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Flagstaff Family Food Center

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Education & Literacy
  • Hunger


3805 E Huntington DrFlagstaff, AZ 86001 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The mission statement of the Flagstaff Family Food Center is "Neighbors Serving Neighbors, Every Day." It is with the help of volunteers like you and your fellow neighbors that we can continue our work of providing healthy meals to families in Flagstaff.


The Flagstaff Family Food Center has two locations: the Food Bank and Kitchen. The Food Bank provides food boxes to families and also partners with local agencies to provide food and other resources for their clients. The Kitchen provides a hot meal and brown bag lunches to our community every day of the year! The Kitchen is also where we provide a safe place for children to connect with volunteers and find a love of reading in the Paul Sweitzer Reading Room.

If you would like to volunteer at our Food Bank, Kitchen, or Reading Room, please contact us by email at or by phone at (928) 526-2211.

Flagstaff Family Food Center Impact in a Year (2020):

  • 189,053 hot meals served.
  • 108,238 lunches distributed to the community.
  • 56,662 family food boxes distributed (EFB program).
  • 10,104 households (39,334 people) served through mobile distributions.
  • 772,945 pounds of food provided to local nonprofit organizations.


Would you recommend Flagstaff Family Food Center?
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by Donna C. (August 18, 2010)
There is a wonderful staff to work with here. No matter what the job., preping food, setting up the dining room, cleaning up indoors or outside, the time flies by. I always feel appreciated for any job I can help with. They serve a hot meal EVERY night of the year and there is always extra loaves of bread ( and usually other groceries ) to take home for free. It sure helps the homeless and needy people in this area.

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