MPF 3

Picking up groceries

Most sites are drive-through distributions, where you stay in your car the entire time. Produce, frozen protein, pantry staples, and bread are available most months.

Some sites also provide pet food. Anyone picking up pet food must also register for the Food 4 Pets program and pick up groceries.


MPF 2

Attending an MFP

Some sites provide USDA commodity foods, which require an annual registration. If needed, volunteers will be there to help.

For commodity sites, you should not need to bring any proof of ID or income. You may need proof of your address, such as a utility bill.


MPF 1

Finding an MFP location

Mobile Food Pantries (MFPs) are monthly distributions in rural communities across The Food Depot's service area. These usually take place in community buildings, such as churches, parks, or schools.

List of MFP Sites