Welcome to your Memorial Day Weekend! It would be SO nice if everyone got paid before a three-day holiday but that just isn't the case right? Are you short on funds and more importantly food? Have no fear the Selah Naches Food Bank is here for you with a very important message

 

To Note: as Friday is likely to be busy, plan on being at the Selah Naches Food Bank as early as possible. If you wait until 10:45 a.m. it may be difficult to get your shopping in before the doors close.

Your Selah Naches Food Bank Team just brought in two truckloads of food and PRODUCE PRODUCE PRODUCE and more PRODUCE!!

Y’all need to come get your produce on this Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

FYI they will be closed this Monday, May 30th, 2022 in honor of Memorial Day

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When is the Selah Naches Food Bank Open

Monday and Friday 9 am - 11 am

Where is the Selah Naches Food Bank Located?

Selah Civic Center
216 S 1st Street
Selah, WA 98942

What Are the Requirements?

No ID required. We will only ask your address and the numbers and ages of persons in your household, for statistical use.

How Does It Work?

Once you arrive clients need to first check in at the sign-in table so volunteers can get your address as well as how many family members currently reside at the residents that you are shopping for. You will be provided with bags and perhaps a cart, there are limited supplies so always a great idea to arrive as early as possible.

There will be a wide variety of produce to choose from, bread, grains, and bottled water. Occasionally there is shampoo and other toiletries but that isn't guaranteed. Once you are finished shopping for the non-perishable items you can take those to your vehicle and come back in for your perishable items from the refrigerator like milk, eggs, and frozen items. If you are in need of assistance bringing the items to your vehicle, volunteers can help.

What If I Don't Have a Ride?

Taking the bus or perhaps finding someone to carpool with might work. Currently, there is no pick-up or drop-off offered.

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