If you are in need of food assistance, please use the resource tool below.
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING COVID-19: Most pantries and food assistance sites across the state remain open — with increased cleaning and changes in service models to help minimize contact among groups of people. Hours and availability change daily. Please call ahead before visiting a Partner Agency.
Enter your city, town, or zip code in the search bar to find helpful programs closest to you.
Click on the markers close to your location, each program should have a phone number listed for you.
Be sure to call the agency first before going, in order to gather important information such as hours of operation or specific services provided.
If you need further help, please give us a call at 918-585-2800. You can also call 211 for food and other social service assistance.
For help obtaining SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly food stamps), you can find help from Hunger-Free Oklahoma's assistance page.
During the coronavirus outbreak Hunger-Free Oklahoma has a state-wide resource for food assistance.
For help in western Oklahoma, visit Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma located in Oklahoma City.
The Food Bank primarily serves hungry Oklahomans by providing food and other donated resources to food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, after-school programs and senior citizen and veteran centers. They make up our network of 350 Partner Agencies throughout eastern Oklahoma. If you are in need of help, there is probably an agency nearby who can assist you.
If you are in need of food assistance, please use the resource tool above. Simply enter your city, town, or zip code to find helpful programs closest to you. If you click on the markers, each program should have a phone number listed for you to contact for important information such as documentation requirements or more specific services they provide.