Food Bank

The FCCAA Food Bank is Fayette County’s designated warehouse for the collection and storage of food for individuals in need of food assistance. Each year, the Food Bank collects and distributes over 2 million pounds of food to approximately 10,000 individuals. The food is distributed through a network of volunteer food pantries, congregate feeding sites, and soup kitchens. Through the network of area agencies and food pantries, the FCCAA Food Bank continues its mission of providing proper food and nourishment to the community.

Food Bank programs include emergency food assistance for anyone who is in need, the PA Senior Food Box Program for seniors, and the Weekend Snack Pack Program, which provides children with a backpack filled with food to help fill a nutritional void.

 

Hours & Location

40 Legion Street

Republic, PA 15401

Questions?

724-580-7001

Staff Directory
  • Completion of TEFAP Self Declaration of Need Form
  • Income guidelines based on 150% of the poverty level
  • No proof of income or address required

Call 724-580-7001.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the PA Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) fund the FCCAA Food Bank. Read the USDA Nondiscrimination statement.

Getting Involved

We are always seeking individuals who are interested in volunteering their time to serve the Fayette County area. There are volunteer opportunities to fit your schedule and interests.