We try to research and add new resources below as we find them.

There are two other extensive lists for COVID-19 resources


Community Resource PDF 

Beaverton Resources

Food Assistance is the new Oregon DHS website for resources to fight food insecurity. It includes searchable maps for meal sites for all children, as well as nearby food pantry locations.

Oregon Food Bank is here to help you and your family. You may be eligible for food assistance programs like SNAP (sometimes called food stamps) and the school meal program for your kids. Additionally, pantries and food assistance sites remain open across the state. LEARN MORE


Meals on Wheels (503) 952-8111 or email the manager:  

Languages spoken: Spanish, Korean, and English LEARN MORE

Portland Public Schools is providing assistance with breakfast and lunch. LEARN MORE

​Sunshine Food Pantry: 13600 SW Allen Blvd, Beaverton 

Open Monday through Friday, 11:00-2:00

  • When you arrive at the pantry, please wait outside our door on Wilson Avenue and call Jared Mannis at (503) 841-9418

  • You will sign in, inform us of your dietary needs and restrictions, and we will make a food box for you while you wait

  • Please remain 10 feet back from any personnel delivering food boxes outside to the table.

  • You can either bring bags to take home your food or you can use the box we provide for your convenience.

  • Due to high call volume, do NOT call us until you have arrived at our facility.


If you can volunteer to help, or would like to donate food or money, please call: (503) 841-9148



Beaverton School District Nutrition Services Beginning Monday, June 15th, Raleigh Hills K-8 will no longer be a site for school meals. You can still get meals through the summer at McKay, Vose, Beaverton High School or any of the locations listed below.
















Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon (503) 595-5501

This organization's website has helpful information about SNAP, WIC, school meals, food pantries, Meals-on-Wheels, information for college students, and lots of other resources. LEARN MORE


Lionheart Coffee in Beaverton (two locations) are offering free lunches until they run out. They are in need of lunchbox friendly packs of fruits and veggies (cuties, oranges, apples, individually packaged carrots and veggies, etc) and will post updates on this daily to their Facebook page


Open everyday, 7am-2pm

11421 SW Scholls Ferry Road

4590 SW Watson Avenue


Sonrise Church: 6701 NE Campus Way, Hillsboro

Free bags of groceries and prepared meals, everyone is welcome, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00-3:00, east entrance of main lobby LEARN MORE

Oregon Department of Human Services: (503) 646-9952


Food/Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) LEARN MORE 

1-855-626-2050 (toll-free), Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm

  • SNAP benefits can be used to buy food

  • People with low incomes are eligible

  • Access SNAP benefits on an Oregon Trail card that can be used like a debit card

Cash Assistance - LEARN MORE

Cash benefits are available through

  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) - for pregnant women and families with low income

  • Refugee Program – for individuals who have a qualifying refugee status. Individuals are eligible for benefits for up to eight months after their qualifying refugee status was granted

Child Care/Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) LEARN MORE

  • Helps low-income working families pay for childcare

  • Increased income limits and $0 copay amounts during state of emergency

  • ERDC can pay for registration fees

Food & Utility Assistance

Care to Share

Care to Share can help with food and utilities. They can help those who live in the following zip codes/Care to Share ZIP: 97003, 97005, 97006, 97007, 97008, 97078, 97123, 97124, 97223, 97225, and 97229.

Food: 503-591-9025
Utilities: 503-726-0407

Care to Share is made of a group of churches who feed those who are hungry. They have Spanish and English speakers.

Emergency Aid

Jewish Family & Children's Services Emergency Aid Program helps ensure that individuals and families experiencing difficulties in their lives receive services and have access to resources to meet their basic needs and improve their quality of life. Their mission is to address the needs of those in our Jewish community and beyond, to help foster a sense of independence and stability and to provide person-centered trauma informed compassion and care to all those we serve.



For emotional support

Oregon Senior Loneliness Line, for support and connection, open 24/7: (503) 200-1633

Pet Resources

Financial assistance for pet owners.  Please keep in mind that each organization is independent and has their own set of rules and guidelines. You will have to investigate each one separately to determine if you qualify for assistance LEARN MORE


Pet Food Bank

8855 SW Canyon Lane, Portland

Monday through Saturday, 8:00am-8:00pm/Lunes-Sabado, 8:00am-8:00pm

Please only take what you need and donate what you can./


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