Lacey’s Food Pantry expanding service hours!

IMPORTANT SERVICE CHANGE! Lacey’s Food Pantry is expanding it’s food distribution/client services hours! These are permanent changes and only apply to our Lacey’s Food Pantry at 7027 Martin Way E, Olympia, WA 98516:

Starting on June 21, Tuesday and Thursday service is extended, running from 10:00 am–2:00 pm.
Starting on July 13, food distribution will be offered every 2nd Wednesday of the month, from 4:00–6:00 pm.

We’ll be looking for volunteers to cover these shifts — more soon!

June 2022 Locations and Schedule

Questions? Call 360.352.8597

The June Schedule has been added to the Locations and Schedule page (under the Distribution Hours and Locations menu)

Olympia’s Food Pantry
INSIDE SHOPPING
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
220 Thurston Ave
Olympia 98501

Mon, Wed, Fri
11am–3pm,
Lacey’s Food Pantry
INSIDE SHOPPING

Tuesdays and Thursdays
7027 Martin Way E
Olympia 98516

Tue and Thurs
10am–1pm*
*Open until 2pm starting June 21st!!

Lacey Farm Stand open June 4, 11 & 25 from 11am–1pm!!
Mountain View Church
DRIVE-UP and
WALK-UP

2nd and 4th Thursday of every month
940 Israel Rd SW
Tumwater 98501

June 9 & 23
10am–1pm

Two visits per week per household (one FULL, one SUPPLEMENTAL)

Full visit = shelf-stable items, protein, produce, pastry, dairy, and Starbucks items when available.
Supplemental visit 
= bread, pastry, produce, and Starbucks items when available.

See the other services we offer when you visit our Food Pantries

Long Time Director to Leave Thurston County Food Bank

After 18 years leading the Thurston County Food Bank (TCFB), Executive Director Robert Coit is leaving to begin new adventures.

TCFB President Bruce Wollstein noted: “Robert has done a tremendous job of growing the organization from a basic food pantry model to a multicounty resource distribution network that serves families, children and individuals throughout the greater Thurston, Mason and Lewis County areas. I can’t overstate what a great job Robert has done in securing funding, staffing and resources to help residents meet their basic needs for food and much more.” Bruce, speaking on behalf of the Board of Directors, thanked Robert for his 18 years of dedicated service to the TCFB and the citizens of the region.

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IN-PERSON SHOPPING RETURNS DOWNTOWN APRIL 25th!

On Monday, April 25th, the downtown branch of the Food Bank (“Olympia’s Food Pantry”) will be returning to our in-person shopping model!

• Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
• 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia
• Limited free parking in designated locations will be available!
• We will continue to offer drive-through service at our pop-up food banks located in Tumwater.

Questions? Concerns? Please direct them to a Client Services staff member, or give us a call at (360)352-8597 ext 212. Thank you for your patience during this transition!

Working to end hunger in our community