Food Resources

HSU Oh SNAP Student Food Pantry!

We aim to provide our fellow students with basic necessities and connections to community resources. Our services currently include a campus food pantry with delivery available, fresh fruits and vegetables, CalFresh application assistance, connections to other local food resources, virtual cooking classes, J points for those in need, and outreach events. Refer to the website for current hours.

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Food for People

Food for People is working to eliminate hunger and improve the health and well-being of our community through access to healthy and nutritious foods, community education, and advocacy. They provide food banks to several locations in our community.

Food for People Pantry Network

Our Emergency Food Pantry Network provides food for 17 pantries and 3 congregate meal programs (soup kitchens) located throughout Humboldt County. Emergency Food pantries provide groceries to households monthly. 

Food Not Bombs

Free hot vegan meals every Sunday at 3:00 pm located at 3rd & E in Eureka.

Farmer’s Markets (accepting CalFresh, WIC)

A list of local farmer's markets that accept CalFresh and WIC.

College of the Redwoods Campus Food Pantry

In the College of the Redwoods Resource Center (CRRC) and food pantry, CR students are welcome to come in any time to grab a snack or tea, and once a week students will be able to shop at the pantry. Students can also get CalFresh bags, recipe cards, cookbooks, and other nutritional information.

Local Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program is for income-eligible pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding women and children under the age of 5 who have a nutritional need. WIC is a federally funded program, administered by the California Department of Health Services.

Cooperation Humboldt

Free mini garden installations to our local area.

K-12 local school resources

The McKinleyville Union School District and Arcata School District are distributing free meals to all people age 18 and under. To receive meals, students don’t have to be enrolled in the McKinleyville or Arcata school districts.

Backpacks for Kids

The program provides income-eligible children with a bag of kid-friendly food on Fridays during the school year. Food for People provides the food for the program and dedicated community volunteers pack and deliver the backpacks to each school site. Each bag contains enough food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for two days.

CSU State-wide Resources

If you are taking classes online or are not currently in the area, check out your closest CSU(s) and visit their resource website for information on local basic needs resources.