At Catholic Charities, we believe that none of our neighbors should go hungry. Our dedicated staff and volunteers are committed to ensuring access to proper nutrition through healthy options at food banks, pantries, and farmers markets. We offer several programs to help get food on your dinner table tonight and assist with the CalFresh application process to help you purchase groceries that are healthy, affordable, and accessible for 1-12 months.
Our food pantry provides food to individuals and families in need. We offer a variety of products including pantry staples (such as rice, beans, bread, and cereals) and fresh produce.
Our Food Pantry provides emergency food services to residents of Solano County. If you are in need, please call us at (707) 644-8909 for an appointment or click below to request help online. Food distribution is subject to availability.
CalFresh is a nutrition program that helps low-income individuals and families put healthy and nutritious
food on the table.
Those who meet federal income eligibility rules are issued an EBT card that works like a debit card that can be used at most grocery stores and many farmers markets.
Catholic Charities can help you expedite the application process or get re-certified for CalFresh.
Our Nutrition Education program, also known as, CalFresh Healthy Living (SNAP-Ed), offers you strategies for accessing and cooking healthy meals on a budget through nutrition education activities and SNAP assistance.
We provide basic nutrition classes and cooking demos with recipes you can prepare easily at home while also building partnerships in the community to make healthy choices, easy choices.
Call 1-855-309-3663 for more information on food pantries and eligibility.
through our food pantry and
food assistance programs
distributed to individuals and families in Yolo-Solano counties
enrolled in CalFresh providing money to buy food each month
CONTACT our food team!
CalFresh Outreach Specialist
Recently a lady came in to donate food. Before she left, she stopped to tell me that she used to receive help from Catholic Charities. She was just trying to pay it forward. And she did it with a big smile on her face.