Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services – Programs

All programs Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services provides are offered free of charge to Sacramento residents. No financial information is required, but you must provide proof of residency when receiving services. Please click on any program below to learn more about the services offered, hours of operation, location and to review eligibility requirements per program (zip code, age, etc.) If one of SFBFS programs does not serve your area, please visit our Resource Central to search for other services in Sacramento. * Food Assistance – Provides a five day supply of emergency, take-home groceries to thousands of clients every month. Individuals and families in need can receive fresh produce, dairy, grains and canned goods at mobile distribution sites throughout the Sacramento area. * Clothing – Distributes donated mens, womens and childrens clothing items to those in need at no charge. Clothing articles include suits for interviews, school uniforms and extreme weather attire. * Mother-Baby – Guides parents in raising children in a healthy and supportive manner. Diapers, formula, food and clothing are provided for parents attending educational workshops. * Adult Education – Provides one-on-one instruction to adults in reading, writing, math, computer skills, resume building and English. * Womens Wisdom Art – Offers a variety of art classes to women overcoming loss or depression, surviving cancer and helps build self-confidence. * PlayCare – Offers an enriching daycare for
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