On a tight budget?
Do you worry about having enough food to feed your family?
The Auburn Food Closet Can Help
How we help…
The Auburn Interfaith Food Closet serves individuals and families living in Central Placer County, from Loomis to Emigrant Gap and Lake of the Pines to Foresthill.
We provide enough groceries to make 12 meals for each member of the household. Guests may visit the Food Closet once every month (30 days). Our Home Delivery Program delivers groceries once a month to low income homebound seniors. We give out nutritious food, guided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Choose My Plate guidelines, including Protein, Dairy, Fruit, Vegetables and Grains. Foods are tailored to meet the needs of the homeless.
AIFC participates in The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), a federal program that helps supplement the diets of low-income Americans, including elderly people, by providing them with emergency food assistance at no cost. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
How to get started
Come and visit us at the Food Closet. If you need someone to pick up groceries for you, please give them a signed “Alternative Pickup Request” authorization form each time (forms are below).
ZIP Codes Served
95602, 95603, 95604, 95701, 95703, 95713, 95714, 95715, 95717, 95722, 95736, 95631, 95650, 95658, 95663
Forms & Resources
Guest Registration* Form
guest Registration* form (Spanish)
new guest brochure
alternative pickup request form
alternative pickup request form (spanish)
AIFC healthy recipes
food safety information
*If you print a form, please complete and bring to AIFC when you come for service.
Helpful links to online resources
Food Safety Information
The best way to store, prepare, and consume foods when it comes to dates
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