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Get Food

“Nobody can help everybody, but everybody can help somebody.” — Denver Moore

We're here to serve you.

The Marysville Community Food Bank exists as a service to the community and the only qualification for food is that you have a need for food based on your own judgment and that you reside in the zip codes 98270, 98271 or 98259.*


And remember, you don’t have to be “poor” to use the Food Bank. We're here to give you a hand up. If we can help you keep your car or pay the utilities by supplying you with food, let us do that!

*If you don't live within those zip codes, there is most likely a Food Bank closer to you. Please learn about other Snohomish County food banks here.

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Special Holiday Distribution Hours


Friday, Dec 16: 9am - Noon

Monday, Dec 19: 9am - Noon

Tuesday, Dec 20: 3pm - 6pm

* Due to a turkey shortage, we may not have enough turkeys for everyone. We will have plenty of chicken, game hens, and other options.

What to expect when you visit.

COVID-19: We are continuing to provide food through a drive-thru format until further notice.

When you drive up to the Food Bank, please follow the signs and the directions provided by the volunteers. You will be asked to check in. Please present your Food Bank card or Client ID number (ask to have one provided if you have not already received one). Once positioned in front of the food bank, a volunteer will roll out a shopping cart of food. You will be asked to load the food into your vehicle yourself. This is your opportunity to leave in the shopping cart any food that you do not wish to take. Diapers and pet food are often available. Ask if you have a need for these items or any special dietary foods.

Regular Food Distribution Hours

Distribution hours are for all clients, with no restrictions, unless marked otherwise.


9:00 am - 11:00 am

*For seniors 62+ and disabled clients only


3:00 pm - 6:00 pm


9:00 am - 11:00 am


If you have any other questions, contact us using the information at the bottom of the page.

How do I know if I qualify for food?

The only qualification for food is that you have a need for food based on your own judgment and that you reside in the zip codes 98270, 98271 or 98259. 

If you have an immediate need and your local food bank (check here) is not available to serve you, we are here to help!

I don't have a car. Can I still get food?

Yes, but your options are currently limited. Community Transit bus routes 201, 202 & 222 stop near the intersection of State Ave & 88th St NE. It is a short walk to the food bank from the bus stop. Our shuttle service providing transportation home with groceries will return in the future.


If you are currently experiencing a food emergency and you do not have transportation, please contact the Food Bank.

Why is this service ZIP code specific?

There are 19 Snohomish County Food Bank Coalition food banks that all work with their local communities to serve their residents.


Please utilize the food bank in your area that is there to serve you.

How often can I come to get food?

Clients may visit the Food Bank once a week for complete service. Check out other free meal opportunities every week Sunday - Friday on our resources page, here.

Where do I sign up to get food?

Are gluten or dairy-free options available?

Special dietary foods are often available. Ask a volunteer if foods meeting your need is available.

Does the Food Bank provide other items?

The Food Bank often has dog and cat food available. And, we often have baby and adult diapers as well as personal hygiene items. Please ask a volunteer if you have a need.

Do I have to wear a mask?

We are currently serving people outside where mask wearing is optional.

Can I pick up food for another family?

Yes. If you have permission to pickup food for another family, please bring their Food Bank card for scanning. Please have the family in need contact the Food Bank if this doesn't work for them.