Skagit Valley Neighbors In Need has been open since 1972 and has continuously served Skagit Valley ever since. We are the second largest food bank in the region, serving over 2,000 households a month.

Last year, we distributed over 1,360,000 lbs of food. We did this through our various services such as our regular Distribution Days, Mobile Food program, Backpack programs and our support of our local mental health units and other local organizations. This saves a total of over 2 million dollars for those we serve, which these families can now spend on their needs and supporting our economy.

How We Are Able To Do This

As a non-profit organization, we work closely with our food providers and with community outreach to provide our outstanding services. Because of the generous support we receive from our community, we are able to supply Skagit Valley’s families with the help they need. We serve as a beacon of hope to many families, and we are happy to be able to be here for them. With the increased cost of living and goods, we all need a little hope to hold onto. 

We partner with NorthWest Harvest and Food Lifeline to help feed Skagit County. We also receive food donations from local grocery stores as well as financial donations from private donors and charity drives. Without these people, we would not be here to help provide the services which we do. We are forever grateful!

We also partner with the Diaper Bank of Skagit County through United Way to provide diapers and wipes to those who need them.