Operates network of food pantries that provide emergency food to people in need. Most pantries limit requests to once every 30 days. Some pantries are smaller and provide food once every other month. Some pantries may deliver. Others will not deliver, even to people who are disabled, or who don't have their own transportation.
Eligibility: USDA eligible low-income households
Hours: Drop-in pantry hours: Friday 1pm-3:30pm

Phone line: Monday-Friday 9:30-noon and 1pm-3:30pm

Phone orders may be available depending on the resident's location
Closed for most major holidays and Good Friday. If holiday falls on a Saturday, closed the preceding Monday. If holiday falls on Sunday, then closed the following Monday. Christmas Eve is half-day holiday (closes at noon). No pantry service if closed for holiday on a Friday.
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    COVID-19 INFORMATION: Due to Covid-19, Cornwell Street building is closed to public access, except for drop in food pantry. Visitors are encouraged to wear a mask.
    INTAKE PROCEDURE: Takes phone orders for food from SVDP network pantries in Clackamas and Multnomah Counties. Call food hotline first to confirm availability. If food is unavailable in their area, applicants can drop in to main office during pantry hours to pick up food.
    FEES: None
    DOCUMENTS: None required at intake
    AREA SERVED: Clackamas and Multnomah Counties and zip codes 97062, 97221, and 97225
    SITE HOURS: Varies by service
    TRAVEL/LOCATION INFORMATION: MAX Green line, TriMet Route 72
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