The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing diets with 30 pounds of shelf stable foods like fresh and canned produce, cereal, juice, rice or pasta, milk, and protein. In addition to the shelf stable box, the CSFP program now delivers a 15 pound box of fresh fruits and vegetables. Our friendly volunteers deliver to all of Skagit county, with multiple delivery days available.
To qualify for this program you must be a Senior that is at least 60 years old and have an income limit of $1,473 for a single person or $1,984 for 2 people. If more than 2 people live in a household, the income limit will be higher.
Community Action’s Skagit Food Distribution Center serves as a coordination hub for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program. For more information or to sign up for this program you can call (360) 410-5023 or submit the form below.
The Skagit Food Distribution Center is a unique community asset, providing approximately 70-80% of the food available through area food banks, and benefiting thousands of community members annually. In 2022, the SFDC distributed 3 million pounds of food through local food banks, serving thousands of individuals and families across Skagit, Snohomish, Island and San Juan counties and delivered 2,162 boxes of nutritious and staple foods to homebound seniors.