Food Assistance

Free Food Market is a partnership between the CISFS and the Oregon Food Bank that brings FREE fresh fruits, vegetables, and dry goods to PSU students and the greater PSU community. This partnership is an effort to increase student access to healthy food options and to reduce student food insecurity.

PSU Student Food Pantry located in Room 047A of Smith Memorial Student Union. Any PSU student is welcome regardless of need.  Students can access five non-perishable items, five refrigerated items, and as much non-refrigerated perishables as they need each day.  Please consider volunteering! Must show current PSU ID. For inquiries, please email pantryoutreach@pdx.edu.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligibility determination and enrollment assistance. SNAP is more commonly known as food stamps. 

Oregon Food Bank Food Finder- Enter your zip code and find food resources and their bus routes.

Multnomah County Child Hunger Coalition has released an interactive map of food access-related resources. It includes free food resources, community gardens, DHS/SNAP offices, WIC clinics, and farmers markets. Trimet's bus and Max lines are also highlighted on the map.

City of Portland provides a comprehensive list of hunger/food security resources on their website.  Select, view the list, to learn more.

www.211.org for food resources per your city, zip code, counts

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for women, infants and children designed to improve health outcomes and influenceiunfluence lifetime nutrition and health behaviorsbeahviors in targeted, at-risk populations.

Finding Halal food: Zabihah, or search for halal food using Yelp