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Family Centers of Allegheny County

There are 27 Family Centers conveniently located throughout the county. Some offer food pantry and baby formula.

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Child and Adult Food Care Program

Offers meals and snacks to eligible kids and adults at child care centers, adult daycare and after-school programs.

Call 412-745-6508
Send an email

National School Lunch Program (NSLP)

A federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential childcare institutions providing low-cost or free lunches to children each school day.

Learn more or find a COMPASS Community Partner to assist you.

The Squirrel Hill Community Pantry can meet your kosher food needs.

Call 412-421-2708

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Older Adults

Farmers Market Vouchers – $50 vouchers to use at local farmers markets. You must:

  • be an Allegheny County resident
  • meet income guidelines (1-person household and get less than $26,973 per year or 2-person household and get less than $36,482 per year)
  • not be in an assisted living facility

Update: Voucher supply is running low.  The Area Agency on Aging has moved to a wait list on a first-come,  first-served basis which will include a mail in application process for any seniors who have not already received their vouchers.  Applications can be found here and are also available at your local senior center or by calling the SeniorLine at 412-350-5460.

Get meals delivered to your home

Call 412-350-5460

Senior Box Program – Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

Call: 412-460-FOOD, ext. 268
Have lunch at a Senior Center near you.

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