobile food distribution in York County.
Food Pantry Clearinghouse: Call the bilingual food resource hotline to schedule a pantry appointment or for ongoing support. Mon-Fri 9-12 pm
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
SNAP (formerly called Food Stamps) is a federally-funded program that helps eligible households and individuals purchase nutritious and healthy food. SNAP participants receive an EBT Access card, which acts like a debit card, to purchase food items. SNAP and emergency food programs together provide a more sustainable solution to end hunger. The SNAP Program helps nearly 1.8 million people (14.2% of Pennsylvanians) buy groceries every month and lifts 13.1% of those households out of poverty.
- Apply for SNAP over the phone with the Central PA Food Bank’s Helpline at 1-877-999-5964. (Se habla Español)
- Apply in person at the York County Assistance Office at 130 N Duke St, York, PA 17405.
- Apply online at Compass.state.pa.us.
- To make changes to an existing case, contact PA Dept of Human Services Statewide Customer Service Center at 1-877-395-8930.
- SNAP Income Limits
Women, Infant & Children Program (WIC)
Community Progress Council WIC provides eligible pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants and children under age 5 with nutrition information, breastfeeding support, healthy foods, and referrals.
For more information or to apply visit PAWIC.com or call 717-843-7942.
Kids and Teens
Summer Meals for Kids & Teens: To find a program near you, Text FOOD to 877-877 or call 1-866-348-6479.
School Nutrition Programs: Contact your local school or school district for more information.
Food for Seniors
Senior Box Program: The Senior Box Program is a federal initiative designed to improve the health and nutrition of income eligible seniors. Seniors receive a box of food each month, which helps stretch their fixed incomes. For details, call 717-846-6435.
Meals for Seniors: The York County Area Agency on Aging coordinates the following services…
Home delivered meals available to: York County resident in a non-institutional setting, 60 years of age or older, have disability which prohibits the individual from leaving his/her residence, living alone or with someone who also meets the above criteria. Contact The York County Area Agency on Aging at 717-771-9610.
Congregate meals at 14 York County Senior Centers available to: York County residents, 60 years of age or older. Senior Center contact information available at Ycaaa.org or 717-771-9610.
Contact Greg Stegall, Mobile Distribution Manager, at 717-564-1700, ext. 2315 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find a MilitaryShare program.
2-1-1 is a FREE, 3-digit telephone number for information about community services.
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