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Breakfast and lunch provided to children aged 0-18 (over 18 is . All TPS Middle Schools are operating as a drive-through site (follow posted signs to enter through the bus lane) from 10am – 12pm.
“Meals-On-Wheels” buses are stopping at some additional schools and community sites. Check the map to see which stop is closest to you and to check what time they will be there.
Current guidance is that children must be present to receive a meal. Check the TPS Facebook Page for updates.
The Tacoma Mutual Aid Collective is delivering food, supplies, and prescriptions to those who are elderly, sick, quarantined, immunocompromised. You must use their TMAC Coronavirus Delivery online request form to submit a request.
Contact TMAC: email@example.com
Emergency Food Network supplies multiple food banks in Pierce County. They maintain a central resource page with a map showing where the banks are located and their hours. EFN is updating the map frequently during the COVID-19 outbreak, but it is still recommended to contact the food banks directly to confirm hours.
Nourish Pierce County has multiple brick-and-mortar and mobile food bank locations in Tacoma and Pierce County, including several in South Tacoma. Mobile sites are usually in a location for a couple of hours on a specific day of the week, so make sure to check the map for days and hours. They have had some changes to hours and sites due to the COVID outbreak, so we advise that you check their website and call ahead to confirm before heading over.
Contact Nourish Pierce County: 253-383-3164 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The St. Leo’s food bank is based in Downtown Tacoma off of 13th & Yakima, open Tuesday-Saturday. They also have the Springbrook Mobile Food Bank serving the Springbrook Park area of Lakewood on Saturdays. Check their website or call ahead to confirm any changes to hours during this outbreak period.
Contact St. Leo’s: 253-383-5048
Located in East Tacoma off McKinley Ave., Eloise’s is open every day except Thursdays. Check their website for any changes to operating hours.
Contact Eloise’s: 253-212-2778 or email@example.com
The Humane Society operates a Pet Food Pantry to support any community member that is currently finding it difficult to provide food for their pets during this time. Currently the pet food bank is open every Saturday and Wednesday from 12-4pm at the Tacoma Humane Society. To receive food, owners must be able to provide proof that the pet is spayed or neutered; if pets are intact, families can receive pet food on the first visit along with a voucher to have pets spayed or neutered for a minimal fee. Hours may be impacted due to COVID-19, we recommend calling ahead or checking online to confirm.
Contact the Humane Society: 253-383-2733