Food Bank

Wahkiakum Food Bank

Wahkiakum Food Bank is a food pantry. Serves Residents of Wahkiakum County. Documentation Required: Washington State ID. Food pantry service hours: Tuesdays 3pm -5pm. Make sure you check by calling the food pantry to confirm that they still are in operation and the hours as the hours have not changed.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Wahkiakum Food Bank at 360-795-3553 to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


Lower Columbia Community Action Program (CAP)

The Lower Columbia Community Action Program (CAP) is a non-government, non-profit organization which provides comprehensive social services to people in need. CAP's services include:

 HELP Warehouse – Food Banks

 Energy and Housing Services

 Meals on Wheels

 Employment and Training

 CAP Transportation

 Homeless Services

 Career & Family Development Program

 Financial Independence



Woodland Community Service Center

Free food distribution on Tuesdays from 12 – 5 PM. Provides warehouse shopping once per week for clothes, shoes, dishes, toys, bedding, furniture, books and other general household items on Tuesday or Thursday from 11 AM – 4:45 PM. Photo ID for anyone 18 years and older. Any kind of ID for those 17 and younger (with the exception of a social security card) and a current proof of address (within 2 months). Donations are accepted Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9 AM – 5 PM.


HELP Warehouse - Lower Columbia Community Action Council (CAP)

HELP Warehouse collects and distributes food to local food banks and provides USDA commodities to income eligible people. Occasionally, HELP Warehouse also has special items such as produce and fish. The Warehouse often has clothing and household items available, and provides information and referral for other services available to persons in need. There is no charge to low-income families.

For more information about HELP Warehouse, please call (360) 425-3430 and ask for assistance. Toll Free 1-800-383-2101


St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul, though Catholic in character, is open to all who wish to serve those who are suffering. The Longview/Kelso chapter was established in 1979 by Lee & Ida Faber who gave 30 years of dedicated service. In 2008 our chapter distributed 700,000 lbs of food to 48,000 people - all this done by dedicated volunteers and contributions of individuals and businesses.


FISH of Cowlitz County

FISH of Cowlitz County is an all-volunteer nonprofit that gives temporary emergency help to people in need. FISH will help people immediately. Hungry families can get groceries the same day they ask for them and a person who needs medication can pick it up shortly after calling FISH.

FISH of Cowlitz County helps people in ways that might seem insignificant, but to a families in crisis a box of food, a prescription medication, a pair of work boots, or treatment of an infected tooth are lifelines through a difficult time.