The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps individuals and families make ends meet. epending on income guidelines, SNAP recipients are allotted a specific dollar amount loaded onto a debit card, which gives you the freedom to choose what you eat.
Just Harvest 412-431-8963 Just Harvest address hunger in Allegheny County at its root – economic injustice – through a focus on public policy, food access, and community power.
Use your ZIP code to search for a nearby food assistance agency.
The Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry - Kosher Food Needs 412-421-2708
Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry offer nutritious, fresh food on a scheduled basis for those who meet income requirements in the 15217 zip code, as well as providing kosher food for those who keep kosher homes outside of 15217.
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank holds Produce to People (P2P) distributions. Each month 8,000 households receive 30-50 pounds of produce at 17 distributions throughout southwestern Pennsylvania.
You can get a bag(s) of groceries at an Allegheny County location.
For households with incomes at or below 150% of FPIG.
Children (18 Years and Younger), Pregnant Women & New Mothers
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank helps you supplement your own fresh food with an assortment of shelf-stable foods: canned vegetables, fruit and juice, protein, pasta and cereal. Call the number above to find out which participating food pantry is right for you. Photo identification and proof of income are required.
For households with incomes at or below 130% of FPIG.
Senior Center Lunches
Many Senior Centers serve lunch mid-day, Monday through Friday. Meals are nutritious and may be adjusted for specialized diets.