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 to receive 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.).

  • Food - Encourages families and individuals to change their lives by providing access to interactive nutrition sessions, basic health screenings, edible gardening lessons and a five day supply of produce.

  • Clothing - Distributes donated men's, women's and children's clothing items at no charge to families in need. Clothing articles include suits for interviews, school uniforms and seasonal weather attire.

  • Parent Education - Guiding parents in raising children in a healthy and supportive manner through educational parent-related courses, resources and incentives.

  • Adult Education - Provides one-on-one and group instruction to adults in reading, writing, math, computer skills, resume building, job search and English.
  • Youth Education - Offers a safe, educational environment for children ages 1-18. Younger children participate in playcare activities that focus on the development of the child's emotional, social, physical, cognitive and school readiness skills, while older children focus on academics and enrichment, such as college preparation, community service and designing and creating with technology.
  • Senior - Provides seniors with volunteer-based visits focused on companionship, friendship and a monthly delivery of healthy groceries.


Check out this great video featuring all of SFBFS' programs o este video en espanol.

Guides parents in raising children in a healthy and supportive manner. After participating in interactive and educational parenting workshops, families can earn baby supplies